that looks really good!@TRAIL TAILOR Would you consider a semi-custom commission for a bracket to hold gauges, as seen in this picture? I'd like 3 gauges, if we agree the bracket could hold the weight stable. Otherwise, two would suffice.
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It is the metal bar from the window bolt. Autometer style gauge pedestals.
Anyone else interested in this? Struck me as the most elegant/visible solution for 73 series.
It wasn't bad previously, but all the international shippers are price gouging right now. IIRC it was about 180.00 US to ship a full 60 or 80 vinyl kit a few months ago they are heavy and bulky. A few guys here have ordered the 70 kit recently and I didn;t hear any adverse remarks on the shipping costs.
A cheaper job and the sense of accomplishment is pretty high for most that do this on the 60 series. Plus it's a throw it in cart kinda item at checkout.Really ? Never would have thought that to be a popular item , how many different models are there between the 7x variations ?
Best molded vinyl I've come across for the 70 is TruFit - Australia. I've bought a few from them and referred others with good results.
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Here is my 60 series AC bezel- CNC milled aluminum. Would this be of interest for the 70s.
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I have 1/2" and 1" BL kits (pucks) for the 100 series. I'd just need a set of body mount bolts to take measurements and get the proper ones. Drop radiator brackets may work as well. I'll look into this when it arrives.
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I can easily have the apron seals made if they are flat like the 60 and 80 series. Just send them to my gasket maker and have a die made.
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The part numbers I gave him are for the latest apron seals... and those seals basically have holes/cutouts for multiple applications I believe. The unique one-off apron seals are basically no longer made. At least for my truck.Those look nice. I recently bought OEM for my 75 pickup as they are still available. Did you make these for an NLA application? Just curious.