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Old 02-24-2017, 12:26 PM   #1
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Default Is your tunnel brace mounted TA holding up well ?

Thought I would post up in here since this is where all the aftermarket diffs get posted. Has the factory tunnel brace mounts held up ok for you with an aftermarket TA?
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I dont really understand this question
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You have a trans mount location for long TA's. You have a tunnel mount location for short TA's . The oem tunnel mount was originally designed for a factory frame cross brace. You unbolt the cross brace and use the existing 4 holes to mount a TA brace. But some have reported that area is weak since it was not originally designed for a TA load and the factory welds have failed. I used that style mount for 2 years without any problems. Was curious if anyone else had failures or success.
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Gotcha, yeah mine is holding up good, and all the stock suspension (location) guys running pretty fast (faster then me) are using that location as well. I wouldnt worry about it.
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Tunnel mount torque arm mounting bracket busted.

Could have been a junky factory weld. Seems rare.
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It's like anything else,**** happens. We just hope it doesn't happen to us,hehehehe
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The body mounting area on my car are twisted to ****. Other than that no issues.
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Mines holding up, but I did also weld in the seams around them for added rigidity
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