Link towers make it easy to link your 2.5T Rockwell. Use one or two for various types of suspension styles. Cut from .250" plate. All versions includes internal gusseting. Includes ONE bracket.
So-so design. Ive run these for the past 4 years. Here is what I have found:
1: They trap water and mud causing rust. When you weld these up, due to the inner structure, it creates 4 cavities in the tower that will quickly collect debris and water. Unless you drill some drain holes into the bottom, this will quickly turn to a rusty mess
2: No lateral support on the towers. Allot of towers on the market have gussets that add lateral stability to them as they are quite tall. Often, these towers are used for additional fixture points. Such as coilovers, bump-stops etc. in addition to a suspension link. Due to the lack of additional gusseting, they are prone to bending laterally. Especially if you weld on a tophat and use them as a bump-stop skid.
SO: If you get these, cut holes into the bottom of the towers to allow for water / debris draining. Also, I would Highly recommend fabricating and burning in a couple gussets to help with lateral deflection.