$195 with free shipping to lower 48 states. Bracket provides approximately 7" drop and moves the front axle approximately 3 inches forward. Its made from a steel (alloy?) and is 1/2 thick. Outer dimensions are approximately 10" tall by 6.5" wide, each spring shelf is 4+" deep and the bracket weighs 12 lbs. Bolt holes are 1/2".
VERY NICE Frank.
Hank in Tin-A-See
Any better pictures perhaps one on a car? Sorry, I am still very green when it comes to model Tís. Sounds like a part I am looking for on my speedster build
I used a bracket similar to this on my speedster. This style is one of the simplest ways to drop you frame a considerable distance. While these may not be the exact bracket they are similar to give you an idea.
Thank you sharing this with us. And what are you using to drop the rear end? Any pictures?
That #48 is just stunning.
I like speedsters but have never really wanted one. But that one...wow...that could change a guy's mind.
I'm with Don, #48 nails the look perfectly.
Thank you all for adding the pictures... sale pending
Sold to Bryan O