Hey, it was that one that was stripped already because someone else tried to remove it previously, remember? That's a main concern of mine with the '78 actually, I don't know how I'm going to replace all the body mount "nuts" that the bolts thread into :?shotgun said:it is not a bad job, atleast until a bolt snaps. :x
Large enough to get the tip of your welder into. Like shotgun said, about 4X4 inches.Doober said:You're talking about on the G-Bodies? Thanks for the info, I've had yet to look into the matter in-depth, you've just saved me some work How big of a hole do you think I'd need?
That's what I was thinking about with mine, a major reason I was hesitant to undertaking the body mounts until I knew exactly what I was getting into. I may do something like that with the 'Bu before I start driving it for the summer, just an added measure of safety since I don't know what shape the bolts are currently in.racecar77 said:Shotgun, When I did the mounts on my 70 El Camino I had two of them break the cage nut. I used a hole saw to gain access and after I was done I just snapped a round plastic plug in the hole. Worked great and looked good even though you cant see it anyway. Lee
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