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  • Cone catcher pictures

    I have seen some pictures of triangular shaped "cone catchers" on the side of autocrossed Sevens, either on this forum or elsewhere. Could the owners or fabricators of said items post some pictures, especially of the way the catcher is mounted to the chassis?

    Having completely ripped the right rear wing off my car last weekend...

    http://www.youtube.com/user/athensse.../1/wtcA8vroVxA

    I am replacing both wings, both stone shields, & a tail light. I am also having both wings covered in 3M Clearshield. With this investment, I would like to keep these new wings intact for a period of time, so a right side cone catcher appears to be a good idea.
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    Brad
    2013 Boss 302 Mustang
    2005 SV Roadsport (gone but not forgotten)

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    Just a piece of square rod bent and welded with a couple of tabs in order to mount under the passenger seat (driver's side muffler does a pretty good job at preventing damage to that side). It mounts at the front and rear of the passenger seat under the cushon with just a couple of bolts.


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