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1950 Ford F1 inner fender to frame connector

I am replacing my inner fender to frame connectors on both sides (I am missing the drivers side). I assume they are the same. Can anyone take a picture of theirs so that I can determine what washer combination should be used? It also looks like on the drivers side the battery tray hooks into it also? Is there a washer in between it and the inner fender? Here is what I think is the proper fastener, is that right?


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Are you talking about the dogleg at the lower bottom?


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Yes, that bolt and the bolt on the opposite side (drivers side).
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The battery tray is on the driver's side for the I6 only. It is on the passenger side for the V8.
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Yes, I have the 226.
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You might want to consider not attaching the dogleg. They were eliminated in '52 because they always tear, just like the one in my picture. Instead you just use the two bolts along the flange


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I do not have that bolt on either side so I guess I need to find them. What is the proper washer, panel, nut setup?

Also, I have a friend working on a '51 and he swears there should be some sort of spring in that setup also.


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The Illustrations catalog shows the fastener is part number *16754 but there is no mention of it in the Text Catalog reprint. The star indicates it can be improvised.

Is that fastener available somewhere?
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