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Old 09-26-2012, 05:44 PM   #1
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what are these metal bracket thingys?

My neighbor.just left these with my grandparents and said.their for a.mustang, what is it? I thought maybe motor mounts but idk

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They look like brackets....maybe to a bumper but not a mustang i would know...i can always be wrong so ill listen as well to see what they are
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They look like brackets....maybe to a bumper but not a mustang i would know...i can always be wrong so ill listen as well to see what they are
lol i have no idea where to even start, neighbor just dropped them off and said i could have them and that their off a mustang, lol
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Looks like the brackets that hold the radiator
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They look like the brackets that go with the jack, but I don't think mustangs come with them... I have almost identical 1s in my truck
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Lol, nice try guys but they are wheel chocks.

You use them to brace the wheels when you jack up the car when you're changing a tire.
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Lol, nice try guys but they are wheel chocks.

You use them to brace the wheels when you jack up the car when you're changing a tire.
never would have guessed that..
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They look like the brackets that go with the jack, but I don't think mustangs come with them... I have almost identical 1s in my truck
Yeah, I don't think mustangs ever used them. The last time I saw a set of those was in my Buick Regal. Lol
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Lol, nice try guys but they are wheel chocks.

You use them to brace the wheels when you jack up the car when you're changing a tire.
+1 had them in my s10
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Wheel chocks......yup never would've guessed it lol
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