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Strut Brace

Too many people duplicate work that others already have done ... if you're having something remade then tell us about it! Success and Disasters, they are all useful to know about!
Hodgie
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Re: Strut Brace

Postby Hodgie » 02 Oct 2016 15:24

Henry,
That is a real shame. Thanks for your efforts.
Best
Hodgie
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Re: Strut Brace

Postby moestr7v8 » 02 Oct 2016 21:35

Hi Henry
Have you been in touch with Glenn lately, he does take a time to make the strut braces, I think he sub - contracted out the turret mounting discs to some one I think used water jet cutting and then there is quite a bit off work as far as the bending, welding, and polishing of the completed strut brace but it is well worth the wait.
Cheers
Moe
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Hodgie
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Re: Strut Brace

Postby Hodgie » 15 Oct 2016 11:57

Hi Mo,
Do you have contact details for Glenn by any chance? I am not worried about a wait, but Henry appears to have had no reply at all from Glenn.
Thanks in advance.
H
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Henry
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Re: Strut Brace

Postby Henry » 15 Oct 2016 18:09

Hodgie, you have a pm...
My Triumphs:
TR7 V8 KDM995Y Current
GT6 PUD612M still in family
TR7 V8 PLK224W Sold
TR7 donor car for PLK224W
GT6 written off
2.5 PI saloon - sold

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