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Beginning Dash And Steering Rack Work

Eric O   USA — Posted on The Triumph Experience
Saturday December 31, 2016 7:14 PM


The dash was in pretty sad shape

The dash was in pretty sad shape

It looks better with all the varnish and veneer st

It looks better with all the varnish and veneer stripped

Marking the cut lines for the new center instrumen

Marking the cut lines for the new center instrument and moving the headlight switch

Starting to pull the steering rack apart

Starting to pull the steering rack apart




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Member Comments on Journal Entry: Beginning Dash And Steering Rack Work   ↵
Rated 9 out of 10 based on 1 ratings
2017-01-01 06:49:48 # 39394
Comment by Wayne Tate
Rating: 9/10
Good plan Eric. I cut my new ones today.A point of note. Put a dime on each corner of the middle section before you trace and cut the new one. If you don't it will have a large gap when finished. I tried putting the whole thing on the dash and it fit and looked good, just not sure how we could connect it all up behind.This is the year we drive, Happy New Year.Wayne
2017-01-01 07:48:58 # 39396
Comment by Eric O
Wayne, that's a great idea. I will do that. Yes, this is the year we drive ! Happy New Year to you as well. Regards, Eric

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