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Old 10-14-2019, 08:39 PM
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Default 74 GTO core support same as 68-74 Nova

Are the core supports the same?

I'm looking to put a tubular core support on my 74 GTO and see that there is one available for 68-74 Nova's.

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Old 10-16-2019, 07:57 PM
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Are the core supports the same?

I'm looking to put a tubular core support on my 74 GTO and see that there is one available for 68-74 Nova's.

Rhodes in Maryland told me I can buy a Nova one and if it doesn't fit I can send it back and he will modify it.

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Old 10-17-2019, 03:50 PM
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Thanks! Just ordered one.

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Thanks! Just ordered one.

From Rhodes?

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From Rhodes?
Yes, I'll post how it fits when I bolt it on in a few weeks.

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Cool.

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Ron's tubular core support bolts right in.

Just needs to have the headlight bucket mounts removed, as the headlights mount inside the fender on the 74 Pontiacs... no problem to remove the straps.

You will also need to fabricate the lower radiator mounts.

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Ron's tubular core support bolts right in.

Just needs to have the headlight bucket mounts removed, as the headlights mount inside the fender on the 74 Pontiacs... no problem to remove the straps.

You will also need to fabricate the lower radiator mounts.

Herb glad to see you back here.



The radiator mounts are different from chevy to Pontiac?

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Old 11-04-2019, 11:36 PM
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The radiator mounts are different from chevy to Pontiac?
Thanks John

Ron's core support does not have radiator mounts, regardless of application... too many variables, so he just left it up to the end user.

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Ron's tubular core support bolts right in.

Just needs to have the headlight bucket mounts removed, as the headlights mount inside the fender on the 74 Pontiacs... no problem to remove the straps.

You will also need to fabricate the lower radiator mounts.
Good to know. Thanks!

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