Not sure if this pic will help you or not. The dumbass I got the car from cut the whole apron out like an idiot. I do remember it being up kinda high though.
Chris that car was clean bro!
Yea I went out last night and did the last bit of cutting needed to fit them in. Ended up cutting them all the way up to the pinch welds on top and still needed to cover that edge with a door edge guard as the pipe is still rubbing it. After that I had to cut part of the bottom out to get it in the last 1/2" so the almost the entire stock panel was cut out behind the scottrod panels. Everything will be inside the fenders is getting hit with POR15 for rust and I am not going to finish the mounting bracket for the front till I get the fender back on and the bracket lined up. I am going to make it so that its just hanging off of it so it can still flex when needed but also not hanging all the weight on the clamps/boots.Needs to go higher...JFYI you should cut those stock aprons out to avoid trapping moister and rotting out your scott rods. Would also at least primer the back of the scott rods also
Excuse my slight off topicness, but
Was there a particular reason you swapped strut tower braces?
My GT brace runs my 96 cobra hood a tiny bit... So I either have to get a cobra brace like that or find a way to safely sent the underside of my hood a little bit. Or cut it.
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