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    Administrator 1946Austin's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by vht View Post
    USPS is higher than crap here. I was going to send a pair of coil over shocks back and they wanted $68 to do it, $30 on a holley carb I shipped.
    That Holley carb would have fit in a large $19 flat rate box, but surprised USPS accepted it at all? Those 4 questions they ask about anything "liquid, fragile, hazardous, or ????" would make the used Holley carb not allowed. Unless it was new, or freshly rebuilt, so no gas smell. They have sniffers at their sorting stations, and usually gasoline smell will kick a package off the line.

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    Senior Member Tuske427's Avatar
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    have you tried making a model of your intended roll bar design, say using PVC tubing? It's easy to cut and bend, you can tape it, glue it, screw it, or whatever you need to do to make it fit. then you can measure that as well as take pics so you can design it exactly how you want it to fit.
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