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Old 06-06-2006, 08:35 AM
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Tip of the Day #52

Tip of the day #52.
Use rubber hose, like vacuum line or better yet, fuel line hose
for protecting edges or corners for panel reinstalling.
Just cut it down the middle and tape it on to hold.
I use it for hood installation like below

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Hey.... I thought that was a good idea. That is until the customers told me that their cars didn't have them on there before.

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Crafty there ole buddy
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Good one!
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jc, i worked for a corvette shop once that put vac hose all the way around parts. kept from chipping and helps align stuff. was a pain but it worked. doing it by yourself you have to get tricky huh.
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