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    Lots of views to my other post, but I guess I didn't ask the right question. Wanting to fill all unnecessary holes in my firewall. Here's another pic., what goes in holes 1-6? Can I fill them? Wanting to prime and get this taken care of soon.
    Thanks

    http://i255.photobucket.com/albums/h...PIC_0077-2.jpg

  • #2
    #2 is a drain hose that comes off your heater box

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    • #3
      OOPS, was gonna look today but forgot, try again tomorrow. Got some pretty good ideas from my limited memory though. Couldn't resist, had to go look
      #4- battery tray mount hole.
      #5- speedo cable hole.
      Youre speedo?? hole, window washer hose hole.
      As for the parking brake cable, mine goes through the floor and not the dash???
      #6 might be a air plenum box mount stud, a sob to get on.
      #3 also a air box stud hole.
      #1 also a air box stud hole.
      Last edited by redtail; 06-24-2010, 01:13 AM.

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      • #4
        Sorry the resolution is low. Thanks to our friends at JeepForum for the picture.

        http://www.jeepforum.com/gallery/dat.../firewall4.jpg

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        • #5
          Originally posted by YouStupidBunny View Post
          Sorry the resolution is low. Thanks to our friends at JeepForum for the picture.

          http://www.jeepforum.com/gallery/dat.../firewall4.jpg
          Try looking at my Photobucket link.
          Thanks

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          • #6
            Isn't #2 one of the heater core fitting holes? I'm with Red on the rest of them.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by blackwater View Post
              Isn't #2 one of the heater core fitting holes? I'm with Red on the rest of them.
              No! those are the two holes together up and to the right

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Slydeco View Post
                No! those are the two holes together up and to the right
                Keep me straight, Slydeco.

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                • #9
                  all those holes have a purpose. i suggest spending some time fabricating hidden hinges for the fenders to mount on so they can swing open for easy engine access. plate the body sides and cut/remount an access in the front half of the transmission tunnel so you can get to the linkage and top bellhousing bolts easier. also cut a fuel pump access in the rear floor panel and....i guess i'm saying to forget those holes and do some cool stuff to it instead, then post pictures of course. i wish i had the stuff to do all that to mine. my transmission access hole, while useful, hasn't become much more than the cut and fold affair it started as.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by the Captain View Post
                    all those holes have a purpose. i suggest spending some time fabricating hidden hinges for the fenders to mount on so they can swing open for easy engine access. plate the body sides and cut/remount an access in the front half of the transmission tunnel so you can get to the linkage and top bellhousing bolts easier. also cut a fuel pump access in the rear floor panel and....i guess i'm saying to forget those holes and do some cool stuff to it instead, then post pictures of course. i wish i had the stuff to do all that to mine. my transmission access hole, while useful, hasn't become much more than the cut and fold affair it started as.
                    Well, I'm sure they had a purpose at one time. Got rid of the hole for the clutch a while ago. Check my rebuild thread http://jeep-forums.4wd.com/showthrea...-Rebuild/page3 and you can see the big hole for the AC is gone! I know there are several more I can eliminate. I can easily access my fuel pump. I cut a section out of my fuel tank on the bottom and mounted the pump there, covered it with some diamond plate for protection from trail hazards.
                    Last edited by NOCHEEPGAS; 06-24-2010, 09:21 PM.

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                    • #11
                      Found this! http://www.jeep-cj.com/forums/f7/so-...ass-body-4488/

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Slydeco View Post
                        Way cool! Thanks a bunch!

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