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Thread: FS: RSR style engine support brackets

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    FS: RSR style engine support brackets

    RSR style engine support brackets in raw corten steel ready to paint / plate / power coat

    $129usd plus shipping
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    bump for the weekend coming
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    Will this work for a 2.4 liter engine on a 1968 swb black color and the driver is 47 years old ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by brakekiller View Post
    Will this work for a 2.4 liter engine on a 1968 swb black color and the driver is 47 years old ?
    sure will ;-)
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    bump for weekend
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    2 left from the last product run , can ship from the 2nd jan
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    Any weight advantage over stock?
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    with my ones no , more for the look and as they are made from corten steel they are super strong and durable for larger hp / torque engines
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    Hey John, I need 4 of these in about a month or 2. So, when you get 4 let me know. Thanks, -Scott
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    Quote Originally Posted by Longballa View Post
    Hey John, I need 4 of these in about a month or 2. So, when you get 4 let me know. Thanks, -Scott
    Hi Scott
    will do , plan to do a run when the laser cutting guys are back after the 7th .
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