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Old 07-11-2014, 03:58 AM
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HA along with a new skin!!!!!!!
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I got a dentpuller that'll take care of that tailgate.... no skin needed.
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Are you nuts? that is going to take DAYS to "Fix" that gate, when a NEW ford one can be had for $400
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It'll take a casual afternoon. It's the rebuilding the box corners that are broken off that's bugging me.
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Gotta put these back in place with nothing to go by.... can't even find a good pic so freehanding it is.Click the image to open in full size.
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So, fiberglassing is not the most fun activity I can think of, not so bad when you're just fixing something, almost fun even but when you have to create a shape in mid air, gravity is not your friend. Buying chicken wire tomorrow and making a cage/cradle to lay the fiberglass onto.
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Hay looking at putting a 69 crew on 95 powerstroke ext cab 4x4 long box frame. My ext cab has about 6 inches more wheelbase than the crew. I was thinking move the firewall and mounts. I looked back through the tread. Most of early pics are gone do u happen to have them on photobucket or somewhere online so i could look at them. Thanks
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