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    Never mind, got it all working! Thanks for the right clicking advice and thankyou for the drawings! Currently got them all turned into a solid model ready for machining!

    My car isn't near me and also in storage, so I cant do measurements, but the one base has an offset hole. In what way should this plate be orientated?


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    Quote Originally Posted by cougarbird86 View Post
    Never mind, got it all working! Thanks for the right clicking advice and thankyou for the drawings! Currently got them all turned into a solid model ready for machining!

    My car isn't near me and also in storage, so I cant do measurements, but the one base has an offset hole. In what way should this plate be orientated?
    Sorry. I suck at responding to posts.

    That hole is offset towards the middle of the bracket. (Or down, if you look at it how it's installed)
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