I actually just got a bracket used for connecting 2x4s and bent it to shape and drill some holes. Its not perfect, but it works. Best thing to do is going off an original piece to get accuracy. I couldn't help you with the dimensions. I just took a flat piece and bend it. Good luck with this.
Hello, I read an old posting of yours looking for the rear bracket to install a VES. 10 months later while trying to search the same part, I found your post. Yup still unavailable. Did you end up finding a used one
somewhere? My concern is any salvage yard would only want to sell a complete unit. Im a machinist & could possibly fabricate one out of pretty much any material. Could you tell me what it was made of, metal or plastic as well. Thanks for your time.
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