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    Nice;

    This is probably the closest they have to that

    http://www.tcpglobal.com/Automotive-...ion-Shop-1508/
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    The piece that supported the back of the leaf spring was pretty thin on this side. Luckily the frame rail is solid. So I needed some heavy sheet metal to rebuild this piece and I had just had some VFDs for some 75hp chilled water pumps changed at work. The old VFD cabinets are really heavy gauge steel so I saved one from the dumpster and am using pieces of it to rebuild the spring support. Can’t beat the price and it’s twice as thick as the original bracket.
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    that's my kind of thinkin,nice.
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    Free is a great price, and thicker surely can't hurt there. Nice work!
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    Closing in on finishing this corner, just need to rebuild the structure for the lower door hinge. I cut this corner out of another van; it’ll need a little massaging but it’s workable.
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    Nice work!
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    Looks good! I love the scrounging, and using what you have mentality.
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    Thanks! I got the support post rebuilt today with some 2” x 3” tubing and got the corner tacked on. Now to do a little repair work on the corner, patch the rear floor on this side, then do the other corner. This side was the worst; happy to reach this point.
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    Here you go Pat! They announced the dates and cities way early. I doubt I go this year. I won't have my stuff together for that long of a trip I don't believe.

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    Yeah, that’s a pretty long distance for me, too. Hopefully I can at least do part of it; we’ll see. Thanks for the info!
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