[DML] Re: Modifying front end..
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[DML] Re: Modifying front end..

A factory bracket obviously won't fit with my I beams. So I made my own. My brackets do differ from factory brackets in that they run the entire width of the crumple extension, transferring vertical forces to both the original outside edge *AND* the inside edge -- doubling their effectiveness if you will.

BTW: if you look closely at my passenger side I beam, you will notice it is slightly bent. That happened when I beached my car on a concrete island in zero visibility during a Georgia tornado outbreak (the trip where I drove Jim Franklin down to get his car). That corner of my car was suspended by the I beam alone, with the weight of two passengers inside, as well as all the crap I usually carry under the hood. I still carry some yellow paint from the island to this day. That is how strong my I beams are. Martin doesn't like them, but I have found them to be very effective in real world abuse.

Bill Robertson

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Marc Levy <malevy_nj@...> wrote:
> I did not ask about the factory recall, I asked about YOUR "custom recall bracket", and how it was an improvement.
> --- On Mon, 3/12/12, content22207 <brobertson@...> wrote:
> > 
> > The crumple extension is not supposed to crumple simply
> > driving down the road, which is unfortunately what they were
> > doing, hence the factory recall.


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