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    Rear shock tower braces.

    Ok......a "Christmas Special"? will offer rear shock tower braces $60.oo SHIPPED.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CougarXR/7 View Post
    Ok......a "Christmas Special"? will offer rear shock tower braces $60.oo SHIPPED.
    Do these fit with the fold down rear seats?

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    Yes....yes they do.

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    Ok...it's been awhile..but is anyone interested in a rear shock tower brace? I can build all that are needed.

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    Curious how one of these would mount/install? Just drill 4 holes and bolt in, is that all to it? Any pics of one on an SC?

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    Yes...........it's that simple..four holes and I include grade eight bolts, washers and nuts. I had pics....but have since deleted them.............maybe someone with one of mine can share a pic.

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    What are the benefits of a rear shock tower brace?

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    Less body flex...especially helpful for "spirited" driving, racing or Track days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CougarXR/7 View Post
    Less body flex...especially helpful for "spirited" driving, racing or Track days.
    I live in the hilly, curvy, part of Georgia, so handling is what Iím after. Iíll think about it. I got engine cradle braces and a bigger rear sway bar, so I may be interested if this would help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick_Leuce View Post
    I live in the hilly, curvy, part of Georgia, so handling is what Iím after. Iíll think about it. I got engine cradle braces and a bigger rear sway bar, so I may be interested if this would help.
    Jack up your car....get a flashlight.......look about 4" to 6" inboard of your shocks.....start going down the floor rear to front......see and cracks in your floor? Yes?.............you needed one.

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    any interest for one.............I'll honor the "christmas " special price for now.....it includes shipping.

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    Hello,
    I just sent you a PM.

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    Ok....to answer two inquires.............yes..I can paint one flat or gloss white...........let me know if you are still interested. I believe I sent name and information to both.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CougarXR/7 View Post
    Yes...........it's that simple..four holes and I include grade eight bolts, washers and nuts. I had pics....but have since deleted them.............maybe someone with one of mine can share a pic.
    Here is mine with the old FF version:

    http://www.sccoa.com/forums/attachme...1&d=1572125149

    I think this one sits higher.
    J.Miller
    1990 XR7 and 1955 F250!

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    Still offering these?

    Joined to purchase one of these if you're still offering them. I think I am too new to PM you. I am swapping a Gen III Coyote in my MN12 Cougar and I want to make sure my chassis is sorted out before I am adding additional power, so far I do not have any cracks on the firewall or rear chassis (knock on wood) and don't want any. I will definitely buy one of these off you if you still offer them.

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