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Old 04-18-2013, 07:20 PM
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next project rust hole

right on top of the roof. I have to fix it before it starts to leak.
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doing to put bed liner across the entire roof or do a true fix patch panel/paint/etc?
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Old 04-18-2013, 08:30 PM
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Hopefully actual fix, good luck
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Im actually going to finish it proper. I like this truck. Otherwise I would just blob some silicone on it and move on. Its probably rusted all the way through the metal, the fun part will be doing all the work from 1 side without removing the head liner.
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Good luck with that idea
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looks like its not rusted through going to get some better sanding bits today
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Sandblasting or cutting out and replacing the rusted piece is the only CORRECT way to fix it
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