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Old 06-04-2015, 12:56 PM   #1
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I forgot to take a pic of my rockgard arms before I took them off

Getting almost done with my restoration. My 64 Overlander had the rockguard with the wavy fiberglass. I'm replacing that with 1/4" UV protected lexan, and I removed the support arms so I could replace all the rusted parts, but can't find a picture of which way the arms were before I took them off. My guard had small thumb screws. I believe I have it mostly figured out from the subtle scratches, but really want to make sure I get the right parts on there facing the right way before they're riveted on. any pics would help if you have somethign from that era.
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