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Plastic Christmas tree clips, I think. They snap into the little support rail that mounts to the body tub. I have those rails in the shed but the clips are gone. Would a photo of those rails help?
Yes.

But the holes will be different for panels with the metal spring clips.
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The panels with metal spring clips just have a slit not a peanut hole.
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I sent him some pics with the plastic clips. He can see them, I think.

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I think the attachment points can be worked out once you have the basic shape cut. Then you can fit it and mark the slots or holes directly and modify it from there.

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Fine by me. That rail can be positioned on the back of the panel as a drilling template and you can drill it from the back side so the holes are spot on.
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hopefully i can work on it some more today. i was totally swamped the last few days.

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I made my panels about a year and a half ago. Still have to get them covered. Got some matching vinyl, just gotta find an upholsterer to let me use a sewing machine.

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Its a good thing I asked you to take actual measurements. Man those scans really lost scale resolution on scanning. They were like 2 1/2 inches short from end to end.

Im working on it tonight, making some progress.

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also, is this square? or some odd rectangle?

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I sent you the file (email), but I forgot about the cutout I asked about in the above question. so send me that info and I will adjust and send it back.

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14 5/8" from the corner.
3" wide
2 3/4" high

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When you update, please email me the newer version. I'll get it printed and confirm dimensions against the original panel.

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any updates with this? anxiously awaiting the day i can send these to the plotter...
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I owe him some hole positions (the bed rail screw holes). I'm the delay at this point. I'll try to get those to him tonight.

We haven't started on the door panel templates yet.

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Door panels are very important to me.
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ive been out of town. im back now. I will finish up what we started today hopefully.

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This is the vacation time of the year and I know family comes way ahead of our projects. No problems waiting on the outcome. Providing moral support for those that are working on this. Please don't let it fall to the wayside and give up on it. What you are doing is important. Thanks for all your hard work.
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yea buddy! For the whole dang community!
you guys give a shout if you need some assistance from those of us who are watching and waiting.

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Thanks guys. What I need to do is pay to have the panel template printed, lay the original on top of it and verify/correct as needed. I also need to send him the dimensions for the top holes. That should be enough to call these side panels "done" at that point.

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slap up yer PayPal and we can get a few donations to help out with this project.
no reason you should have to do all this work and pay out of your pocket when we are all going to gain here.

I ain't got a whole lot up on PP, but I can toss a $20 to this project.

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