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UPDATE: I'm currently looking to start a fabrication/race shop with a talented group of guys for the sole purpose of doing projects like this. I've been pretty busy with commercial real estate guys and trying to get something organized. I promise that one of my first tasks will be disassembling my V and building jigs for a whole suite of fabricated parts (control arms, diff braces, diff swaps, bracing, bushings, etc). Be patient guys!
 

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UPDATE: I'm currently looking to start a fabrication/race shop with a talented group of guys for the sole purpose of doing projects like this. I've been pretty busy with commercial real estate guys and trying to get something organized. I promise that one of my first tasks will be disassembling my V and building jigs for a whole suite of fabricated parts (control arms, diff braces, diff swaps, bracing, bushings, etc). Be patient guys!
Then you need to buy an ATS-V before I get one so you're ready to do some things on it. :)
 

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I posted all of this information earlier in the thread.
http://www.ballisticfabrication.com/263-Heavy-Duty-Ballistic-Joint_p_1226.html
9/16" (our fasteners may be metric, but the hole is actually slightly larger in diameter than 14mm. So 9/16"). Also, I turn and weld a stainless steel spacer on the ball because the ball is too narrow. You can see the spacer in some of the pics of the trailing arms.
 
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