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Old 12-14-2009, 06:58 PM   #1
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Default Bruiser Front Axle Cs **SOLD OUT/Discontinued**

Figure I would get a post going this way this info is out in the public for all to see.

For those who do not know I purchased the sole rights to Nick Rummy's Bruiser axle modification parts. I currently have an order in with the supplier for the front Axle Cs which is due in late January of the up coming year. Here is the info for the axles, I have borrowed info from Nick's original post so there is no confusion






This adapter is used to replace the original steering components on the
front bruiser axle with TLT steering components. You will need half shafts, knuckles, pins, and hexes
(not included).

Target cost is going to be the same which is 50$ per set of 2 + 7.50 $ shipping to the lower 48 States.


NOW here is the important info. The rear axle machining service is still being looked into. At this time I have to find a new machinist. I was going to use a good friend of my stepfathers and I but I fear he may not be able to do it in a timely manner. He has had my 4130 birfield joints for my 1:1 4runner that he was suppose to repair for me (1 was machined incorrectly) for nearly 2.5 months now :? Therefore I will have to look into another source. Before I do that, I need to get locked down who will be making me the sleeves for the rear axle. My one supplier required to large of a minimal amount so I am currently sourcing other options.

I will update this thread as I have more info. I appreciate your patient and I hope I can bring the same level of professionalism to the table that Nick did.

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Old 12-21-2009, 08:15 PM   #3
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thanks for the update,just keep us informed.cant wait to get my bruiser done.
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Good news

This is my first set of axles and I like to use it on a build sometime.

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Old 12-22-2009, 07:03 AM   #5
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can i prepay for a set of c-hubs?
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Old 12-22-2009, 12:35 PM   #6
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can i prepay for a set of c-hubs?
I would rather not do that until I have a confirmed date on when they will be here.

If everyone would like, I can start a pre-order list going on here? ctg1129 would be 1st. Otherwise it will be 1st come 1st served status.
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If everyone would like, I can start a pre-order list going on here? ctg1129 would be 1st.
Well, can I be second then ? If your willing to ship overseas offcourse ...
Really, I want this and I will pay you before hand !


Maybe the "pre-order list" you're talking about is not a bad idea: gives you more transparency of those that are willing to buy your products and stick to it ...
Hope to hear from you.
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Well, can I be second then ? If your willing to ship overseas offcourse ...
Really, I want this and I will pay you before hand !


Maybe the "pre-order list" you're talking about is not a bad idea: gives you more transparency of those that are willing to buy your products and stick to it ...
Hope to hear from you.
Ok I will do a preliminary pre-sale...if that even makes sense.

I will ship over seas as long as all extra posted is paid for If anyone would like more then 1 set please let me know, The 1st go around is only going to be 25 sets!

1)CTG1129 (1 set)
2)MIR4DOR (2 sets)
3)lwb Sami (1 set)
4)radishkid (1 set)
5)hamnet (1set)
6)lappdogg (1set)
7)fj40Indy (1set)
ducatiman (1set)

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1BJB, those are some awesome looking pieces
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1BJB, those are some awesome looking pieces

Thank you sir, but I can't take credit for them, they were designed by NickRummy with a real tiny bit of 1BJB influence in the beginning stages
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Awesome !

Can you change 1 set into 2 set's please ? (you'll never know) Thanks
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these are nice pieces, I'm using a set of them right now. Any plans to offer the other conversion piece that Nick used to make? It was the parts that allowed a front axle to be used as a rear axle, it was a lockout/straight axle adapter. I'm considering using Bruiser axles on a SCX-10 chassis, so I need both sets of leaf spring pads to be the same as a front axle.
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Congrats on the purchase ....... nice to see theres gonna be some more of these around again.
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Awesome !

Can you change 1 set into 2 set's please ? (you'll never know) Thanks

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these are nice pieces, I'm using a set of them right now. Any plans to offer the other conversion piece that Nick used to make? It was the parts that allowed a front axle to be used as a rear axle, it was a lockout/straight axle adapter. I'm considering using Bruiser axles on a SCX-10 chassis, so I need both sets of leaf spring pads to be the same as a front axle.
I was the one who actually got Nick to make those and I have a set but, other then myself I don't know of anyone else who even has them?? They didn't seem to be very popular. I am sure I can do a run of them but I am sure my supplier with require a 25 set minimum and I would only do them on a pre-order basis.

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Congrats on the purchase ....... nice to see theres gonna be some more of these around again.
Thanks, gotta keep these Bruisers out there in use
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Glad to see there is still an interest in these items

Mike, sent you a PM
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any news on a sale date?
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any news on a sale date?
I am on schedule for the end of the month as originally stated
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Hello I'd like to be added to the list please! Put me down for a front and rear set please : )
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Hello I'd like to be added to the list please! Put me down for a front and rear set please : )
So you would like a pair of front Cs and have the rear axle machined? or are you looking for the front to rear axle lock out conversion parts?
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