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    Quote Originally Posted by droppedf100 View Post
    Man that sucks. At least 1 of our trucks has a bit of rust starting in that overlap so Iím guessing itís worse up further. Post pic of the repair if you donít mind
    I'll try to get up there today and see if he's done it. I'm sort of afraid to post (but I will) because I'd hate to hear "Oof! And you're paying this guy?!?" Haha



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    He didn't have it done when I went up there but he should be sending pics soon.

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    Ah man itís all good. If it were easy everybody would be a body man. You wonít see the repair anyway but preventing it from coming back is the tough part
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    Those LMR wheels look really nice! Now, I'm thinking of selling my american racing wheels to my buddy, and most probably I'll order new ones from lmr.

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    Interior removed and some minor rust on the floor covered with por 15. Next step is Dynamat. Those pictures will be posted when completed

    I personally did the por 15 so it might look rough if someone was expecting it to be from body person which I certainly an not haha

    Are replacement seat belt buckles available anywhere other than junkyard? I am having a hard time finding



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    Are you cleaning the carpet or replacing it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FMOS Racing View Post
    Are you cleaning the carpet or replacing it?
    Oof. Should have mentioned that haha. Was going to clean it (can probably clean up well) but wife bought me replacement carpet

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    You can find some seatbelt parts on eBay. I also need one buckle for my middle seat. The button part fell out. Don't understand how that happens

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    Quote Originally Posted by 95RL View Post
    You can find some seatbelt parts on eBay. I also need one buckle for my middle seat. The button part fell out. Don't understand how that happens
    Nice humble drag about having a middle seat

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    Lol. Can't wait to see your finished product

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    Thanks me tooooo!!! Last update was "a few months" haha

    But I'm not stressing. He's a cool guy and let me come rip out my interior there in his shop.

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    I was told it would be difficult and potentially painful to do the doors this way and it turns out that was accurate haha.

    I didn't cover every last inch and even left some decent sized spaces not covered as I was saving for the roof as well, that should be ok you think?

    I've seen photos both ways. With every inch covered and then photos when it's not. Obviously it's ideal to cover everything but I was assuming (we know what happens with that) that it would be ok doing it how I did??

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    Looks good to me. Your OK not covering every inch. Thatís on my list.


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    The never ending crawl of a teardown continues....

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    I see some nice brakes in the middle pic
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