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Old 10-22-2002, 09:32 AM
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Hey Wally , I sell all that stuff too. I have seen the banks brake crack the housing ! It is common !! I would use the BD brake . It's cheaper and dosen't crack !

I have done many of the 4 stage chevy chips too . Those things wake that that sleeping dog up don't they !!! My last 2 customers won't use anymore then stage 2 . When I took them out for a ride it scared them to death ! DO NOT TOW IN THE HIGHER LEVELS ! Enjoy !
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Gottahaveit is right on. The 2500, AV 1500, AV 2500, and all 'burbs; share the same chassis. This is the chassis without the room for the Allison or the ZF 6spd. These two trannys are mandatory for the torque of the Duramax.

The 2500HD and 3500 have a little bit higher stance, body lift, frame difference, whatever, it allows for the big trannys.
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boot, he was told not to tow in anythng higher then level 2 also.

The guy he bought it from around here has a crewcab dually 4x4 fully loaded and that beast pulls high 14's in the quarter totaly bone stock other then the chip!!!


I will pass the info along about the Banks Brake...thanks!
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Oh and boot, what houseing are you talking about? The brake houseing itself? Or the exhaust part it attaches to? Just wondering...and whats the difference between the two that the BD doesnt crack? Thanks again
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Wally, The add on peice is brakeing . they made it longer then others "claiming" more power ........ I don't see how . And you sure can't tell ! The BD brake is a very short peice that adds on and I have had no problems with them . Also it pisses me off that Banks makes you BUY the instalation hardware seperate !!! It's only $15 but thats just stupid . SOME companies like to sell you things you realy don't need and tell you you do . I won't name any names ! Most companies have at least ONE good product and LOTS of other crap to fill their catalog ! Thats why I sell them all .So I can pick and choose the better parts for my customers . Hope this helps . Let me know if I can do more . JOE

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