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Old 06-20-2013, 05:18 PM
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Hi everyone! I have had my car apart for so long I need help with some details Now that I finally have a headliner I can put the visors on. I notice that the brackets are mirror images. There is a ridge on one side of each bracket that looks like it's supposed to hook onto the chrome molding above the windshield. Does the ridge go to the front of the car or to the back? Have I stated the case clearly?

p.s. line lock successfully plumbed but not yet wired.
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Old 06-20-2013, 06:30 PM
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The easiest way to tell right from left is the part number on the back. B8S-6304144-A is the right side (passenger) bracket and B8S-6304145-A is the left side bracket. They are not exactly the same.

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You are going to really like that line-lock.

Where did you mount it?
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Thank you John. Greg, I mounted the solenoid on the inner driver's side fender and the button in the ashtray(along with the N2O arming switch and the bottle heater switch). It's time to post a proper picture set in the Our Rides section even though I still have a ways to go on the interior. Got the radio going yesterday for the first time. Ha-sounds pretty good till I start the engine, then the Flowmasters (40 series) take over.
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