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How do these mount....

I have some braces that I was given for free. Problem is I cant figure out how they mount.

Anyone know where these would go on our cars? Pictures would be great.


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I'd guess that they mount to the car

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They just might.....

I think Big Scotts post solved the mystery.

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i dont have a picture but the middle and front ends bolt to existing holes...the back mount the small brackets that must be welded on.

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I have some braces that I was given for free. Problem is I cant figure out how they mount.

Anyone know where these would go on our cars? Pictures would be great.

Man,those are old...Gen1 FSSB/LECB that I made a few years back.
they hang down low quite a bit,so be aware of it so you don't panic when you scrape or bang them up.
You need some mounting tabs I guess?
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Yeah, I do if you have some....or if you can tell me how to make them.

I hope you dont mind but I made a copy of these for my 90. I didnt realize they were your braces. Sp i guess two sets of tabs are needed.

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tabs are angle iron with a hole drilled in it and welded in place on the chassis.

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