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Battery heat shield
#1
If someone REALLY WANTS the proper battery heat shield it is now available here http://www.dead-nut-s-on.mybigcommerce.c...at-shield/
Chuck
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#2
WOW!  Looks like we get to pay for the mold at that price.

Considering the much sought after battery tray support was $25, and reproduction aprons are around $50, I really thought this price would be $17 NOT $170

kcmash
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#3
NPD has two, the "cheap" one is $60, the better one is $175. Hard to imagine a piece of plastic costing that much.



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#4
Well, when folks say they will give their left nut for a piece, Dead Nuts On tells you what that is worth!   Haha

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#5
You are definitely paying for the tool price but someone has to. I didn't see an issue with it and bought 2

Mark
71 Mach 1 J code - Japanese export
72 Convertible f code - first car
Numerous other Fords
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#6
I find that very interesting since non of mine have this part and have never seen one on a 71 - 73. My original that I bought new did not have one.
David


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(02-04-2018, 01:30 PM)YCarolina_Mountain_Mustangs Wrote: I find that very interesting since non of mine have this part and have never seen one on a 71 - 73. My original that I bought new did not have one.
David

I believe these were only found on ‘71-J and C Code engine Mustangs from the factory... I have one on my Vert.
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