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I Have Installed New Cab Corners In A 1971 Cheyenne And Made Sure To Put The Cuts Behind The Chrome. I Have Very Little Body Work To Do Not Sure If I Should Use Glass First Or Just Plastic Filler.

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Filler is fine as long as it's not too thick, not more than 1/8" to 3/16".

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Thanks I Have Already Worked The Corners In With Filler Ready To Paint And My Buddy Told Me I Should Have Used Glass So I Started Second Guessing Myself

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