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    Steel rear crossmember to body support panel ( item SHTML-18)

    Hello,

    I'am new here and I'am from Beek in the Netherlands. I bought by Kaiser Willys a replacement steel rear crossmember to body support panel ( item SHTML-18) for my station wagon. Unfortunately, I can not discover where the 4 small parts need to be mounted. From Kaiser Willys I heard: " If you look just inside of the tail pan panel you will see the crossmember under your rear tailgate valence panel. ", but with that answer I will not go any further. Is there someone who has photos showing how those parts need to be assembled? Many thanks in advance.

    Jos Noben
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    Jos,

    I will try and get you a few pictures of my wagon. Mine is in need of that panel as well, but there might be enough information there to help you out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmwillys View Post
    Jos,

    I will try and get you a few pictures of my wagon. Mine is in need of that panel as well, but there might be enough information there to help you out.


    That will be fine. Thanks
    Jos

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    Jos,

    The two C channel pieces go on the ends of the replacement panel, then the triangle pieces tie the two together for strength.
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    I am very grateful to you. Thank you very, very very much.

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    Jos,

    No problem Sir. We are here to help whenever we can.

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