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 Post Posted: Tue May 20, 2008 9:34 pm 
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Has anybody used or seen this bracket on a Dragster? Does it clear the frame rails and motor plate?


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Don't know about that one but this home made one is a good fit for both a door car and a digger.  I've run mounts like this on the last three cars I've owned with zero problems.

http://motorsportsvillage.com/forum/vie ... or+bracket

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Ken I wish I could used one of those. My fuel pump is in that spot and the crank trigger is on the other side ... #-o   :-k

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Crank trigger and belt drive pump were on the other side on this engine and on all the rest I've ever had also.  You could move the pump!  =;

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I will see what I can do  :-k

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