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    jo t4's Avatar Unemployed (Platinum)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hans View Post
    Every time i see the pictures i wonder what's hiding under my bubbles. I start to worry........

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    Fruitbat's Avatar You need to get out more (Gold)
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    Nice work

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    Well a little more rust chasing tonight, this time the rear end. Some areas worse than expected, the off side rear bumper mount panel has almost completely rotted away. Rear chassis is mint so that's better than expected
    Won't be long before we crank the welder up and get cracking.
    Also need to decide if I'm going to repair the corroded area on the rear bumper support or find a good one.
    Overall I think this van has been rescued just in time, probably another MOT would have seen it at the scrap yard.

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    Following with great interest they are always worth saving. The back bit under the bumper does look familiar Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by S49 View Post
    Following with great interest they are always worth saving. The back bit under the bumper does look familiar Click image for larger version. 

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    Looking like we have a pair of twins

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    Great thread this. Thanks. Filling the void in my life left by project binky.
    Ven vamos a follar los monos

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    Glad you're enjoying it mate
    Managed a couple of hours this afternoon while the missus was out with the kids at a birthday party. Just a little bit done...but every little helps. Decided just to tackle removing the ply floor just in case any horrors lay beneath. Got quite a shock once I had taken it out, is it normal to find this much crap underneath?
    Anyway after much scrubbing and sweeping I can confirm all is good. Makes a nice change, and gave me some time left so quickly cut the sealant out for the offside window and then cut the panel out.
    Some advice needed by one of you window fitters, do the inner and outer panels need flattened and bonded together?

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    I believe they do, yes. Although I have never done one.
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    I think you tap the outter panel gently to meet the inner? Some bond the two some spot weld.

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    Quote Originally Posted by S49 View Post
    I think you tap the outter panel gently to meet the inner? Some bond the two some spot weld.
    Typical...just sold my spot welder on EBay couple of months ago as I had only used it twice in 5 years
    Won't be today though, 12 hour shift awaiting 10.30am-10.30pm. Perfect Sunday I think not.

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