DRIVE, BREAK, FIX, REPEAT
- Nov 8, 2011
- Cedar Valley, Texas
[/QUOTE]A couple quick questions.
Is that an OEM vinyl floor? or an aftermarket version?
When you pulled the dash, did you leave the steering wheel on? I have to pull mine soon and to be honest I don't want to pull the steering wheel off if I don't have too. Anything crazy to know when pulling the dash?
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As usual Saddam is watching over things.....not happy either....his days being on that horn pad are coming to an end.
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No idea who makes it...found it randomly and ordered a few. They have fit in all the trucks so far. I think one of the tabs is for a newer truck with factory cupholdes.I might have missed this but who makes that floor-mounted cup holder? It looks awesome. Any idea if it would work on a 1987 Troopy?
I ordered mine on Amazon here. I couldn't find gray though. One vendor posted this fitment picture. I imagine the shifter makes contact in the left pic.I might have missed this but who makes that floor-mounted cup holder? It looks awesome. Any idea if it would work on a 1987 Troopy?
I'll bite... I need that dead pedal. You don't happen to have a part number do you?Got our pedals done, mounted the dead pedal and even had time to dye the OEM oak kick panels with some SEM.
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this is how the dead pedal went in.....stud on the floor and we inserted a stud in the top of the nut for the pedal....the pedal sits up off the floor a little differently in a 75 vs. a 79....so we needed a little longer reach.
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All of mine came with the cabs....but I ended up with a spare that is going in this truck.I'll bite... I need that dead pedal. You don't happen to have a part number do you?