Rusty Rocker Replacement - how to w/pics

Discussion in 'Gen 1 & 2 - Guides (For How-to guides, NOT how-to ' started by SHOBlu, Jun 24, 2010.

  1. marvsho17

    marvsho17 Joshua S.

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    To the o.p., that looks really good.

    Has anyone ordered from the RustRepair website?? I'm interested in the dog legs and rockers.
     
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    zblackbeast SHOtarded

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    yo.. its great, shipping is a GREAT price and high quality.. As long as you measure and cut correctly, they pop right in.!
     
  3. NebraskaSHO

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    What happened to all the pictures!!!
     
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    those were really great shots hope he gets them back up
     
  5. SHOBlu

    SHOBlu Habitual Offndr

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    Pictures fixed!

    I totally forgot that I rearranged my Photobucket and the pics in this thread got broken. I've edited my posts and fixed the pics.

    Thanks to everyone for their props! I hope this helps people to tackle this job and doesn't get lost in the archives of the forum.

    Rich
     
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    This is a very nice job. Thank you, man, for sharing. bY the way, couple of years ago, a friend of mine bought floded car which had water in rocker panels. He drilled few holes, drained water and then sealed them up again and put used motor oil into rockers, which I think, was a good idea, but that's too late for my car.
     
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  7. dohcsable

    dohcsable Gold Calipers>*

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    I'll be tackling this here before long, my 95 isn't as bad(from the outside), but it needs the help. Thank you very much for the how to!!! If you're ever in Indiana for a convention(if we ever get another) I'll owe you a frosty brew
     
  8. SHObogdan1

    SHObogdan1 SHO Member

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    Hi SHOBlu, thank-you for adding this rocker panel replacement guide, you did a really nice job on it. I have a similar problem on my 93 ATX. Just out of curiosity, what dimensions did you use for the new rocker panel?
     

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