New product line - CPT

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  1. Jeff Ismail

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    IH Parts America is proud to announce a new name to our hardcore fabrication parts line. CPT - Crawler Proven Technology. For the highest quality ubolt plates, spring perchs, reverse shackle kits, shock mounts, swaybar kits and other fabrication components visit our online store today. Buy just about all the parts you need in order to perform your own spring over axle conversion.
     
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    Is there the potential to expand the CPT line to Fullsize trucks/Travelalls? I've considered putting a rear Sway Bar kit on my 1200, and would find it easier to put a 'prefabricated' kit on vs. trying to design my own....

    Tim
     
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    It is the future plans under the CPT name to offer a bolt in lift kit for the 69'-75' pickups and Travelalls. With a little homework I'm sure I can come up with a rear swaybar setup that would be similiar to the one I offer for rear Scout II's. I have acquired a 1970 1200 4x4 Travelall that intends to be my new towrig. I plan on doing a lot of the fullsize designing/testing on this rig.
     
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    Cool! How 'bout the '68 and earlier C series setups? My '68 1200C 4x4 is an oddball (vs. Stock) :D .

    Tim
     
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    Now that I'm kinda back on the BB after a hiatus, I find the Ismail clan is now workin' with the rest of us "great unwashed" bubbas and bubettes in real time!!!

    What a deal!

    Jeff, I need that beatertruck lift kit NOW!!! I expect to bring one home with me on Sunday the 17th after harrassing you and Mike all weekend!

    Tim ain't worthy yet...he ain't got no MOTOR!!
     
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    Take a look at the rear anti-sway bar from the early 'D' trucks. It shouldn't be difficult to make the mods necessary to retro fit the item to the 'C' axle.
    Sez me who has had the pieces in the garage for over 5 years now and hasn't done the work! Maybe next year??
    Bil Bennett 68 Travelall 1100 4X4
     
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    How soon can we expect these to be available? You can expect my order the instant you have some for sale! :D
     
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    Well, everytime I think I'm getting closer to pulling in my Travelall to start the build-up I get slammed again with more work but be patient as it will happen and hopefully by summer.
     
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    Sounds great. My piggy bank is DOOMED!
     
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    We've added even more products to our CPT line. We now sell 5" Scout II front shackle sets w/ swaybar mounting, several different rollbar mounting feet, and 5" dogleg shackles.
     

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    These rollbar feet for the 'B' hoop fit the angled floor of the Scout II and include a bottom plate for the most secure way of attaching your bar to the floor.
     

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    Curved mounting foot fits the contour of the wheel well and the basic 4"x4" plate is for those tighter corners.
     

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    3/8" thick one piece inside shackle plates are made to retain the factory Scout II swaybar.
     

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    These offset dogleg shackles are great for getting around any obstacles that may stand in the path of normal shackle movement.
     

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    I won D&C's Christmas Give away heavy duty shackles (5") and I am pretty excited about having them installed. The only thing is I do not want to remove the sway bar. So, with this written how much are you asking for the front heavy duty shackles (5") and/or is your shackle that attaches to the sway bar compatible to D&C's shackle that mounts on the other side of the front spring?? If so what do you want for those two shakles???
    My zip is 97210.

    I was also wondering if you have a pic of a Scout II with these installed?

    Hopefully this makes sense?
     
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    I have the CPT shackles from Jeff that have the provision for for the sway bar on them. I must say these are the most robust shackles I have ever owned. I do not know if they will work with your existing shackles or not but I though I would just give Jeff a shameless plug on a outstanding product and extremely good customer relations.
     
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    GOT PICS ???
     
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    No I have not put them on yet because I have a bunch of other suspension stuff I need to do first but I will be sure to post some when I do.
     
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    As long as D&C shackle plates are 5" center to center, use 7/16" shackle bolts, and use a 5/8" center bolt, then my front shackle plates should work with them. We do sell them seperate, assembled, and a kit which includes rear shackles.

    Seperate plates - http://www.shopih.com/merchant.mvc?...N&Product_Code=CPT-SHACKLE-FRT&Category_Code=
    Assembled - http://www.shopih.com/merchant.mvc?...uct_Code=CPT-SHACKLE-SET-5-FRT&Category_Code=
    Frt/Rear Kit - http://www.shopih.com/merchant.mvc?...Product_Code=CPT-SHACKLE-KIT-5&Category_Code=

    Attached is a picture with the shackle installed. I don't have a close-up picture of the shackle set installed so hopefully this will do.

    Let me know if you have any other questions.
     

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