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Thread: Brackets between engine case and cross mount

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    Brackets between engine case and cross mount

    Hey guys,

    We're trying to determine whether the brackets which go between the third piece of the engine case and the cross mount of the engine are suppose to be symmetrical or not. We noticed a clear size difference between the two once the engine was out.

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    Has anyone seen these before and if so, did they line up a bit better for you?


    Thanks,
    Kyle
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    Last edited by Chuck Miller; 12-21-2017 at 09:06 AM.

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    Not sure if it's just me, but your pictures do not show. Invalid attachment.

    Mark..

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    Yes, let me know if you need help with your photos.
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    No pics.

    Maybe I'm delusional but I consider myself somewhat imaginative and experienced with these cars but for the life of me have NO IDEA what the OP is talking about.

    I have questions:

    Who is "We're"?
    What are the brackets?
    "Third piece"?
    What year is the car?
    Is it a 912? cuz that would make sense.



    Hunnerd bucks says it's a 912...


    If so, if the brackets were bolted in place and everything "fit" why do you care if they're not identical? Just curious.
    Last edited by Chuck Miller; 12-21-2017 at 09:02 AM.

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    Is it a 912? cuz that would make sense.
    It is for a 912.....

    Just uploaded and attached his photos.....
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    Sorry for confusion - yes this is a 912 lol... Posted on the wrong forum, thanks all!

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