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    It'll be ready in a couple of weeks...

    Is my answer whenever someone asks how long it will be till my car is back on the road
    Unfortunately it's possibly not all that true, every step uncovers more rust. Mostly surface, some deeper worm action here and there, working my way thru it all, seems pointless to do all the engine work I'm doing and leave the shell rusty.

    Anyway, purpose of thread is a 'whats this' kinda thing, as I've lost the phone I had most of my pics on. Reasonably confident I can recall most things but odd bits will throw me off. So please bear with me and advise if you recognise something.
    Probably the fastest accelerating car/caravan combo in all of the northwest of england!!!!

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    Will include more pics in time, however that gives you some idea of what I'm upto. Today's question is with regard to the spot welded brackets on lower front crossmember, as follows. What are they for? Bumper hangers? Almost line up with radiator brackets.

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    Attachment 81575

    Here is one of them. I have a non standard bumper so I may not need them but.thought best check before cutting them off

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    Yes, they are for the lower horizontal part of the front bumper
    Updating Soon!! 1998 Legnum VR4, fully serviced every 4500 miles. Fully Amsoil'd. Falken 453's, EVO 8 FQ320 rear diff.

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    Cheers Louis,will cut them off then,be easier to get at the rust behind

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    They may also support the under tray. there are some PITA swinging metal tabs attached to them on my car that then go to the tray.

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    It's never had an undertray so it's not an issue
    Tabs are off now, work continues..

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