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post #21 of 23 (permalink) Old 08-13-2019, 01:02 PM
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No, the BW4407 does not get an extra support bracket. Though it should. Pretty sure that's why my C6 case broke. I'll be adding one when the TC goes back in
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Just for reference, here's where my C6 broke. There is a matching, though larger, break on the left side too, but it's being held in by the pump bolt.



This piece came off with the extension housing, thanks to some RTV.

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Just for reference, here's where my C6 broke. There is a matching, though larger, break on the left side too, but it's being held in by the pump bolt.
Wow, not much meat on the C6 housing. I can see why it would do that with the BW4407 hanging back there.
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