Cutting rear-end brackets off

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Cutting rear-end brackets off

Postby h-bot » Sat Jul 21, 2001 8:00 pm

From: jr122499_REMOVE_656406_THIS_@yahoo.com


Hi guys, got a question. I have a S-10 rear for
my '72 vega, But I don't know what the best way to
cut the brackets off of the vega rear. I really want
to take the least amount of metal off, but the only
thing I can think of is carefully using a 4" grinder or
a small pneumatic one. Can anybody share with me
how they did this, or give me any options. I would
rather not torch them, because I am not good at it, and
I don't have acess to a plasma cutter.


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Cutting rear-end brackets off

Postby h-bot » Wed Jul 25, 2001 11:08 pm

From: vega_wagon_REMOVE_410753_THIS_@yahoo.com


Depending on your situation, you may want to
check out Bob Gumm's V8 Monza site, he's added a
catalog section. Don Hardy offers a complete set of
brackets, and thier less expensive through Gumm's site. You
can order right through his site. Hope this helps you
out, Bob.


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