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In my haste, I didn't take any pics prior to disassembly of the dash.  Area in particular need is the Brake Pedal Support to Steering Column Bracket.  Along with that, I'm not sure of how the dash panel fits in with those.  I have the assembly manuals but the drawings are not very clear.  If anyone has some pics of that area and how it all goes together they would be very much appreciated.

 

Thanks....Andy

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All of those parts were un coated an unpainted raw steel so they rusted. I clean in molasses tank and spray satin clear on them to prevent rust. Here are some pics of one I did in past.

Ask for specific ones I might have never really took that many.

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When a man is in the woods and talks and no women are there is he still wrong??:P

David

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All of those parts were un coated an unpainted raw steel so they rusted. I clean in molasses tank and spray satin clear on them to prevent rust. Here are some pics of one I did in past.

Ask for specific ones I might have never really took that many.

CAM-0070.jpg

 

CAM-0072.jpg

 

CAM-0120.jpg

 

CAM-0124.jpg

 

DSC-2244.jpg

 

DSC-2246.jpg

 

DSC-2249.jpg

 

DSC-2250.jpg

 

Looks great - 2 questions - are the vacuum motors new or did you soak those and what kind of wrap are you using on the dash?

Kilgon

 

 

"The only dumb question is the one not asked"

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