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Old 03-04-2005, 05:42 PM   #1
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I finally have some extra money now and am looking to do a few things. I took off my tunnel brace a long time ago and am thinking that i need to go ahead and replace it now. What i am wondering is are there any parts that replace the tunnel brace and also serve other functions. Like is there a driveshaft safety loop that also acts as a tunnel brace and bolts onto the safe place. Or is there a new torque are that does the same thing. And if there is what is a good place to get them from.
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Old 03-04-2005, 05:59 PM   #2
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spohn has one that does it all. no personal experience with it just know of it.. ds loop reinforced and torque arm relocation/torque arm ...sponsors list on the side will help ya find it
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Old 03-04-2005, 06:00 PM   #3
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Lakewood driveshaft safety loop, fits up tightest of
any of them and bolts right on. I think I got mine
from Jeg's but probably can find a sponsor selling
them for similar price. Torque arms all want to be
well forward of that spot, even the shorties. But a
trans crossmember / TA mount relocation piece
is my latest purchase, as it happens.

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I finally have some extra money now and am looking to do a few things. I took off my tunnel brace a long time ago and am thinking that i need to go ahead and replace it now. What i am wondering is are there any parts that replace the tunnel brace and also serve other functions. Like is there a driveshaft safety loop that also acts as a tunnel brace and bolts onto the safe place. Or is there a new torque are that does the same thing. And if there is what is a good place to get them from.
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Cool, I found it. Thank you for the help. This will definately be the one that i get.
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Lakewood driveshaft safety loop, fits up tightest of
any of them and bolts right on.
I'll second that. Lakewood p/n 18022 - its not fancy (zinc plated), but its cheap and it provides as much clearance as you're gonna find. Great for duals too.
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