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    I have looked everywhere and I cannot find the drawings. No big deal though, the wood blocks are 2x4 true dimension white oak blocks that are the same length as the 299 feet. You will see that the 299 hangs over the sponson, these blocks accommodate that. The mount should allow about an inch between the back of the radios and the Jeep side panel. The 299 should go as far forward on the drivers side sponson as possible, allowing clearance to the back of the drivers seat.

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    Anyone who needs these drawings can send me an email address in a PM and I'll be happy to send them in reply. I digitized my originals probably 20 years ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by papakb View Post
    Anyone who needs these drawings can send me an email address in a PM and I'll be happy to send them in reply. I digitized my originals probably 20 years ago.
    Are these the same as the dwgs posted on the G503?

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    If the poster was kurt.lesser then yes, they are.

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