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Old December 20th, 2010, 10:11 AM
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Defender solid Bonnet Prop rod

I'm giving my un-needed bonnet prop rod (ALR6225) to Gustavo, which I have on hand. it came in a PB Blanchard spare bonnet mount kit. It replaces the scissor type prop, and mounts in the same spot, but my question is when the bonnet is opened, where does it attach to? Can anybody with one show a picture of where you put the stay, or the bracket that it pops into? i have all the parts, but don't know what I'm looking for...likely in a bin somewhere.
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Old December 20th, 2010, 11:12 AM
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Mine just had a hole in the top of the Radiator mount, I can take some pics tonight.
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Old December 20th, 2010, 11:39 AM
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You want to know about the bracket where the scissor is attach to? It's a plate that bolt on the inner wing RH. 3 bolts there.. That bracket covers the top of the radiator with a rubber disk. I have two of those. I'll send you a picture in a couple of minutes..
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Here's the bracket.. I'm no photographer and it shows.. If it's not clear enough I'll take some more..
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here's a few pics

cell phone shots
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You want to know about the bracket where the scissor is attach to? It's a plate that bolt on the inner wing RH. 3 bolts there.. That bracket covers the top of the radiator with a rubber disk. I have two of those. I'll send you a picture in a couple of minutes..
Actually, I have the scissor type on my 110, but wanted to know what the bracket looked like that the solid rod goes in when the bonnet is open.

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Thanks Tom, that's what I was looking for. I'll have to check and see if mine has that hole or not. Anybody know if the hole in that picture is standard for all Defenders?
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