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    I'm thinking that extension is indeed part of the front cradle as MP81 suggested. Basically it's the solid platform which supports everything front of the firewall.

    Yep, just checked. That's the cradle you're looking at.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MP81 View Post
    If it's metal, it's probably the subframe.
    I'm thinking you are correct. Looking like some sort of extension of the subframe. Thanks a million

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taxman View Post
    I'm thinking that extension is indeed part of the front cradle as MP81 suggested. Basically it's the solid platform which supports everything front of the firewall.

    Yep, just checked. That's the cradle you're looking at.

    Thanks for the info. You guys were right. It's part of the subframe. I thought it would have been able to come off and just replace that extension part but looks like I will need to get an entire subframe

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    Not a problem - looking at the impact, I expect the unibody itself to also be bent up pretty good. Even with a new subframe, it might not line up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MP81 View Post
    The pic works fine if you open it in a new window/tab.

    Do you have another image of the part in question - as in, from a different angle?
    This is what I usually get when I try to open an attached picture:

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    Right click on the image in the post and open it in a new tab/window.
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