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Parcel Shelves

Discussion in 'Interior' started by KahunaKombi, Oct 6, 2006.

  1. flatfourfanatic

    flatfourfanatic New Member

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    Hi ooncey,

    Great job on the parcel shelf, it looks great in place!
    I was thinking of building something similar to this for my 74 bay,
    do you happen to have any dimensions or how you attached it for the parcel shelf you built?

    Thanks,

    Yuri
     
  2. ooncey

    ooncey New Member

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    Yuri

    Sorry for the late reply, I'm just in the process of moving house (not a pleasant experience!).

    I'll get the dimensions for you in the next couple of days. I fixed it with some small brackets twisted and screwed onto the back of the dash. The other brackets small L shaped brackets I fixed to the body of the car one adjacent to the fuse box and the same on the other side.

    Cheers

    OONCEY
     
  3. flatfourfanatic

    flatfourfanatic New Member

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    Hey ooncey,

    Not a worry at all, I wish you all the best with moving, and thankyou very much, its greatly appreciated :)

    Regards

    Yuri
     
  4. Hooch n Lol

    Hooch n Lol New Member

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  5. Hooch n Lol

    Hooch n Lol New Member

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    Maybe this will show the pictures instead of the link.....sorry.
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  6. flatfourfanatic

    flatfourfanatic New Member

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    Thanks Hooch n Lol,

    Thats looks really good, and the underside photo is really helpful!
    I will be building some form of parcel shelf within two weeks,
    this gives me plenty to mull over throughout exams!

    Cheers

    Yuri
     
  7. johnnybegood

    johnnybegood Member

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    INSTRUCTIONS.... what instructions?-
    I was told there are non- you pretty just get some screws and go for it.

    I'm keen to see them if you can post or email.
    There are a couple of obvious places to fix with screws...some of the pics posted on here are useful.

    my hands will be shaking as that drill punctures thru whatever metal/plastic you drill into. I've got those door ducts to contend with too, so chop away until the parcel tray fits but not too much or it will look like crap. A little template would be useful.
    Anyway...
     
  8. melissa

    melissa Administrator Staff Member

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    They do not come with instructions.
    Look at page 2 of this thread for the photos from KahunaKombi.
    Its very easy.
     

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