For right now they're ready to go, all you need is 2 bolts for each side to mount to the frame.
All brackets are CNC cut to match the PA lift brackets almost to the hundreth of an inch. They're out of 1/4in plate steel and provide much more strength and durability over the PA brackets. They also push the bumper about 1/16 of an inch more forward than the PA brackets, which means little to no trimming you would have had to do with the PA brackets (to the valence). They won't bend like the PA brackets will since they're thicker and are much easier to paint and keep painted since they're not galvanized. Don't believe me? PM FX4WannaBe01, he's running my brackets on his truck.
Sets will sell for $35 shipped without bolts welded to the brackets and $40 shipped for the bolts welded to the brackets.
Also have 2 sets of 3/8in plate cut for the 28 spline 8.8 axle and 2 sets cut for the 31 spline axle. These are the axle brackets for the traction bar setup I now run on my truck. These are also CNC cut and right on spec.
$35 shipped for a pair of axle brackets. If seriously interested, I'll fab the upper mount for an added price.
Other items I've made:
3 - Large ball bearing shift knobs for Hurst owners (3/8NC16 threads) - $25 each
One more thing, I have 4 slide in receiver shackle for front or rear hitches. They look like this:
2 of them have a 7/8in hole for a 3/4in d-ring
1 of them have a 1in hole for a 7/8in d-ring (d-ring on it ready to go)
1 of them has a 1-3/16in hole for a 1in shackle
$60 shipped for the 1-3/16" pin shackles like mine
$50 shipped for 1" pin shackles like the black one in the pic
$40 shipped for the 7/8" pin shackles
All will include the d-ring.
Members with these:
If you're running my brackets, chime in please. I've sold them to quite a few members, and I'd like some feedback on them! Thanks.
Members that I know of runnin' 'em:
Pedro (I think)