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Scott Rod panels & washer bottle?

Discussion in 'SN-95 and New Edge Mustangs' started by Blkkbgt, Jan 3, 2021.

  1. Blkkbgt

    Blkkbgt Well-Known Member Premium Member Established Member

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    Has anyone seen a Scott Rod inner fender panel install that kept the washer bottle WITHOUT modding the panels?

    From what I have seen and can tell keeping the stock bottle on the stock location would require some fabrication that I don't want to jump into.

    Has there a way to keep my stock bottle or an alternative I can install?

    NO I am not ditching it for a cleaner look either so please don't bother suggesting it.

    Please toss out whatever practical ideas you have especially if you've installed these panels.
     
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    Mustang5L5 Active Member Established Member

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    I don’t think there’s any way other than cutting the hole. I know if you call up, then can cut a few holes for you if you provide them measurements.

    I was going to go this route with my fox, but I was keeping most of the stock components in locstion, I just wanted to clean up the unused Swiss cheese holes. Ended up just welding them all up individually.
     
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    Blkkbgt Well-Known Member Premium Member Established Member

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    I agree. Especially considering I want to also do a wire tuck and move the fuse box into the fender.

    I am also exploring custom/universal bottles.

    Originally I started filling all the holes but came to realize I'll never be happy with the outcome so Scott Rod panels it is.
     

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