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Old 10-27-2009
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Custom Beadlocks (Chattanooga, TN)

Hey guys, just wanted to let you guys know that I am manufacturing beadlocks now.

You can see of what I can do and the prices at my Website:

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PM me if you would like a set. I can ship nationwide.
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why only 24 bolts?
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Why do you need more? Lol. They are only an inch apart, and with that grade steel it WILL NOT bend or cone...

Most of your Do It Yourself beadlock companies only use 24 bolts, and they manufacture theirs from A36 instead of the A572 Domex like I use. Trust me, 24 bolts are more than sufficient.

Actually, I have the very first set, and my buddy has a set just like them that I made for prototypes. We are actually only running (24) 5/16" bolts, and they are holding up great. The only reason I stepped up to 3/8" bolts is because of customer requests.

I have made several sets, and to date, nobody has had any problems with them at all.
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ah, well the ones i have looked at are 32 bolt, thats why i asked.

If i had the money i would get a set.. i need 'em.
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is that 250 for a set of 4?
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thats not a bad deal at all free bump wish i had the money
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No, its a really good deal. You have to provide your own bolts, But they are cheap if you order them online. They come 100% ready to install.

Like stated on my site, I can do whatever design you want for a slightly higher price, but its well worth it in my opinion if you want something one of a kind and unique.
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