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We used a few of them with no problems. Also like the RJones ones. Now we just make our own.
 

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Yea your good to go, we use them in a friend's T/S 63 vette
 

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I have em in my car.......raw steel,too tight around the bottles (tears labels)
heavy,twist knobs are cumbersom...would not buy again
Alstons are way nicer and lighter - Everything I have ever gotten from CE was a disappointing ,rusted shit !
 

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I use their single-bottle lay-down bracket, looks very similar to that one. As Mitch said, they are pretty nasty when you first get them. Need to stick the pieces in a parts washer then glass bead them. Paint or powder coat them. You may want to open them up and use something like dorr edge gaurd on them to keep your bottles from getting scratched.
 

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I have em in my car.......raw steel,too tight around the bottles (tears labels)
heavy,twist knobs are cumbersom...would not buy again
Alstons are way nicer and lighter - Everything I have ever gotten from CE was a disappointing ,rusted shit !

Thanks that kinda the answer I was looking for. Doing some upgrades, got all new bottles. Don't really wanna scratch them up. Call Alston tomorrow. Thanks to all
 
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