I'm not aware of the baffles you mention but I changed my car from auto to 4 speed and the only thing I had to do was weld the Z-bar bracket to the frame. I cut a small piece out of the drivers side inner fender well bottom to do that. If that is what you are referring to there is a good picture of where the bracket should be placed on Bro's tech site.
There’s not much room between the baffle and the bracket for the clutch bell crank Boston I wouldn’t be surprised if after I’m out this that’s enough for the ball stud rubs the baffle? Also in the assembly manual it says that it’s the baffle is only used on one certain car
Post by fromthegrave65 on May 30, 2020 20:58:20 GMT -5
But I didn't/don't have the original drivers side fender (and possibly inner?) was from a cutlass and a different color than car..
You are correct the chassis manual says only the Jetway cars have the baffle on the L.H. driver's side. Never saw that, but looked it up after you mentioned it.
Regardless, it was on there. Never had a rubbing issue on there. It would only possibly touch the threaded bolt and nut on the outside of the bracket. Maybe I won't put it back on when I get the fenders back on. One less thing to paint.