How does a 1971 Sport Fury grille come apart?

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  1. Beep Beep Dave

    Beep Beep Dave Well-Known Member

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    I don't have the grille in front of me but what tools do you need to take a 1971 Sport Fury grille apart and what is involved. I would like to have it in two halves if possible for easy transportation.

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    Dave
     
  2. '69FuryIIIConvertible

    '69FuryIIIConvertible Senior Member FCBO Gold Member

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    Mostly basic hand tools, ie #2 Phillips, 7/16 socket or wrench, 1/2 socket or wrench. I can double check the 70 hideaway in my basement
     
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    CanCritter Senior Member

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    71.....3 front pieces and the 2 lamp assemblys....little bit of patience needed...no biggie
     
  4. Beep Beep Dave

    Beep Beep Dave Well-Known Member

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    The grille is already out of the car. It is in one piece and I need to make it smaller to transport.

    Thanks,
    Dave
     
  5. 70 Sport Suburban

    70 Sport Suburban Active Member FCBO Gold Member

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    There's 3 bolts in the middle then it will come apart into 2 pieces. Should just need a 7/16 wrench and a socket.
     
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  6. Fury440

    Fury440 Old Fart with a dead Fury FCBO Gold Member

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    Take pictures for reassembly.
    Be very gentle - white metal is very easily broken.
     
  7. mr. fix it

    mr. fix it Old Man with a Hat

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    I was going to suggest this[​IMG]

    but the ratchet & socket suggestion is a better option if you want to reassemble it in the future.
     
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