Jason, Would you like the dimensions?

I read a comment you made about the splash guard for the battery. Would you like the dimensions?

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Comment by Jason Edge on August 16, 2014 at 8:18pm

Note, Once I get the dimensions I have a sheet of masticated rubber and can create a template and cut as many as I want.  For anyone with a1964 missing this piece (probably most of you), I'll sell for $10 + s/h (probably $6 priority in USA).  Jimmy, you get one on the house if you come up with the specs. 

Comment by Jason Edge on August 16, 2014 at 8:15pm

Yes I am curious of dimensions. I also need to know how far from left edge and top edge the top left bolt hole center is located to be able to cut for approximate placement.

The upper left attaching bolt is a 3/8" hex head bolt with washer bolted to small right able bracket held in place via 5/16" hex head metal screws from the bottom of the upper grill assembly top painted triangular section. It is approx. 8.5" from right edge of the upper triangular piece as seen in picture below:

Comment by Jimmy Davis on August 16, 2014 at 7:38pm

One hole in the rubber was mounted on the bolt in the highlighted circle. I cannot find where the other was mounted on the part car the rubber came from, or, my driver car.

Comment by Ray Schick on August 16, 2014 at 6:39pm

Hey Jimmy , where exactly is that shield mounted ? I see the bolt holes in it. That is a factory item?

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