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    Who makes Super Duty swap brackets for a jeep, tj lj xj

    I know of Artec and TNT. Anyone else out there makes truss/brackets to swap a super duty D60 into an xj? I want the brackets to be in the same place as a stock D30. Thanks.
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    Barnes? Solid?
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    Ruff Stuff has always been my Go-to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vb View Post
    Barnes? Solid?
    I didnt know solid made brackets. I thought they were prefabbed axles, knuckles and diffs only. Thanks man

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    Quote Originally Posted by WARDOG View Post
    Ruff Stuff has always been my Go-to.
    Mine too but theres seems to be a shortage of people making front upper axle side mounts for tj/xj. Ruff stuff being one of those. Factory/bushing style.

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    I was guessing, did solid have some brackets?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vb View Post
    I was guessing, did solid have some brackets?
    Haha it was a good guess. They have LCA brackets for super cheap. No uppers though.

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    Part way there. Glad it worked

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    ended up just using a 4x6x1/4 tube, and some old DOM and heims I had laying around. cost me about $50

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