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Old 08-04-2010, 08:02 PM
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Default That was crazy!

Ok it took me all day but a friend and I did it.
We took out my box.
for all those who do this constantly and have to cut out a box I give you props.
I am so tired after 3 hours but its now done.
People who rebuild vans that are glassed to the van are crazy!
but here are some pics lol.

















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looks like a lot of work.

Good job
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Bet that was fun! I wish the weather would have allowed me to do some work outside today
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wow that looks like a mess. looks like a hard days work.

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looks like a lot of work.

Good job
it was alot of work.
floor jack broke so used the saw-za.
going thru 7 gallons of fiberglass sucked!!!!
I probably had more then that in there but idk.
plus i had metal brackets many other bracing that was a bish to cut out
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wow that looks like a mess. looks like a hard days work.

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im not sure why but opening this thread makes me want an eclipse!!!
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Man that box got beat to hell coming out, whats your plans now?
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floor jack broke so used the saw-za.

plus i had metal brackets many other bracing that was a bish to cut out
Don't you mean a reciprocating saw?

If you were using a recip. saw you shouldn't have had a problem with metal.....




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Don't you mean a reciprocating saw?

If you were using a recip. saw you shouldn't have had a problem with metal.....
unless he tried using a wood blade, then I doubt it would cut it at all
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