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    Rear coil brace fun to begin !!!

    Hi all well I got my camper on and now its coming off !!
    I am going to fit some Boss air bags . BUT I need to fit some rear coil tower brace !
    So I think I will make my own . It looks like I will remove the tray and go from there . Has any body got some pictures of the said brace installed . What bit do I nee d to reinforce ?
    I hope to go full air bags no springs . As I would like to drop the axel onto the stops To help me load the tray ( I am a bit of a short ass and getting a bit old ) Thanks to all . this Nissan is keeping me amused getting things just right ......

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    Rear coil brace fun to begin !!!

    An old pic below mate of my utes Superior brace I scored second hand for $100.
    (Electro gold plated in photo, disregard other rusty steel)
    Firestone bellows & Koni 90 series shocks for it’s extra cab stretch overhang weight and full lower down to extended bumpstops removable trays ability too.



    https://www.superiorengineering.com....=tower%20brace

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    Keep within your GVM/GCM and or Coin Engineer Certifications Above & Beyonder if Needed !



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    Last edited by MB; 15th March 2019 at 11:47 PM.

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