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73c34me 09-22-2017 02:23 PM

FIA Headlights/ Tilt Front end - numbers installed
 
I don't have a 3rd party image hosting for uploading pics. I have some project update pics on the "other forum" listed under c3- general topic- FIA headlights/ tilt front end, title if someone has time/ board and wants to load those pics. here! thanks in advance if there are any takers of this.



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SuperBuickGuy 09-22-2017 02:27 PM



right-click the picture, click "copy link address", click on the landscape button (looks like a photo of a mountain), paste the address in the popup.... winner.

73c34me 09-22-2017 02:32 PM

Much Thanks Pal!

rtj 09-22-2017 08:19 PM

Any details on your hinge?

Looks good.

bobs77vet 10-08-2017 02:01 PM

very very nice!!!!!

heres some pictures of my tilt front hinges , that I sold 10yrs ago .








rtj 10-14-2017 06:06 PM

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Originally Posted by bobs77vet (Post 129434)
very very nice!!!!!

heres some pictures of my tilt front hinges , that I sold 10yrs ago .





Thanks Bob, I missed this post somehow. I like how you glassed in the hood support. Can't get much easier than two heim joints.

Not sure if I'd go tilt or just lightweight and removable.

bobs77vet 10-18-2017 05:07 PM

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Originally Posted by rtj (Post 129459)
Quote:

Originally Posted by bobs77vet (Post 129434)
very very nice!!!!!

heres some pictures of my tilt front hinges , that I sold 10yrs ago .





Thanks Bob, I missed this post somehow. I like how you glassed in the hood support. Can't get much easier than two heim joints.

Not sure if I'd go tilt or just lightweight and removable.

full disclosure.... I purchased it that way, but i tjhought it was a pretty simple way of doing it.


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