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Triumph Spitfire anti-sway bar tie-down "curly cue" [Utah, USA]

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christrish Gold Member Chris B
Lehi, UT, USA   USA
$5 + postage.

Triumph Spitfire anti-sway bar "curly cue" tie down. Possibly used for ocean transport tie-downs or on the assembly line (go ahead...discuss). Regardless, great part for Concourse Restoration projects where points matter.

This part came from a non-concourse restoration project. Threads will need to be re-chased/re-cut.

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Send me a message with any questions.



Working to take the "D" out of DPO since 2013
Follow my restoration progress: http://73spitfire1500.blogspot.com



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2018-04-16 12:57 PM by christrish.

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dherr2 David Herr
Adamstown, MD, USA   USA
1972 Triumph Spitfire MkIV "Rat Rod"
And to think I blamed the "DPO" when I found those on my car, so they really are a factory piece..... who knew!

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grubscrew grub screw
The suburbs of, Winfield, Maryland, USA   USA
Yeah, been discussed before. Personally I still don't believe the ocean tie-down story, but oh well! winking smiley



Dave
1970 Spitfire Mk3
FDU 78359L
34/11 (Jasmine yellow/Black interior)

1962 Triumph TR3B
TCF 575L
Signal Red/Red interior

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christrish Gold Member Chris B
Lehi, UT, USA   USA
Edited the original post to allow for debate winking smiley

In reply to # 1526659 by grubscrew Yeah, been discussed before. Personally I still don't believe the ocean tie-down story, but oh well! winking smiley



Working to take the "D" out of DPO since 2013
Follow my restoration progress: http://73spitfire1500.blogspot.com

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Jediscuba Steven Spandorf
Southampton, NY, USA   USA
1963 Triumph Spitfire "Pussycat"
This one looks like it's ready for the scrap pile. The car bottomed out on it many times and it's almost abated through.

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christrish Gold Member Chris B
Lehi, UT, USA   USA
Agree, but it is original. If no one wants it, I'll just add it to my Triumph trophy shelf.



Working to take the "D" out of DPO since 2013
Follow my restoration progress: http://73spitfire1500.blogspot.com

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spits paul krause
Sunnyandhot, FL, USA   USA
1968 Triumph Spitfire MkIII
1969 Triumph Spitfire MkIII "Rusty; Gone But Not Forgotten!"
1969 Triumph Spitfire MkIII
They're hard to find (yes, I've looked!), but that one's toast.
Let me know if you've got a better one.



Best,

Paul

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