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  • ANGLE fix

    Tired of fumbling around with the hardware that attaches this to side plate? We have been using this for quiet awhile. The square gussets that have been added to this angle to prevent bending sometimes makes it hard to put the rear roller in O.B.D. side. We hacksaw the gusset as close to the angle as possible about 1/2" down, take a cresent wrench and bend the gusset down. This is enough room so the rear roller can easily be lifted into the bracket. Use a good grade bolt to weld to flat bar. This will also work on the bounce plate brackets.

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    Re: ANGLE fix

    Nice Tip. Another one of those "Why didn't I think of that?" ideas. Thanks.



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      Re: ANGLE fix

      Thanks for sharing.....nice job


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