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Old 02-10-2011, 05:47 PM   #1
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I'm in the market for a 1.6L miata Toyota COP mounting plate. I have seen a lot of you guys had several lot cut on water jet, so I was wondering if anybody had an extra lying around they would like to sell?
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Cant make one? I thought most of us cut them with a drill and hack saw.
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I've never seen any waterjetted, but ours are stamped out of 1/8" aluminum with studs pressed into place. I've yet to see a cleaner solution.

Shoot me a PM with a Paypal address and I can invoice you for one - they are $50 shipped in the lower 48 states.
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You've never seen a waterjetted one? Have you read through the 69 page cop thread? Lol, I scan through the thread to look for images. A few guys have had a few sets water jetted. I can make my own with a hole saw, I was looking for something cleaner.
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You've never seen a waterjetted one? Have you read through the 69 page cop thread? Lol, I scan through the thread to look for images. A few guys have had a few sets water jetted. I can make my own with a hole saw, I was looking for something cleaner.
Has he read the COP thread?......

And are these the "water jetted" brackets you have seen?


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Something cleaner that's going to be covered up? You can see only one cut edge on mine (same design as above) where I cut it to length. If you can't do that cleanly you have problems.

And watch your attitude.
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My apologies for offending anyone, I skimmed through the 69 page thread like I said. I just bought one from someone so thanks. Close the thread please.
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