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Old 02-06-2014, 12:39 PM
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The bracket on the center of the front crossmember is the motor mount for the 6 cylinder engine.
Great.. Then I won't be needing that. Thanks!
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Off to the metal scrappers for me! I have no need for this junk.
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ARRRGGGHHH! I could have used all of that! :/

I like what you're doing with the rest of it though.
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We got snowed in today. So I had a few hours to bolt on some easy items. A little worrying as I believe my turbo might not fit the way I want it too. V bands are coming in soon. Will know for sure shortly. In the meantime some pics

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Off to the metal scrappers for me! I have no need for this junk.
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ARRRGGGHHH! I could have used all of that! :/

I like what you're doing with the rest of it though.
Still have it. Lmk
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