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Old 06-20-2011, 08:35 AM
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Here are the pictures of closing and flattening the punched holes in the steel. The hole in the last picture is a positioning hole drilled in the steel from the factory and also in the new panel. There are two positioning holes. That picture also shows the punchings closed and flattened. To attach the two pieces together, you just spray contact adhesive on both parts, mate up the positioning holes and press the two parts together with the panel on the inside of the steel piece.
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