Re: bash plate
Jalal, did you have to drill any extra holes and use extra nuts and bolts at the back of it to mount it?
I notice there are little brackets on the front. That's a good idea to avoid making the bend along the bottom at the front, nearest to the driver's wheel.
Yes Rich, one was needed to be drilled to hold the middle bolt with the brakcet. The other 3 bolts fit in the holes that are already there, but Shane's mate made some sort of a long brakcet with a washer at the end which can be slotted and held while I tighten the bolt on the plate itself.
ARB might make them in the future, but I still think that if we get it manufactured through friends it'll cost much less.
Here are some photos of mine after painted and fitted.
Because Shane's exy was manual, this bash plate does not cover my auto transmission sump, so we gonna need to work on 2 templates (manual and auto)
Last edited by jalalski, 25/Nov/2005, 4:40 pm
25/Nov/2005, 4:23 pm