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May 27, 2019, 07:22:13 AM
News: 2019 Silver State '300'! May 2-5

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Hey guys, I know this should probably be in a different area but this area gets checked the most often.


Are any of you interested in very high quality hardware for your suspension pivot points and shock bolts?

It is a bit pricey compared the the "Home Deopt" grade 8, but they are manufactured right here in the good 'ol USA and about 20-30% stronger than a F9-11 bolt, and up to 45% stronger than grade 8.

No more cutting threads down to get the proper shank length without a bolt that has 2" of thread showing.

I will have a "kit" for a complete TL available soon so you can swap all of your important stuff at once, or buy a-la-carte if you wish.

You can email me if interested - Louis@trophylite.com



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This is a great idea Louis. We all know how frustrating it can be tracking down properly shanked bolts then cutting threads down for proper fit. If you put a dollar sign on your time it is probably cheaper than home depot Grade 8.
   

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This is a great idea Louis. We all know how frustrating it can be tracking down properly shanked bolts then cutting threads down for proper fit. If you put a dollar sign on your time it is probably cheaper than home depot Grade 8.

Precisely.

I'm about a day away from having pricing done with including nyloc's and washers.



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Sounds like a plan. I have spent more time than $$ shopping for these, most importantly the upper front shock brace bolts that require cutting them down.


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Sounds like a plan. I have spent more time than $$ shopping for these, most importantly the upper front shock brace bolts that require cutting them down.

These are on my list for the full kit as well.

I will be test fitting the entire truck in the next week (picking up the 6061 kit today).


You will be able to buy 1 bolt, or the whole kit in the next few weeks. I know they are expensive to chew on as a complete truck, but you can bite off as much as you would like or see fit budget permitting.


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Ok guys, hold on to your hats.

Yes, expensive. No, not going to hurt my feelings if you don't want to run them!

Take a look, if you would like to purchase them let me know. I will take 10% off all TL family orders for the rest of April. You can also buy certain area's one by one. I recommend the front pivot bolts (a-arm and spindle) if you are on the fence.


Just like Snap-On tools, there is a difference between these bad boys and the Harbor Freight quality stuff you find at O.S.H. / Home Depot etc.... They even put F9-11 bolts to shame for strength and tolerances.




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