What diameter hole do i need to make in the dash to accommodate this clock? I have a 1959 CJ3B, and it had a hole cut in the dash to the left of the steering wheel that I plan to use for this clock. I have rebuilt the entire tub by hand (excepting the front floor pans and tailgate) from the cowl seams down, including bed and rear wheel wells, rebuilt the bottom 1/4 of the windshield frame, repaired holes in the grill and cowl and manufactured cowl steps.I also rebuilt the transmission (installing it was a two-man job, or so I felt, after I had installed it alone).
Asked by Randy the autonomous from Converse, Texas on
Hi Randy, This Crown Automotive Instrument Panel Clock requires a 2.5" hole to mount. Thanks for your inquiry.
Answered by Jim G Ext 4806 from Converse, Texas on
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