[DML] Re: Frame Removal
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[DML] Re: Frame Removal



Hi Bob,

Aside from the four that you already got, there are:
- 2 bolts holding the rear pontoons to the rear wraparound part of the  
frame
- 6 (IIRC) on the inside that secure the fiberglass to the middle  
section of the frame.

On those inside ones, four are towards the rear and two are towards  
the front of the center console area.  They're located at the base of  
the fiberglass, so IMO, it's easiest to remove the seats and then pull  
the carpet down to access them.  As for the steering column, I think  
the easiest place is at the joint where the column connects to the  
rack - just loosen the bolt that clamps it to the rack and you're set.

Hope this helps.

Travis


> I know there are 2 visible bolts in the bonnet that have to be  
> removed.
> I know there are 2 visible bolts in the rear engine area that have to
> be removed.
>
> But where are the other bolts in the center of the car?
>
> How do I access them?
>
> What section of the steering column needs to be loosened?
>
> Bob



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