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> FS: 914 Flat Tow Bracket, * Featured Item *
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post May 1 2018, 12:24 PM
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What are the three bolts on each side for? And how much shipped to 93401?
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post May 2 2018, 11:02 PM
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Those are the included mounting hardware.
Due to the added dimension of the bracket the bolts need to be longer + the front mount.
There are mounts welded to the bracket so the bolts & spacer don't get lost when not in use.
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post May 9 2018, 09:09 AM
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post May 22 2018, 11:12 AM
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Will it clear a standard front valance? If you can send/post a pic of one on a car with the standard valance you will have yourself a quick sale!

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If you are asking if you can tow with the OE valance in place, Sorry you can not.
Because the orig. standard valance curves back under the car it actually covers the the suspension pickup points where he bracket mounts.

I had been playing with a way to more easily remove & reinstall any valance.
You have to unscrew 6 fasteners (4 in the Frunk 2 in the wheel wheels) the screws in the front trunk are easy and Dzus fasteners work perfectly there , but the two 8mm bolts that retain the far ends of the valance are tougher as there is very little room there for a quick release mechanism. I currently have a pair of cleco's in those spots which work but dont have the positive locking or small /low profile Im after.
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QUOTE(914werke @ Jun 25 2018, 07:26 AM) *

If you are asking if you can tow with the OE valance in place, Sorry it will not.
Because the orig. standard valance curves back under the car it actually covers the the suspension pickup points where he bracket mounts.

I had been playing with a way to more easily remove & reinstall any valance.
You have to unscrew 6 fasteners (4 in the Frunk 2 in the wheel wheels) the screws in the front trunk are easy and Dzus fasteners work perfectly there , but the two 6mm screws that retain the far ends of the valance are tougher as there is very little room there for a quick release mechanism. I currently have a pair of cleco's in those spots which work but dont have the positive locking or small /low profile Im after.


Darn it...that thing is awesome. Time to start looking for an aftermarket front valance!
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did this ever sell?
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