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Old 04-02-2011, 02:21 AM   #11
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job's done, for now. I used a small piece from the old setup to fill one wing and paneled off the other. I'll make up some shelf units later, need a break.

I dug around and found 4 doors that fit perfectly. They were mis-measured by a cabinet salesman I worked with about 10 years ago. They have a light stain so they aren't a perfect match, but the price is right and they'll do until someone calls me on them.
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Old 04-02-2011, 02:37 AM   #12
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Here is the transition to the Cab headliner and a couple more...
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Buzzard: Thanks for the info on my roof problem WRINKLES What does hold the nose piece to the metal roof I can not tell by the pictures. Thanks wrinkles
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They embedded strips of plywood into the fiberglass. These strips are screwed into the steel roof. The problem I see is that there is about 3 or 4 inches of cap outboard from the connection point. That allows the cap to flex enough to crack the caulk.

Good news is that I think it is a cosmetic issue and the caulk further in still seals the joint. The gap is not as big as it looks at the surface. They caulked at the radius and it is much tighter an inch in.

You may want to use a butyl caulk that skins over. I used polyseamseal.
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Buzzard: Thanks for the info on my roof problem WRINKLES What does hold the nose piece to the metal roof I can not tell by the pictures. Thanks wrinkles
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