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Old July 31st, 2022, 07:52 PM
Jethro Jethro is offline
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It was at this point that I figgered out the O.E. adjusters are riveted in as are the springs. In order to remove the headlight backing plates the whole grill has to come out.



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Here's the best pic I have of the grill. Since it was out I took the opportunity to do a little bit of hammer and dolly work. Looks quite a bit better now. And the bezels go in and out much easier.

During reassembly be really careful while you're stretching those springs back on with a greasy old seal pick.
Probably not the correct tool...



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Not sure if you can tell the difference in the grille. Bolted on a chrome plate holder too.



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And a dome light lens to replace the missing one.



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