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No more EJ-EA adapter plates from M.Rose
Posted 09 September 2007 - 08:29 PM
Just wanted to put a post into the record here that as of 9-9-07 I will no longer be selling EJ-EA adapter plates. I've recently moved from Northern NY to the Boston MA area for work and I had to leave my shop and equipment behind... not to mention my beloved subies... : (
I also just wanted to thank all of my customers who've bought them over the past two years. It's been awesome to know I was a part of so many cool projects all over the US, Canada and Australia.
Posted 28 September 2007 - 03:09 PM
Posted 30 September 2007 - 03:32 PM
who do I buy one from now? do you have the CNC codes for my machinist to use? I eventually will need two units to put EJ22s onto 5MT/DRs in a 84 Hatch and brat.
There are a few others on the board that are making and selling their own adapter plates. I can't endorse any of them myself as I've never used or seen the plates in person, but both individuals that I can think of have very good reputations on here. One is "Scott in Bellingham" the other is "RGuyver" who posted above. Also Allied Armament sells their own plates now, I believe, though they are somewhat hard to get ahold of... Lastly is a fellow named John "Mudrat" who used to make an adapter plate but has earned a very poor rep. as a businessman on this board. Hope that helps.
Posted 03 October 2007 - 01:17 PM
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