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TF dash Removal
« on: February 28, 2018, 01:00:27 PM »

Hi guys im new to this forum i got myself a TF 250 crossy im doing a full resto on it. I had a nice TE years ago and loved it hence doin what im doin, im not super mechanically minded nore done a full resto before so any help would be much appreciated.
Ive got a problem trying to remove the complete dash out of the car,so i can get to the car shell behind it. Ive taken all the plastic, aircon ,all left is the dash pad, heater crap, wiring and the steel cage the dash bolts to it seems ive taken all the nuts and bolts off but its rock solid, its got me beat. I really need to get it all out as i need to cut and weld some rust i found behind the wipper motor. Any advise would be great as its the only thing holing me up thanks fellas.   

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