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Old 06-10-2018, 05:28 PM
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Default 1969 camaro evaporator box and inner box to firewall hardware question

Hello Camaro enthusiasts When I bought my 69 Camaro thw AC evaporator and the hardware were in a box. I know that the inner box is held on by 3 studs molded into the box and quarter 20 Bolt. I know to sheet metal screws 5/16 I believe hold the evaporator case to the inner box and two sheet metal screws hold the evaporator box where the blower motor is mounted. I cannot for the life of me figure out where this sheet metal threaded Rod combo goes. Does anybody know and could possibly provide a picture. Thank you
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Does this help?
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Sure does. Thanks alot
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Agreed. When looking at other pictures of other cars everyone is using a bolt in that area. You would think the housing would sit on the head nut and not flat on the firewall.
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