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Need help with Body repair problems

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#1 stump


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Posted 30 August 2003 - 08:42 AM

I've got an '84 Brat, no AC, no power steering. I've got to rhino-line the bed, after repair and rebuild the typical rust areas in the wheel wells. Where can I get replacement rear wheel wells and a lift kit? Any ideas on the best way to remove rust protector from the underside of the bed before I clean, repair and repaint?

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Posted 30 August 2003 - 09:37 AM

i havent seen replacement wheel wells yet, recommend fibreglas to repair...

lift kits can be had from USA or 'strailia
one of the guys on the board here, sells a stainless steel lift kit
seems the average cost is around 300.00 plus shipping

old undercoat seems to come off with a 2" wide scraper,
not one of the thin steel ones from the lumber store,
but a thick bronze one....kinda chip at it. pops right off in small

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