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Old 20-06-2016, 18:12   #1 (permalink)
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Pleas help identify body part engine bay

Hiya folks,

I have a very rusted brace under and behind the engine with little pipes running along it. either side it attaches to chassis with bolts and is so rusted it needs replacing or wotn pass MOT.

I cant find it anywhere or even what it is called please help fankoos
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Old 21-06-2016, 17:01   #2 (permalink)
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There's no way that will fail a MOT it wouldn't even come into the test over Than if it was missing and the brake line wasn't clipped in. As far as I know it isn't available new anymore but will check tonight to make sure I just repainted mine
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Part number is ABC450080 - Crossmember - rear front sidemember. According to mgroverpartfinder, it is available to order from any XPart agent/XPart AutoService Centre, but costs nearly 50 - unless it has rusted away completely in places, I would do as John suggests, and simply repaint it. They are a bit of awkward to get out, and it is difficult to release ther clips holding the brake pipes without breaking them.
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slap a bit of paint on it, and all will be ok!
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