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Author Topic: Suggestions for Rusting Rocker Panels  (Read 522 times)
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« on: 06/15/17 06:50 am »

Condition of my z71 is pretty mint. I'm really anal so I fix anything right away as I find. My drivers side rocker is rusting and am planning on getting it replaced. What I want to know is what I can do to prep her before I take to my body guy....also, what are the proper steps he should be doing when replacing?  what should he be removing before replacing, like doors, cladding, etc. I want to make sure if there are things I can do before I hand it off they are not ruined/scratched, etc. Hope that makes sense and thanks for any input.   Couldn't find any posts on this as well.
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« Reply #1 on: 06/15/17 12:05 pm »

My passenger rear door rocker has totted through.
But need rear end fixed first! Beating
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« Reply #2 on: 06/26/17 10:53 am »

Raybuck makes replacement panels for cladded trucks now!

www.raybuck.com
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