When I get back in two weeks, BCC will have the psc assist and the poly ball joints done, so we will need to check that out.
Brett, they are the aluminum skids. It looks to me like rror uses too sharp a die to break the flat stock, so between the few hard knocks, and constant heat/cool and vibration from the x over pipe, it simply failed. Seriously Amateur. Looks like Rock Hard or custom steel would have been better.
I didn't do the initial install, but I took them iff and reinstalled them.
The rror system fails three ways;
1) The bolted connections in the frame rails are near impossible to tighten/loosen. Thankfully I know a good fabber-welder who tig welded some tabs on the nuts so I just need to get them started, then use power tool to torque.
2) the rear mounting tab for the gas tank skid was at least an inch short. The supplied bolt hung it ok, but again... Welder nephews are good to have.
3) rror used stainless bolts. We reinstalled new stainless ones with light coating of never sieze. Those bastards were pretty well welded in there.
Last edited by coilrod; 01-23-2012 at 09:26 PM.
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