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Well here at Ballistic we are getting a new shop, a new engineer and some top secret tools for higher production and lower costs. I have been on this board for a while and have not really pushed our product here just because over the last year we have been really building inventory and variety. We feel it's now time to let you guys in on a TTORA dicount of 10% on all product except rod ends (they are already backbreakingly low ). I hope you guys take advantage of this opportunity because we have ALOT of taco product in final testing stages with the help of our new engineer. Here's a few samples to give you an idea of what we do if you don't already know. Thanks and feel free to give us a call and mention the 10% TTORA discount. -Jeff
















And of course the t-case E-brake for Tacos that is at the end of it's development phase.


+ TONS of sizes in stainess spacers including high misalignment and even more sizes in tube adapters & QA1 rod ends.

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Nice cad pic's, are the top three a high tech fishing pole holder?
Give us info of each drawing and whats its purpose, please... the last on is a no brainer.
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LOL... I'll have to put that on the spec page as it's dual purpose ... Each has it's own description on our brackets page with real images of most of them in use.

1), 2) @ 3) are a 4-link upper mount for a 1.750" OD tube x-member

4) is a 3-link upper link tower

5) A dual link mount for sitting on the side of your frame (for 3- links and wish-bone setups)

6) flat bottom radius mount (designed for ALTroach originally)

7) Medieval torture device (refer to e-brake thread )

This is really ony a sample of what on the page and ready to be put on the page... Thanks -Jeff

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7) Medieval torture device
Now I understand, I love medieval stuff... Thanks for clearing up what the hell I was looking at.
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did you jsut become or change your screen name to Drvic@ballisticfab? i swear it was drvic before, unless thats someone else

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About 1 minute ago... And Gold

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Nice site and items you make. Do you use a deburing / tumbling machine to knock off the slag from the plasma cutter or is all by hand?

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There is no slag when it cuts, we use an inline refrigerated desicator (sp?) / filter that gives us nice clean air. Any slag that does happen to come up on a tight radius or something you can just pick it of with your fingernail or just drop it and it falls off.

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Can you put together a quote for my on a panhard kit for my front axle, the tube, tube inserts, heims, axle bracket, and frame bracket? Oh . . . and the e-brake, when you get around to it.


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Sure, but to get a better idea of what you need give me a call, I have a few questions to ask you. -Jeff 520-661-1529

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You really build some amazing stuff! I cant wait for the T-case E-brake to be done! Then I can upgrade my rear brakes to a full floater w/discs using the FROR kit, should be fun! Keep up the great work!

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You really build some amazing stuff! I cant wait for the T-case E-brake to be done! Then I can upgrade my rear brakes to a full floater w/discs using the FROR kit, should be fun! Keep up the great work!
If you use the FROR FF kit with supra calipers you don't need a t-case e-brake.

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If you use the FROR FF kit with supra calipers you don't need a t-case e-brake.

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From what I've heard the parking brake on the supra calipers is about as lame as the factory parking brake is, I'd like to have rear discs and a parking brake that is usefull off road.

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If you use the FROR FF kit with supra calipers you don't need a t-case e-brake.

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Another problem with the supra brakes is that they are getting harder to find!


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Jeff - PM me a number I can reach you at..I would like to talk to you more about the brackets.

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