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Old January 19th, 2012, 08:59 AM
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don't know if he's changed his policy but the old guy who owns and operates yrm from his home wouldn't ship to the US last time I dealt with him.
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Old January 31st, 2012, 08:59 AM
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I just bought some repair panels from him a few months ago. No problem on shipping but communication was spotty.
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I just got some stuff from yrm metal and it was fast - the stuff got here in less then a week was shipped ups

now I need to see if i am going to restore my 110 or live with it
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Got some painting done. Time to assemble.
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wow nice
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Old February 18th, 2012, 03:51 PM
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Old February 18th, 2012, 06:15 PM
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If you still need the floor panels I have one from a td5 truck if that will work.
I think its the left hand side.
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I think I am good with the Flooe panels, but thank you.
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Does anyone have any advice/recommendation on cut the old footwells out? Should I cut them out?
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Old February 26th, 2012, 06:35 PM
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I used a sawzall and a bimetal extra short blade. Was so effective I went through my clutch line as well...LOL

Used a 4 in grinder to straighten it up ad migged them in
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Thanks for the info, can I just rivet them in?
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Personally I wouldn't. When they are in they give the bulkhead a lot of strength, welding would br besg I think
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Ok, thanks again for the info.
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Old February 28th, 2012, 06:36 PM
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I have ordered new t-posts that are primed black and my truck is re. Is there a company that can mix the paint for spray cans? I thought I saw a thread awhile back for this.
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You're going to dip those new t-posts, right? wink wink
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Was not planning on it as the original ones lasted this long. Does anyone know of a galvanizer in the Chicago, as I will get a price quote to see what the cost would be.
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Rumor has it that Chicagoland is liberal with the winter time salt. I would strongly suggest that you consider a galvy run with as many of the steel bits as you can muster. T-posts, bulkhead, cappings, door frames ... everything that is ever exposed to the elements. Not dipping them when they are already off the truck is false economy. There must be a few people in Chicagoland interested in getting stuff dipped.
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Yes the salt sucks here and that is why the truck will be stored during the salt season.
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Looks great! What kind of headers are you using? Did you have to modify them to clear for the steering?

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