Perfect! Thanks. Not worried about exact dimensions, just want something that will work. Maybe jumping the gun a bit 'cause the 35 isn't all back together yet but I'm hoping over the weekend it might be.
Re: Placement of stay bars/stabilizer straps in reply to Inno, 12-20-2012 10:34:13
See the way 1943's brackets/hangers are 'pin forward? This is what I would have milk runs with before you tighten bolts, his been there awhile, and all the rest of his pins look like they went in fine, so just perfect.... but none of my stuff is all new and painted... we'll see if santa can improve that...
Re: Placement of stay bars/stabilizer straps in reply to Tony in Mass., 12-20-2012 13:52:23
those pin brackets are OEM. now if you have to go and buy the newer universal pin brackets is where you run into problems and you have to trial and error it before tighening the brackets down. the bars are all basically cut the same has been my experience.
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