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i see, thanks.....
anyone know what part of the frame i should inspect? Got a heat warning here of 115 so i need help!
It will be on the right (passenger side) frame rail anywhere from the firewall to the radiator. The 48-50's were all supposed to be next to the radiator in the V8,or to the rear of the radiator on the 6 cylinder model, according to some manuals the 51 and 52's were above the axle on the same right frame rail.
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Top of right frame rail, just behind the radiator. If you take off the RF wheel/tire, and take out the panel that is part of the inner fender, it will give you a lot more room to scrub. Don't sand or grind, it isn't stamped deeply. A scotchbrite coarse pad works well.

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It will be on the right (passenger side) frame rail anywhere from the firewall to the radiator. The 48-50's were all supposed to be next to the radiator in the V8,or to the rear of the radiator on the 6 cylinder model, according to some manuals the 51 and 52's were above the axle on the same right frame rail.
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Top of right frame rail, just behind the radiator. If you take off the RF wheel/tire, and take out the panel that is part of the inner fender, it will give you a lot more room to scrub. Don't sand or grind, it isn't stamped deeply. A scotchbrite coarse pad works well.

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