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Anyone know someone who makes a clean oil cooler drain plug door that you can bolt on. I'd like to cut access to my drain plug and use something clean to cover it up. OR if you have a CNC I'd like to buy one.
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I did a 75mm hole and coverd it up with a "pipe end plug".
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Got mine through a Facebook reference. Richard A Brunt
Has several options for etching including the Trackhawk emblem.

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Got mine through a Facebook reference. Richard A Brunt
Has several options for etching including the Trackhawk emblem.
Now that is sweet. I'm going to look him up
I started with a hole saw then expanded the hole as needed. Used paper to make a template then transferred that onto a thin sheet of aluminum.
Now that is sweet. I'm going to look him up
Now that is sweet. I'm going to look him up
Now that is sweet. I'm going to look him up
Now that is sweet. I'm going to look him up
Very interested to see the post/pics re the oil cooler door. I looked for Richard A. Brunt on Google and got references to some deceased criminal ! I don't do Facebook, so maybe you wouldn't mind sending me his contact info so I can get one of those doors? Thanks.
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Now that is sweet. I'm going to look him up
Agree looks a lot better. And it is really proffisonelly machined and Richard was very easy to do business with and he even gave me a refund of some unfortunate customs fees.
Can higly recommend his work.
Will post a new picture when it's on the car.
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I am in the process of trying to pay Richard Brunt for a door; PayPal and my bank are just refusing to work together to send him the money, and each is blaming the other. We have spent days and hours on this problem to no avail. He has suggested various alternatives, most of which will cost at least $50.00 in fees on my end, plus more on his end. I am down to trying to see if a friend back East can do this for me, or sending cash. What a PITA. BTW, Brunt is being a real prince about this, very patient. I will likely close my PP acount.
I am in the process of trying to pay Richard Brunt for a door; PayPal and my bank are just refusing to work together to send him the money, and each is blaming the other. We have spent days and hours on this problem to no avail. He has suggested various alternatives, most of which will cost at least $50.00 in fees on my end, plus more on his end. I am down to trying to see if a friend back East can do this for me, or sending cash. What a PITA. BTW, Brunt is being a real prince about this, very patient. I will likely close my PP acount.
I payed with PayPal and he had the money right away.
On the otherside i sold some stuff to a member here and he also payed with PayPal and that transfer took about 7-8days.
If your PayPal account go thru your bank account and not thru your credit card it can take a very long time.
Don't now if that is your problem but good to now.
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Agree looks a lot better. And it is really proffisonelly machined and Richard was very easy to do business with and he even gave me a refund of some unfortunate customs fees.
Can higly recommend his work.
Will post a new picture when it's on the car.
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How much clearance was there between the drain line and the plastic covering? Did you use a die grinder with a cutoff wheel to create the hole?
I ordered one from Richard as well.
How much clearance was there between the drain line and the plastic covering? Did you use a die grinder with a cutoff wheel to create the hole?
To the lowest point it's about 90mm.
I used a sharp blade cutter knife(be careful).
To the lowest point is about 90mm.
I used a sharp blade cutter knife(be careful).
Thanks for the reply. Wow, I thought there was a lot less clearance
Has someone got contact details for Richard?
Maybe I’m stupid but I can’t seem to find him on FB
Has someone got contact details for Richard?
Maybe I’m stupid but I can’t seem to find him on FB
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The guy is such a pleasure to deal with!
Big (y)
The guy is such a pleasure to deal with!
Big (y)

My experience was the same….
I have a brand new one (never used) if anyone is interested. PM me.
I'll list it in the classifieds.
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