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Old 12-11-2014, 12:24 PM
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Firewall question

What ARE the threaded holes and round thingies for on my 1952 F-1? And how do I make my picture smaller?
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Old 12-11-2014, 12:27 PM
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Those are where the throttle bell crank mounts if I am seeing the picture correctly.
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The picture size is just fine, but we need a picture with you standing farther back now so that we can get oriented to the location.
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Those are where the throttle bell crank mounts if I am seeing the picture correctly.


Ray was typing at the same time as me. I'd say he's right. About the right spacing.
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I was bent over under the dash when I took the picture.

The holes and thingies are just to the right of the gas pedal and above the transmission cover.

These are inside the cab.
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It's where the throttle linkage is retained on the engine side of the firewall. The cups seen here serve as a retainer for the firewall insulator.

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Ah so! Thanks, Wayne.
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There's two sets of holes on a 52. The uppers in your pic are for your V8, the lower set of captive nuts are for the OHV6 215 engine's accelerator linkage that was new for 52. Stu
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