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Unread 04-01-2010, 06:14 AM   #1
brunolinski
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help with tranny torque arm

I removed my BA10 and installed an AX15. I am using the Advanced Adapters conversion plate so that I can use my BA10 skid plate. Everything is installed and I have driven it for a few hundred miles with no problems. However, the torque arm is not installed at all. I want to install it and I have acquired all the little pieces that make up the arm (mine was not there when I bought it), but as you can see in the pic, there is nothing for the top end of the torque arm to bolt through. I have seen pics that show a short bar, bolted to the tranny that the upper end of the torque arm should go through.

Anybody have a pic of your Advanced Adapter set up with the torque arm in place? If so PLEASE upload it.

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B

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Unread 04-01-2010, 10:23 AM   #2
moonshinefuel
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Are you supposed to use factory torque arm bracket along with the AA adapter plate? Because that's what it kind of lloks like. But I am using a blackberry. So the pic looks small from here.
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