Join Date: Sep 2008
Location: dowling ontario canada
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most shops leave the old skin on, all they do is grind the edges off and overlap the new peice to the old skin and spot weld. This saves time in labour. Miself I cut the old metal out and butweld the new and old together, grind smooth and I apply a thin coat of fiberglass before I put bodyfiller just incase I have pinholes in my weld moisture wont bleed through and cause bubbles in the finish later on. for a first timer doing it ourself, I would say it would take you a good part of the day, if you have welding skills a little less.
Custom crew cab by me, DTT transmission internals,DB 48re single disk converter, Airdog 150, KDP tabed,ARP head studs, DDP stage 2 injectors, 100 plate, custom AFC, 60# valves springs, colt stage 3 big stick, 4k gsk, BD Super B, BD 3PC exhaust manifold, silverline 4" SS downpipe, 4" magnaflow exhaust with MBRP muffler, amsoil eaau4510 air filter, Custom front and rear bumpers by me, Autometer gauges, Toyo AT2's on 20x10 fuel hostage, custom 2" body lift, custom control arms, custom trac bar and bracket.