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Old 06-09-2017, 07:48 AM
jfmv76 jfmv76 is offline
Join Date: Jun 2017
Location: Laval, Quebec, Canada
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Default Bottom rear left corner Econoline 67

I need to repair the bottom left rear corner of my Econoline 67. The previous owner must have backed up on a sharp rock or something because it is all punched in.
I have bought a replacement stamped part (see image). The top part of this part is great but i only need the bottom 8 inches or so and is it does not look the same as the original one.
I made a flexible shape pattern of the right side with the explanation of Mr Schelin. I'll just flip it over to use it on the left side.

I would like some help on how to proceed. I have trouble figuring out the sequence of operation to achieve the final part.
Would you use the stump to shink the bottom, roll it to raise it...?
How would you put it in the final arrangement...?

thank you

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