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post #57 of (permalink) Old May 18th, 18, 9:34 PM Thread Starter
Geo71
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Re: '72 Greenbrier Wagon Project

Got the drivers side back together this afternoon. Just have to grease up the bushings and torque them.

All but one of the inner fender bolts lined up and had to modify one of them. Other than that it went in pretty easy.

Looking at the firewall, someone had removed the a/c box and made a metal plate to cover up the hole. Then installed the non a/c heater box...gonna have to think on this part. I suppose a heater delete plate would work?

Hope the ride height is evened out after this.
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