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> FS 10 Engine bar bracket sets with hardware $50 plus $8 shipping
bdstone914
post Sep 22 2023, 06:29 PM
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Ten sets of all new parts. Brackets are lazer cut, formed and zinc plated. New bolts, washers and nyloc nuts. Theses fit side shift transmissions. I can get the correct 10 mm allen head bolts for early cars
$50 per set with hardware. $40 a pair of brackets without hardware, and $8 priority mail shipping.


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post Sep 22 2023, 09:01 PM
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Very nice Bruce, too bad my engine is back in. If it was still out, very tempting.
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What is the reasoning for the allen head bolts for the early cars anyways?

On second thought it might not be the last time its coming out (IMG:style_emoticons/default/blink.gif)
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QUOTE(913B @ Sep 22 2023, 08:01 PM) *

Very nice Bruce, too bad my engine is back in. If it was still out, very tempting.
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What is the reasoning for the allen head bolts for the early cars anyways?

On second thought it might not be the last time its coming out (IMG:style_emoticons/default/blink.gif)


The head of the allen bolt is recessed into the bar. It did keep it from road scraps. It was also 5mm shorter. The late bolts should also be installed head down. That prevents the extended threads from damage of road scrapes.
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