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    Senior Member Chris Pomares's Avatar
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    SWB RSR type rear spring plates with reSee Works jack point extensions

    These where my first pair of jack point extension on Rebel S Racing SWB RSR spring plates. My welder put the passenger side on back words so it was redone with a spacer. It works perfect. The nice thing about the extensions is you jack up the car on a very solid surface.
    As they are aluminum they won't work with the stamped steel torsion bar covers.

    I sell the jack point parts for $200.00 plus shipping. I had to design, have the programing done by my machinist, have them cut, then have the inboard side scalloped out. I made 10 pairs and now I have 5. I've only sold these to folks with long hood cars. I can't say if they fit 74 and later cars.

    The all black ones are currently on my car.

    Here you get the spring plates and extensions together.
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