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Old November 11th, 2009, 01:14 AM
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Post by binfordm715 on Jun 25, 2006, 1:19am



My tailgate ready to prime. Hood's a mess. But I have to live with it a while.





There it is primed. Not quite dry yet though. Tailgate's still a mess. Tough dent to fix there. But hey...it's an army truck for crying out loud!
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I think they all have that dent in the same spot...must have been a factory option...LOL
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Post by oilcan on Jun 25, 2006, 1:39am

Hey! How did you get my tailgate?!

Oh wait, that one is a little nicer than mine. The one good thing about that dent is that the chain on the left side always stays put. The right side chain will fall out off road, but the other one has enough pressure on it to keep the tailgate from flopping down and dropping all my junk on the trail.
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Post by bigwheelbob on Jun 25, 2006, 7:28am

enough 7 inch putty will fix anything!
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Post by binfordm715 on Jun 25, 2006, 9:15am

Ha! Yeah, they tried that on my hood!
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Post by k8icu on Jun 25, 2006, 10:36am

Actually the dent was an MWO done by the military to do as OC said keep the gate shut!.





















LOL GOT YA! Don't know why they have that dent there!...
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Post by robertcowan on Jun 25, 2006, 6:42pm

Take a swazall or cutoff wheel and cut straight up through the center of the dent, apply some heat and pull both sides out straight, put a piece of copper behind it with a piece of steel for strength, clamp it all together and mig weld up the cut. weld wont stick to copper and weld will be flat on the inside. polish off the outside weld and NO DENT !!!!!!!
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Post by fsjguy on Jun 25, 2006, 9:08pm

Dang, Bob! You've got a repair solution for EVERYTHING. I'll have to file that one until I get a welder.
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Post by robertcowan on Jun 25, 2006, 11:52pm

IT COMES FROM BEING POOR !!!!! and if i couldnt build it or fix it i couldnt have it ! now all those lessons learned from very generous teachers i feel privledged to share with others . you reap what you sow in life. GOD showed me that early in life. i also learnned to keep my mouth shut and ears and eyes open when a teacher is trying to teach you something. then most of all SAY THANKS !!!!!
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Post by fisherman on Jun 25, 2006, 11:57pm

Looking good Tim, are we gonna shoot it next weekend, I mean paint it. Maybe actually shoot it then paint it. Give it a true military look with a couple extra holes before we painted it. Lol. I 'll keep in touch , but I think I'd be up for this next weekend. Fisherman
 

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