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Old 05-26-2016, 09:39 AM
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Jay,

Thanks for your time and information.It looks like it will work for my application.I'm still in the building process with my car.So when the time comes,I'm seriously considering your kit.Very nice design.

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Jay,

Thanks for your time and information.It looks like it will work for my application.I'm still in the building process with my car.So when the time comes,I'm seriously considering your kit.Very nice design.

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Sounds good Mike, thank you.
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I do want thank Jay for the great customer service and getting the parts around to me in time for the Midwest Musclecar Challenge. Very pleased so far with this kit! As Jay noted, I had consistent brake pedal feel throughout the day. No pad knockback detected.
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I do want thank Jay for the great customer service and getting the parts around to me in time for the Midwest Musclecar Challenge. Very pleased so far with this kit! As Jay noted, I had consistent brake pedal feel throughout the day. No pad knockback detected.
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Very happy to have been able to help. Thank you for the kind words and your support!

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Do you have any pics of the completed install on the car?
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Do you have any pics of the completed install on the car?
Hi Steve,

I will have some soon and will post up a few. Anything in particular you are looking for?

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please let me know when ready for sale?
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please let me know when ready for sale?
Next batch is heading to zinc/anodize this Thursday. Will have multiple sets in stock and ready to ship next Thursday.

Please note, axles take approx. 3 weeks from the time that your order is placed (you will need to also provide necessary measurements to confirm correct axle lengths).

Let me know if you need any other details.

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Jay,

When installing the system on the backing plate.Are you cutting the axle tube flush with the flange and what size are those bolts?

Mike,
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When installing the system on the backing plate.Are you cutting the axle tube flush with the flange and what size are those bolts?

Mike,
Hi Mike,

Hope this helps. I have pictured below the required prep and can be done with basic hand tools, obviously you can utilize many different power tools to accomplish the same thing in a matter of minutes. For purposes of illustration I prepared my end in a vise, however this work can be done exactly the same while installed under your car.Oh, the adaptor bolts, or optional ARP studs are 3/8"....


With your existing axles & brakes removed......

Place a rag or similar inside the axle tube to keep debris from entering while performing the prep work



Cut excess axle tube at edge of factory parking brake dust shield register



Tube end removed. The remaining factory dust shield register will now locate the C6/C7 Adaptor centric to the diff/axle tube



Clean up cut with file



Chuck up the included step-bit into your powered or cordless drill



A few squirts of WD-40 at each of the (4) holes



With included step bit, proceed to drill out each existing 3/8" hole to 1/2". These are now ready to accept the 1/2" bosses that protrude from the C6/C7 Adaptor that help locate/strengthen the system



That's it, you are now ready to install your kit!


Let me know if you have any other questions.

Jay

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