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Old 17 Feb 2004, 11:04 pm
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Default WTB- GT solenoid bracket

Hey all as I was one of the first to install strut-bar on GT, I did a "hack" job on my bracket and zip-tied to the bar . I was wondering of any of you who installed the "btg" bar would be kind enough to post a picture of their bracket. Also I was wondering if anyone would like to sell me their old stock bracket reasonably so I can beautify my cob job before the show season opens ? Thanks Jeff
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Old 17 Feb 2004, 11:44 pm
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Jeff, the only pic I have is here but you can't see the bracket very well at all. I'll take a shot in the morning and post back for you. It makes for a pretty clean install, but the solenoids don't want to stay put too well until it's finally bolted in. By the way, this solenoid bracket it the ONLY thing different from the non-turbo bar. You can probably contact PT Tuning and have them send you just the bracket.
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Mike thanks... here's apic of mine...I don't have BTG strut,so i was wondering how it bolted up .
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thank you insane1 ! I guess from your picture the bracket is secured under the third/rear strut nut ?
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Welcome to the forum insane1.
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quote:flashbk2 Posted - 02/18/2004 : 06:44:38 AM
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thank you insane1 ! I guess from your picture the bracket is secured under the third/rear strut nut ?
OK, so insane1 beat me to the pic but no, the bracket doesn't work that way flashbk2. It is actually a longer piece that attaches to the brace itself. You have to cut away part of the old piece because the stock bracket holds not just the solenoids but the cruise control module as well, and of course you need to retain the bit that holds the cruise control. If you go here you'll find links to the install instructions. Look at page 2, step 15, and you'll get a real good look at how it's done.
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