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11-28-2006 08:13 PM
sheet metal work

thanks DD, I will search that out. I definitely want to limit my mistakes and this is the place to squash them! Thanks!!

11-28-2006 04:27 PM
DOUBLEDICK billG in the hotrodders lounge is the thread"55 to 59 chevy truck owners"there are some guys with project journals that may be of help to you.check it out.
11-27-2006 05:32 PM
colormecrazy That's a matter of preference. If it is easier to put them in together, go for it. But, as you've stated, I would not advise doing both sides at ones.
11-27-2006 05:25 PM
59 chevy stepside sheet metal replacement?

Hey all,

I'm in the process of replacing bad sheet metal on my 59 chevy stepside.
The toeboards need replacing, along with the lower door hinge pillar.

Is it a best practice to just work on on piece at a time, or since they join to work on them at the same time? My plan is to do one side at a time, not both at once to maintain as much ridgitity as possible.



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