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post #16 of 21 (permalink) Old 03-29-2019, 06:25 PM
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I wanted to attach a pic of my after market firewall. I just have it sitting in for marking the inner rockers. Will need some trim work.
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post #17 of 21 (permalink) Old 03-30-2019, 07:26 AM Thread Starter
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Caveman, Floor is all welded in along with quarters,tail light panel etc..I have a lot of plug weld grinding to do but going at it a hr at a time..
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Looking real good 66Ccode! Nice plug welds, I hope to get there eventually. Did you weld the floor supports and front floor cross-member in before or after the full floor? Just curious, cause I'm installing a full floor and trying to keep the supports and cross-member in place to lay the floor in on top to mark the bottom of the floor to drill my holes. Make sense?

In the first pic I sent the level is on a 1" tubular bar welded in, I have the supports tacked to it. Now to get the rest of it stable so the floor can slip in.....should be fun.

Have you started working the wrinkles out? Should be much easier doing it with the firewall out, I would think.
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Yes I agree to get the firewall wrinkles out before install...I installed a complete floor as it was hit on the rt rear at some point of its life..

I agree I would weld brackets of some sort to keep the rales and crossmember from moving drill your holes in the floor and plug weld it up..
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Oh wow, you bought the whole setup, nice. I just went with the floor from the rear seat forward, will probably be wishing I went with the whole setup.

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Kinda disappointing, I expected an unaturally-aspirated 408 story ;o)

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