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  1. Brokeboatin221

    Brokeboatin221 Well-Known Member

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    Looking for a 7.5, 8 or maybe even 9 degree steel strut for my project. Drop through or bolt on please let me know what you have 760-713-9970. Thank you
     
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    V-bottom or flatbottom?
    I have an 8 degree bolt on for a flatbottom in my garage somewhere...


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  3. Brokeboatin221

    Brokeboatin221 Well-Known Member

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    It's going on a howard 21
     
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    Brokeboatin221 Well-Known Member

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    If you could text me a picture of it that would be awesome. Thank you
     
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    Ok. The bolt-on mount for the strut I have is flat. I don’t know if that would fit your application or not. When I get home from work, I can dig it out and take pics if you’re interested.


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    Will do. PM your number to me and I’ll get it out this evening.


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    I forgot to ask... for a 1” propshaft?


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    IMG_4026.PNG Bob Teague has this one on the right. I believe it was for a Schiada. The V was too deep for what I needed.
     

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