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Need to know name of the 2 bars under engine that go from engine to body on mr2 1991 so i can order them thought they would be mounting brackets

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They are called engine mount braces.

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Posted on Mar 02, 2009

  • Joe Hogan Mar 03, 2009

    good luck with your project paul!

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