Originally Posted by Handy_andy_cv64
OK, I'll keep that in mind. Have you tried one of those metal flame spray rigs? A member on Ranchero.us says his has given him the ability to rescue thinned, pockmarked panels without having to cut and patch.
Haven't seen those before. Interesting process
Rear floor 90% complete, just need to add a few brackets and paint the floor. The small dents in the wheel tubs will be hidden by the large boxes that go on both sides of the seat. One houses the rear heat/AC unit. The other is just storage, but I think I'm going to build a sub box into part of it.
Passenger quarter welded on
Put a small hole in the gas tank, so that was dropped. It was kinda rusty anyway.
New tank, broke the sending unit pulling it out, so I'm still waiting on one of those.
Sandblasted and painted the tailgate access panel
Adding the second fuel door to the drivers quarter panel. Tabco disappointed me again :( The whole fuel door area isn't indented as much as the factory one we are grafting in, and the finger cup area is not as defined as the factory one.
Panel got a little warped after the welding. Out comes the stud gun.