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bteichgraber Brian Teichgraber
Tsawwassen, BC, Canada   CAN
Ah the wonders of sandblasting and por 15

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mgruber921 Marvin Gruber
Florence, AL, USA   USA
Amend to that. I think I have seen that guard before. Marv


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tirnipgreen Silver Member Ryals Cheek
Ellijay, GA, USA   USA
1963 Triumph TR4 "YIN"
1965 Triumph TR4 "YANG"
Is that a radiator guard for a TR4 or TR4A...? It looks different than what I believe is correct for TR4. The TR4 has tabs on the ends for the bolts to go straight in from the front, not the sides...no?

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Peter-K Peter K
Central, ME, USA   USA
With the holes for the tranny cooler and sway bar mounts, it looks like a TR6 guard which also fits a TR4A.

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bteichgraber Brian Teichgraber
Tsawwassen, BC, Canada   CAN
Yes it’s from a tr6. I went with a larger sized sway bar and didn’t realize that I needed the tr6 guard as the sway bar kit would work on the tr4 guard

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