That should do the job. Most I have seen locate on the firewall and back of the cab to rotate the other axis. If you don’t have to rework the hinge areas for rust it will be great. Great work. Now get after it.
Martin '62 Chevy C-10 Stepside Shortbed (Restomod in progress) '47 Chevy 3100 5 Window (long term project)
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I wanted to avoid going the other axis because the cowls were so far gone. I thought I'd have a better alignment with the brackets on the door hinges and strikes. Very little repair needed at the lower end of the A pillars, so this should give me good access for repairing that little bit.
Kevin First car '29 Ford Special Coupe #2 - '29 Ford pickup restored from the ground up. Newest Project - 51 Chevy 3100 work truck.
I got a lot of great info from these posts. Thanks to all of you guys. I love the rotisserie idea. I have 2 engine stands, although one is in use right now. I will be building either a rotisserie, or at least a mobile platform to move the cab around on. I'm surprised to hear that the flange tool is such a bad idea, but I do see the reasoning behind it. Thanks to all of you guys.