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Originally Posted by viiv Ya, but then the same part in your used top will eventually break again... It would cost less to custom fab the parts and have a

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Old 02-16-2021, 02:30 PM   #16 (permalink)
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Ya, but then the same part in your used top will eventually break again...

It would cost less to custom fab the parts and have a permanent solution.

surely, can find a shop that can do that remove the top and the part, and then find another machine shop who can make you the part.

I am curious on how it will work out too.
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