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Old 03-06-2011, 03:17 PM
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1st attempt at cab corner repair (pics)

Well here you go. I know you guys like pictures. Here's my 1st attempt at welding and fabrication.
Inner cab before.
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Inner cab afer after cutting out rust and fabing so pieces.
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New corner fitment. Poor at best below the door pillar,
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A little more fabrication and tweeking.
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Another puzzle piece added.
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More to come after welding it up.
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nice big pics.
keep up the good work.
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Nice job correcting the fit, The PO of my truck welded them on as stamped, therefore the fit is not the best. I have plans to cut into them at some point and make the corrections as you did.
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Looking good, keep the photos coming. Thanks.

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