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Old 05-14-2012, 03:22 PM
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How thick is the material? How big are the holes? Are they normally attached with a rivet?

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Do they have anything to do with the suspension maybe some type of bracket for the hairpin suspension pieces?

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Radiator core support rod brackets.
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How thick is the material? How big are the holes? Are they normally attached with a rivet?
About an eighth inch thick material about five inches long. The holes are about 5/16" I think, and no, they are attached with bolts, with only the rivet holding the two pieces of the bracket shown together.

And no they are not rad core brackets. You can see these brackets while just walking by the car.

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Do they have anything to do with the suspension maybe some type of bracket for the hairpin suspension pieces?

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Nope.

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Hi guys, would they be support brackets for brake hoses. jim
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Hi guys, would they be support brackets for brake hoses. jim
Nope.

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Bumper brackets.
Yes Dan, but where and what car?

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About an eighth inch thick material about five inches long. The holes are about 5/16" I think, and no, they are attached with bolts, with only the rivet holding the two pieces of the bracket shown together.

And no they are not rad core brackets. You can see these brackets while just walking by the car.



Nope.

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This is one bracket assy, not two individual brackets?
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Rear bumper Bracket Model A Ford
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You got it boothboy they support the rear irons up to the rear of the body.

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Nah! Dinger got it. I just put two and two together with you obsession for Model A's I had a 50/50 chance at getting it right.
Go for it Dinger ! It's yours.
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Now boothboy I knew that all along I was just giving you a chance to get it! NOT
Congratulations, how did you get the car that they went on as well?

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The vehicale had to be pre-war because he said you could see it by just looking at the car. Everything past 1936-7 and some earlier had the bumper closer to the body so you would have to bend down to see that bracket. Brian likes and has Model A's. A shot in the dark!
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So Dan, what's your question?

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