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Pinhead

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brighton, east sussex

do these brackets fit or do you have any that will fit a mpi?


tomkidd

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SOrry, I have no experience if they will fit to an MPI but I know someone has bought one to try...


Pinhead

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brighton, east sussex

if you still got that standard length one i'll take it, if not put me down for one of the next lot please


madmk1

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brookwood woking

Looks like someone has ripped you off tom.

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/mini-drop-bracket-he...=item41573a3fe7

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Rick.SPI

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Those arnt nearly as nice tho Simon.

Edited by Rick.SPI on 27th Feb, 2011.

On 17th Feb, 2011 apbellamy said:
I popped my first one out the other day...


tomkidd

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On 27th Feb, 2011 madmk1 said:
Looks like someone has ripped you off tom.

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/mini-drop-bracket-he...=item41573a3fe7


Yeah I know about those, its the guy with the orange minis who works for Mini Mag called Jon Betts. Mild Steel they are...


blue blood

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On 22nd Feb, 2011 Pinhead said:
do these brackets fit or do you have any that will fit a mpi?

I purchased one for my MPI (in fact i got the ball rolling for the last lot to be made up :) ). It will be able to fit an MPI with a little fiddle and then you can weld a new bit on *wink* Regards Blue


tomkidd

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Gents, got a new batch of these available. They'll go quick. Unpolished 30 posted, polished 33 posted.


just_jack

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Long one?

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adrian

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Are these the standard length ones mate?


AlexB
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Tadley, Hampshire

Forgot to post up after I got mine - these are FANTASTIC. I have always hated the classic drop bracket things you get from MS, as they give a little bit of sideways wobble - with Tomkidd's brackets you get none - really solid and they look good too.

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Daniel

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I'd like one, could you confirm if they're "Long" or "extra long" :)


Prawn

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basingstoke

I've still not got round to fitting mine that I bought bloody ages ago! haha.

really must, it looks like a really nice bit of kit.

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analogue_radio

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I'd like one of the standard length ones, if there are any available? :)


theunissen.roy

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Hi,

Do you have any brackets left?
I would like one.
Is it possible to have one sent to The Netherlands? (Everything that's available over here is rubbish.)


clubbie70

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netherlands

i would like one to , if available


tomkidd

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Gents got a new batch of these, I have 1 extra long one left and 10 long ones.


tomkidd

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By the way these are stainless steel, not mild steel!


bennyy

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dont suppose your going to mitp?

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On 15th Mar, 2012 wil_h said:

Yes, Carl says he gets requests for rimming all the time

On 30th Apr, 2012 Brett said:
yeah stick the bit in and give it a wobble *wink*


tomkidd

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Sorry no, I'm not


adamt

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Rhoose, Cardiff

What size are the long ones, are they the same as the ms drop bracket?

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moke123

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Perth, Australia

I'll take the extra long one if still available. PM sent.


tomkidd

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On 8th Aug, 2011 adamt said:
What size are the long ones, are they the same as the ms drop bracket?


Hi, no these drop the steering further but are adjustable so it can be as short as an MS one or deeper. Alot stronger than the MS ones.


tomkidd

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Last extra long sold to moke123


eaton_mini

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West Sussex - dreaming of forced induction!

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