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Maybe more clarification is needed. As far as I know there are 3 types of bracket. There is also more than one type of K27. It is easy to tell the difference between a 3LDZ bracket and a K27-7006 bracket as the 7006 bracket has a larger hole (Jim pointed that out). It is very hard to tell the difference between a late 3LDZ bracket and a K27-7200 C2T bracket as they are identical. The early 3LDZ bracket has no spacer/tube welded on so it is unique in that regard. The spacing was also different as it was used with the "USA" exhaust system which had a Y-pipe instead of a J-pipe.
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