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Old 01-16-2007, 08:35 AM
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Shaker Hood for 81 Trans Am

I am looking for a shaker hood for a 81 Trans Am. Anyone know of anywhere I can locate one?

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http://www.car-part.com/

You'll need the air cleaner assembly with the scoop too, unless you're just going to attach the scoop to the bottom of the hood.
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elevator bolts

If you are going to attach the factory hood scoop to the hood,use Elevator bolts and use body glue to attach them to under side of hood...this works well if running a taller motor in place of the stocker...
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I am looking for the hood itself. I have the shaker assy.
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Hood

Check www.texastransams.com they might have one.
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