Oct 16th, 04, 08:07 AM
I got these with my convertible project I am working on. My first one. I will try and describe them. Bolt holes are the o's. And the long edge has about a 15 degree bend. Are these AC baffles? Shaped kinda like this....
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Oct 16th, 04, 08:10 AM
Well never mind. That didnt work. 3 bolt holes. one side is about 12 inches long the other straight side is about 8 inches long. The bottom is sharply angled and connects the bottom onf the long side to the bottom of the short side. This angled side has 2 bolt holes. on the top is straight with a rectangled box sticking off the top with another bolt hole. They have an X roled into the panel. The log side is bent down about 10 degrees. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
Oct 16th, 04, 08:58 AM
The Coupe A/C sheilds have an X rolled into them and are basically flat, convertibles have two horizontal parallel rolls in them, and are curved. They are flat on one side and basically shaped like the inside of the front fender on the top and outer edges. They have two bolt holes on one side (I guess what you would call the long side) that attach to the arms that hold the cocktail shakers to the core support. Coupe ones would bolt right to the core support. The top and side opposite the long side would have a rolled flange with a series of staple holes in them if the rubber seal that seals them to the inside of the fenders are missing. I haven't seen one with a box attached to them though.