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Old 04-16-2006, 11:07 AM   #1
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can someone tell me where i can find my build sheet on my 04? i read someplace in here that its found in the front re-bar??? what would that be ?,, thanks rj
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Check your glovebox.
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Old 04-16-2006, 12:57 PM   #3
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Check your glovebox.
What you are referring to in the glovebox is NOT the build sheet.

redjetty,
The build sheet is a folded printer sheet in the front crossmember frame rail (which is a hollow boxed member). I think the only way you can get to it is by removing the front fascia. An easier way to obtain one (albeit not "original") is to order one from the NCM.
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What you are referring to in the glovebox is NOT the build sheet.

redjetty,
The build sheet is a folded printer sheet in the front crossmember frame rail (which is a hollow boxed member). I think the only way you can get to it is by removing the front fascia. An easier way to obtain one (albeit not "original") is to order one from the NCM.


You are correct, you have to remove the front fascia (bumper cover) and the front bumper (foam pad) then you reach in the end of the front impact bar (front frame cross section) and pull out the sheet.

Anyone know how much the NCM charges for the sheet?
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Anyone know how much the NCM charges for the sheet?
I suspect the NCM's website would state the cost.
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You are correct, you have to remove the front fascia (bumper cover) and the front bumper (foam pad) then you reach in the end of the front impact bar (front frame cross section) and pull out the sheet.

Anyone know how much the NCM charges for the sheet?
I just purchased two, one for my 2000 and one for my 1985. They were $25 and $30 laminated. I can't remember which was which, but it is I believe $10 more if you are not a member of the NCM. They look terrific.

Good luck... GUSTO
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i've got a thread on this, let me find it, have pics and location
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here ya go, if you are local i'll help you remove the build sheet(takes about an hour)

http://forums.corvetteforum.com/show...highlight=ncrs

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