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01-27-2013 04:01 PM Cab rebuld cont.
One thing that I mind is trying to tighten or even start a bolt when I canít reach the nut. So I bought a bunch of these weld in nuts and Iím putting them every ware.


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01-27-2013 03:58 PM Cab rebuld cont.
After welding in the plug and grinding it down I took a smaller hole saw bit and cut a new hole in its proper place. I test fit the tire mount and it donít look too bad, notice the difference in the space to the front of the chrome plate and the front of the cab.


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01-27-2013 03:54 PM Cab rebuld cont.
My truck has a front fender spare tire mount. While breaking the cab down I noticed that the hole in the cab was larger than the chrome plate that goes in the hole. I used a hole saw bit to cut a plug to weld in the hole. Since the hole was in a hard to reach, with clamps, so I used another piece of ľĒ scrap and sandwiched the plug in place for welding.


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01-27-2013 03:50 PM Cab rebuld cont.
Ok here is how I used these aligning pieces. After installing the jams again I added some bolts, heavy washers and some scrap ľĒ stock with ľĒ holes drilled and tighten everything in place which brought the jam in to near perfect alignment. Iíll weld these all together and fill the gap in later.


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01-20-2013 02:38 PM Cab rebuld cont.
While fitting the newer jams I found that they were about 5/8Ē shorter than the space needed. after some though I took some careful measurements and bent a piece of metal to fit inside of the window post and the top of the jam. I marked and drilled some holes that I can weld some nuts to the inside of the insert. Iíll bolt this fast to tighten up the fit so that I can weld it in later.


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