Re: [DML] Re: ebay Louvre Struts or another reason to buy from aDeLorean
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Re: [DML] Re: ebay Louvre Struts or another reason to buy from aDeLorean Vendor!

There's actually a different part number?! Wow, you learn something 
every day. Talk about dumb, when all they had to do was drill the 
rivnuts onto which it mounts slightly further down...

FWIW #1458's engine cover latch still works fine and is strait.


rob@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote:

>That sounds correct as the straight ones tended to bind on the engine cover.
>You can easily update the early straight version to the later bent one with
>a bench vise and a hammer. I believe DMCH has both versions in their
>inventory but the bent ones usually work better. There is however a third
>version used on at least one of the earliest cars that had a shape similar
>to the bottom half of an hourglass if you can visualize that. I replaced it
>years ago for someone because it was rusted and the plastic slide was
>broken. At one point I sent it to be re-plated and now it graces a DeLorean
>curio shelf above my desk which also contains Legend turbo parts and a set
>of triple Weber carbs with PVR manifolds.
>Rob Grady,

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