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Old 12-27-2004, 02:46 PM
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drivers side floor complete

To: Stangman & red65 mustang

Thanks to both of you for the feedback, I'll check out that site stangman.

I have one floor complete, one floor extension support replaced, I've rebuilt the frame rail and welded in a new plate on the end of the rocker panel beam under where the torque box fits. The torque box doesn't quite fit the way I would like it too so am taking a break today and will tackle it tomorrow. suspect I need to make some minor modifications to it. the floor fit like a glove and the torque box is close so am happy with the supplier so far.

I braced the rocker panel with some square tubing to the floor which seem to hold things aligned while I worked on the floor and frame. Couldn't use my door, missing a hinge that I seem to get outbid on whenever they are available on ebay. Resisting buying a new one as they are expensive. Will post some new pictures this week.
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