Do you need to modify the blower box on a 1st gen to lay frame on 20's in a 1st gen? I pulled my A/C so i picked up the non A/C blower box to replace the bulky A/C one...do i need to modify it at all?
The thing is, I'm painting my firewall in a couple months when my motor is out. I'm doing my tubs then, and I wanted to know what I needed to do with the blower, or if i should just shave it. That way, when I do get the 20's, I don't have to try to re-do my firewall with the fenders and motor in place. thanks for the help though. sorry for thinking things out ahead of time.clean n low said:you'll find out once you have 20's and lay frame.
OK cool, well my new blower box was only $5, so i'm gonna try to move the motor up a bit and section the bottom. It won't line up 100% with tht hole in the firewall, but it'll be better than nothin....maybe I'll make a funky fiberglass one or sumthin. How much do i need to cut off the bottom for clearance if i'm gonna run a 245/35?railn20s said:I layframe with my a/c in my first gen with 20's up front, I have to modify the factory blower box and the blower motor, but you can jsut build a new blower box, that what I am looking into doing right now
This is something else i'm thinking of...a small 12V heater in the dash with a little 12V fan above it blowing air through the defrost vent. i'm gonna look into this more.LoW_1 said:yeah but that heater uses engine coolant, I need one that is 12v because I have already shaved my firewall...
Can someone please get some details on that unit... I heard that you can get a 12v ceramic heater at advanced auto for like $30....