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Old 10-11-2004, 03:21   #1 (permalink)
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hi guys this first time done this so hope it wright i have an ea brockford and one off my extrctors has a crack in the middle of it have taken it to loads of places but all say they cant fix but i want to keep the car original so any one got any ideas how to fix or get new one
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how bad is the crack? no good keeping it original if its gonna be loud and unroadworthy
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Welcome aboard! If the extractors were aftermarket you will have a much easier time tracking them down. If they were made by Brock there may not be any readily available. As a worst case scenario, I'd look at aftermarket Pacemakers or whichever brand you prefer, and keep an eye out for any wrecked Brocks...
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Yer, you won't be able to buy the extractors new anymore... and second-hand would be almost impossible.

How are they made??? are the cast or just pipe welded together??? Your only hope would be to get someone to weld them...


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any competant exhaust place should be able to replicate the original extractors, i mean its really just bending the tube thenwelding it all up.

you may find however that it wont be cheap
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are they the Brock ones that are 2 piece (1 set for 3 pots and another for the other 3 with twin pipes before the cat) as finding a set of these would be hard these days!

best to ring a welder, or get new ones
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I swear someone posted up a brock wagon (!) a while ago that was pretty f#cked-out. I can't really remember, but they were gonna do it up, or they were gonna wreck it for parts. May pay to do some sort of search on here.

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are they the Brock ones that are 2 piece (1 set for 3 pots and another for the other 3 with twin pipes before the cat) as finding a set of these would be hard these days!

best to ring a welder, or get new ones
yep they the two piece so proberly will not be able to get replacements thanks any
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Old 10-11-2004, 06:13   #9 (permalink)
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I swear someone posted up a brock wagon (!) a while ago that was pretty f#cked-out. I can't really remember, but they were gonna do it up, or they were gonna wreck it for parts. May pay to do some sort of search on here.

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thanks that sounds ok but how would i go about doing a search as i am new to this any help would be appreicated
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Welcome aboard! If the extractors were aftermarket you will have a much easier time tracking them down. If they were made by Brock there may not be any readily available. As a worst case scenario, I'd look at aftermarket Pacemakers or whichever brand you prefer, and keep an eye out for any wrecked Brocks...
no they brock made two peice some one said that there was someone add wrecked brock station wagon so i try and find out thanks anyway
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