Drilling holes for rear emblems

Discussion in '40- & 55-Series Tech' started by Ezra, Sep 14, 2018.

  1. Ezra

    Ezra

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    my 73 was a FST, with the spare on the passenger side, and emblems on the left. The rear panels were replaced some time ago and the emblems were never added. I have a set, and am looking for a template or measurements for where exactly to drill the holes for the TLC and 4WD emblems.

    I would also be interested in any information about where the reverse light goes. I currently have an LED attached to the bumper which works fine but would like to return it to the original at some point.

    Thanks all.
     
  2. shelfboy1

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    my 73 had the big reverse light on the drivers side you can mount the emblems with tape or caulking so you dont have to drill holes .where we live holes atract rust
     
  3. Ezra

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    interesting advice, I had never thought of that. do you include the rubber as well?
     
  4. Pete

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    Check out Cool Cruiser's (CCOT) web site for emblem locations.
     
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  5. Ezra

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    Perfect, thanks.
     
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