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    Total Control Export Brace W/ Monte Carlo Bar
    1964-1970 Mustang
    Missing Shock Tower Mounting Plates
    I bought new, but forgot to remove plates when I sold the car

    https://www.cjponyparts.com/total-co.../p/TCPPKGTWRB/

    Excellent Condition
    Located in Troy

    $235
    rce789@yahoo.com

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    I know this is a pretty old thread, do you still have the brace for sale? I'm changing my Mustang suspension setup and might be in the market for this or something like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mustangmike6996 View Post
    I know this is a pretty old thread, do you still have the brace for sale? I'm changing my Mustang suspension setup and might be in the market for this or something like it.
    I totally forgot about this - Yes, I still have it....
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    if you don't have the bracket, how would we mount it on the shock towers?
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    Quote Originally Posted by grr456 View Post
    I totally forgot about this - Yes, I still have it....
    rce789@yahoo.com
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    I am looking into if it will for sure work with my new setup. I am adding Caster/Camber plates.

    Quote Originally Posted by wikdsvt View Post
    if you don't have the bracket, how would we mount it on the shock towers?
    I would need to fabricate some mounts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wikdsvt View Post
    if you don't have the bracket, how would we mount it on the shock towers?
    I am checking to see if I can get the plates from Total Control, which is owned by Alston Chassis Works now........

    Gary

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    Quote Originally Posted by grr456 View Post
    I am checking to see if I can get the plates from Total Control, which is owned by Alston Chassis Works now........
    Here is the response I got....Without a price

    Gary

    give us a call to order .



    Mike Weddle

    Senior Sales Technician

    Chris Alston's Chassisworks

    (916) 388-0288 Ext 2339



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    Seems like something that would be easy to fab up, especially if you have caster camber plates for a template.

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    take 200?

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    Quote Originally Posted by carbed89notch View Post
    take 200?
    Yep........

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