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#1323888 Wed Aug 28 2019 09:35 PM
Joined: Mar 2019
Posts: 119
I found a few posts regarding the panel that attaches to the rear of the AD seat back. It hides the springs from view when you look through the back window. We are working on a '49 3100.

Can anyone provide a picture of exactly how this panel is installed? I know there are 6 spring type pins that attach the lower edge of the panel to the vertical strips on the seat back. We do have those pins and I see the holes where they connect to the seat frame.

I am trying to determine how the upper edge is retained so it is tight against the seat frame.

Thanks for the help.

TBUChevy #1324161 Fri Aug 30 2019 12:38 PM
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Check out my post and images here from 3 years ago.

Back them posting images directly to threads wasn't an option on the 'Bolt and I wasn't using a hosting site (still not) so never put em up here.

Good Luck, RonR

Last edited by moparguy; Fri Aug 30 2019 01:01 PM.

1951 3600 with Clark flatbed, T5, 4.10 rear
1970 340 Duster
1990 5.0 V8 Miata (1990 Mustang Gt Drivetrain)
1964 CJ5

TBUChevy #1324192 Fri Aug 30 2019 04:27 PM
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Hi RonR,

Thank you very much! 2 of those pictures show me exactly what I need to know.

I had to chuckle when I saw the NA Miata in the background. You would see a similar car in the background of my shop pictures, except it is a '95.


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