Re: (HELP) rusted out floor board corners
Having just replaced my drivers side floor and cab support, I can tell you that it wasn't very hard, just time consuming. Not wanting to ruin my new panels I followed the old rule of "measure twice, and cut once". I started by pulling out the carpet and seat then laying the new panel in place and scribed it all along the edge so that I would have the outline of the new panel and could use it as a guide to cut the floor. Then I cut out all the rust which was more extensive than I thought. (It always is!) Then I removed the floor support and bolted the new one in place. Then I welded it. I had to make a few alterations to the floor pan, but after I was satisfied with the way it fit I welded it too. It took me about 12 hours mostly because I chose to exercise caution and I was low on beer.[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/smile.gif[/img][img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/shocked.gif[/img]
77 GMC Jimmy aka the Greyghost
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