GMR Bulkheads and "Y-Frame" Assemblies

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The GMR

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The GMR now offers complete bulkheads and "y-Frame" setups for any platform. From Trophy Truck to a simple prerunner, the GMR has the setup to take your project to the next level. With professionally designed suspension geometry and shock geometry the GMR takes the guess work out of building a chassis or center mounted truck. We have options for every platform along with heat treating, TIG welding, and MIG welding to fit your budget.

We have two main platforms, one that is about a 90 inch width and a smaller 84-85 inch width one that works great for midsize chassis and trucks. We can also custom make the Y-Frame to any wheelbase you want to fit your platform. From fullsize 4 seat prerunner to a 7200 race truck we can build it to your project goals direction.


Pricing starting at $6500 for a complete front end that includes the following:

-GMR boxed lower arms
-GMR uprights designed for bolt on hubs
-GMR upper arms boxed / tube design
-GMR steering arms, TIG welded
-GMR center section, welded and ready to be placed in chassis
-All GRD8 bolts and cen lock nuts
-All the bearings, heims and spacers needed
-GMR upper shock engine cross brace and mounting tabs

Midsize Setup:
-Overall width of 84 inches
-24 inches of travel
-Designed for 14 inch shock, can fit 16
-Designed for 35 or 37 inch tire
-Can fit a Tatum, Pro-Am, or Howe Rack


Fullsize Setup:
-Overall width of 91 inches
-26 - 28 inches of travel
-Designed for 14 inch shocks, can fit a 16
-Designed for 37 or 39 inch tires
-Can fit a Tatum, Pro-Am, or Howe Rack









 
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The GMR

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This is a good example of how you can graft the front clip into your project. This is a toyota that is being built by the customer with a GMR front end assembly.









Jason
 

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That is so fawkin bad ass. Those that plan to do a center mount truck, having things like this will make it go a lot quicker. I think that is a reasonable price too. Out of curiosity, how much do you think the thing weighs? Also, curious as to why the upper arms have the bend in the tube.
 
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The GMR

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Not sure on the weight, but I know its less then stock frame and standard LT kit. The bend is to clear the rack at full droop and lock.

thanks,
Jason
 

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