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Old 10/29/13, 07:44 AM   #1
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Smile Inner Fender panel replacement

Well my new 302 is almost done. Ran it on the dyno yesterday. A couple more tuning runs today and we're done.

I'll start the install soon, replacing the tired 289.

I'd like to replace the inner fender panels while I have the old engine out. The question I have is: Are the inner panels bolt in or are they spot welded in place?

If it is a simple unbolt/rebolt I'll replace them now. If not, I'll wait until the body work starts. It's a daily driver, so I don't want it down for a long time.
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Old 10/29/13, 07:49 AM   #2
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They are welded in place. I have my motor out, and just cut them out yesterday.

EFI, OBDII, 5.0
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Old 10/29/13, 07:49 AM   #3
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Spot Welded.

'73 in progress. 302, 3 On the Floor, 2.5" Suspension, 33's, 4.11:1
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Old 10/29/13, 08:06 AM   #4
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Yuk, that's what I was afraid of. Don't want to tackle that job yet.
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