Thanks, Bob. I have the parts manual, just not the part. That's how I
realized I was missing something. I see the two holes to attach it at
the rear under the glovebox door, but have hadn't seen anywhere for it
to attach at the firewall. I'll look for the welded nut at the
firewall. As I keep consuming parts maybe I'll run across it but I'm
near the last of the parts and haven't found it yet. If I don't find
one I'll just fabricate it. It doesn't look very complicated.
1966 Triumph TR4A
1973 MG Midget
1980 Triumph TR8
2007 Mazda RX8
2002 Yamaha FZ1
2003 Honda ST1300
On 1/30/2010 6:21 PM, Bob wrote:
> I have that bracket on my 63 TR4. It is secured by 2 fine threaded phillips
> screws on the front just under the glove box. The bracket has 2 welded nuts on
> the front for the screws. The rear is attached with 1 1/4 28 bolt through and
> attaches to a welded nut on the body.
> The part # is 610592 and is called a dash bracket.
> The end that faces towards the engine is angled at about 30 degrees in order
> to conform with firewall area.
> Every once in awhile I see them come up on Ebay.
> I am guessing it should be there for the 4A as I have one on my 72 TR6 project
> that fits in the same place and is the same bracket.
> Look at the TR4 parts manual and you will find the part as # 49 on page 169.
> If you need a copy of the parts manual .pdf, email me off list and I will ship
> one to you.
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