There sould be bolts with little locking tab washers along the edges, screws along the foward and maybe back edges that go thru molding if memory serves me right. the two cross beams are held in by 4 bolts each, push up on the braces with your shoulder / back as you take out the bolts, the brace is sort of under tension when in. This is especially helpful when reinstalling the braces. I think thats it. maybe there are screws instead of bolts down the sides and there might be molding to remove down the sides too, its been a while. But that should be it
I made my own liner out of plastic corrugated sign board with speaker fabric glued to it, there wasnt much left of my original. This was on a 73, not sure if youurs is the same.
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73 Wagoneer - 4.6L Stroker (yeah baby!!) t176/d300, 3.73's, 33" muds, 4"spring lift, 2" body. Offy dualport w/ Quadrajet, pertronix, flowmaster.