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02-26-2013 04:03 PM Cab rebuld cont.
Got the jams tacked and welded in place today. I spot welded the skin to the jams using the existing nail holes. A little more grinding and welding and I should be ready to mount the doors and finish the bear claws with the jam latch bolts.


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02-26-2013 04:01 PM Cab rebuld cont.
Finally Iím ready to weld in the newer steel front door jams


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02-26-2013 03:59 PM Cab rebuld cont.(Rust)
What truck cab doesnít have a rust issue along the lower rear edge? I had the cab up on its nose so I could get a better angle to work on this area. Have you ever used a scaffolding to do body work? I cut some more pieces off that leftover door panel and formed some replacement patches.


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02-26-2013 03:57 PM Cab rebuld cont.(Rust)
I then clamped the patch and welded it into place. A little grinding and some more Rust-Oleum primer to flood the back and inside of the seam to seal it up. Not too bad for a rookie body guy.


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02-26-2013 03:54 PM Cab rebuld cont.(Rust)
The front lower cowl was rusted ob both sides. I cut a small piece of scrap from the leftover door panel. After cutting a curve to copy the curve on the cab I started to work the bend with a crescent wrench and then to my shrinker then back to the crescent wrench then shrinker and so on until I was satisfied with the shape of the patch. I then took some time to cut and fit the patch into the cab.


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