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Old 06-23-2008, 08:52 AM
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I have a 29 model A, coil sit's on the manifold I want to move it to the firewall, looking for kick *** coil bracket maybe billet alum. I have looked the internet inside out all I can find is the same ol thing bent piece of strap iron. Thanks Meatloaf

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If you want to try something cool @ your local harley Davison aftermarket shops such as rolling thunder cycles in long island NY . You can buy frame tube brackets which hold Pro-One oil coolers for bike which are the same exact diam.. as a coil and can be slightly adjusted. you can either piece of bend pipe w/ a flandge that the bracket can mount to or you can gring off the tube mount part drill it out shot a screw through it then use the claping bolts that hold the oil cooler on to attach the other side or contact your local machine shop ask them make you one.

PS the oil cooler clamp I was speaking of is about $26
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