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2004 Silver SSR with Strips. Owned 16yrs. Start 9K, now 159K miles
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Well we changed another Radiator Support, just wondering if your PLASTIC Radiator/Frame support is the same?

At least where it was Broken in half at the Frame they used tie warps so it wouldn't drag on the ground.

Not sure tie wraps help "hold" frame together and frame "wobble" sure helps tire alignment.

You can order STEEL from Mike aka https://shop.simple-engineering.com/category.sc?categoryId=17

Dicktator

1. Broken held on with tie wraps.
2. More innovative way, no tie wraps, in fact, no Radiator/frame support.
3. Tie Wraps
4. Which would you like holding your radiator/frame together? PLASTIC OR STEEL
5. Plastic after hitting small raccoon at 35mph
 

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SSR Pit Crew
2004 Silver SSR with Strips. Owned 16yrs. Start 9K, now 159K miles
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Discussion Starter · #4 ·
More pictures.

Dicktator

1. Raccoon did a job on Plastic Radiator support which is gone and bent coolers also.
2. Just tie wraps.
3. Broken at ear mount to frame.
4. STEEL
5. Damage to only air dam on STEEL radiator/frame support, 70mph hit metal piece on Highway.
 

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