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#1 spideyz

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Posted 01 March 2004 - 02:00 PM

Hi guys,

Spent all day saturday tinkering in the 87 brat I picked up two weeks ago. Its got some nice front end damage that I need to straighten out. I got a new hood and fender from the junk yard, but the new, straight hood won't close, becuase the receiving latch in front of the radiator is 1 1/2 inces to the right of where it should be. I tried tweaking the hinges to get it to like up, but all that did was make the hood rub against the air cowling. I plan to do the junk yard parts swap on all the parts I can myself but I think I'll need to get the front end pulled straight at a body shop. What kind of price should I expect to have the frame pulled that 1 1/2 inces?

Keith




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