………….There’s not just 4 screws involved…….you can see the speaker presiding at the left in the pic. Being a 1973 model, the OEM speaker wiring was for a “common ground” wire circuit, the Fusion and all other radios of today all require 2 not 1 wire to each speaker. All the speakers must be discrete wired. Power for all the A/V system must pull power from the living area battery…..factory the yellow power wire to the radio pulled off the engine battery…..not good. And then we have other circuits, ICC flasher, illumination,odometer reset, fog lights, etc. Plus cutting the panel to allow the double DIN radio with camera circuit……..took me most of the day to get all that in properly. Next will be the lower panel sand the rear suspension air ride controls. I turned to Mac for this unique panel…..stay tuned for the speakers and side panels going in next……..Abbey Normal has turned out to be a monopod……..Stability is so important on the accuracy of Abbey, our concrete was not the recommended 8″ thick so this 1 3/4″ black style plate was bolted with 1″ bolts to the floor then more 1″ bolts threaded into the steel place we think should hold her in place….But to put her onto her shoe, Jay brought in Big Mo who barely fit into the whole….a real metal MastagonRobbie our little girl lift couldnt hold the smoke……..but Abbey looks small to Big No…..thanks Jay R. for bringing over his toy for the help.Mutcedes broke out of the big house under power from the full roller 455, FiTech with the Forced Fuel system.He’s been begging for a washjob and get out into the sun againso a rinse off and Ricky giving it a few rumps on the gas to the back of the shop NOW….Monday we ride…….
Talk to ya later….