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post #1 of 12 Old 06-28-2013, 11:49 AM Thread Starter
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Where does this part go?

Anyone know where or how the triangular part in the dead center of this pic goes? The one under the acc. pedal. I think I pulled it off the rear wheelwell. A pic of how it goes would be good. Thanks for help.



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post #2 of 12 Old 06-28-2013, 12:28 PM
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That part is a brace for the tire carrier. It's located at the bottom and rear of the passenger side wheelwell. No picture, sorry.
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Oh ok gotcha thanks.
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You sure? That's all pedal assemblies... I'm out of town and can't get to my garage right now
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That part is a brace for the tire carrier. It's located at the bottom and rear of the passenger side wheelwell. No picture, sorry.
Winner.. He's correct.

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And just for fun, who can identify the small L bracket in the center of the tunnel cover? Here's a hint, you'll be a cool guy if you know. Also, what transmission is he running? ( Without looking at his specs)Hint: it's a 4 speed.

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And just for fun, who can identify the small L bracket in the center of the tunnel cover? Here's a hint, you'll be a cool guy if you know. Also, what transmission is he running? ( Without looking at his specs)Hint: it's a 4 speed.
I'm guessing T176 from the look of the tranny cover panel.
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That original part is the lower gusset plate, in the rear wheelwell on passenger side. Do you have the upper gusset plate as well?

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And just for fun, who can identify the small L bracket in the center of the tunnel cover? Here's a hint, you'll be a cool guy if you know. Also, what transmission is he running? ( Without looking at his specs)Hint: it's a 4 speed.
Doesn't look familiar, must not have been on my jeep while I tore it down. Taking a wild guess: AC mount maybe?
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Doesn't look familiar, must not have been on my jeep while I tore it down. Taking a wild guess: AC mount maybe?
Correct, It supports the AC motor at the firewall near the gas pedal.
Also Row684 got it with the T176

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post #12 of 12 Old 07-01-2013, 12:05 PM Thread Starter
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That original part is the lower gusset plate, in the rear wheelwell on passenger side. Do you have the upper gusset plate as well?
I have both but won't be using them b/c I have the spare carrier on the bumper. You guys are right about the T176..pretty impressive.
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