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Re: Filler btw running board and box
KEVINSKI #1375452 Tue Sep 01 2020 12:18 AM
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Thanks should not be to hard but good to know when the originals were cut up ,looks like if I just redo the curve by the cab corner end it should fit .

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Re: Filler btw running board and box
KEVINSKI #1375697 Thu Sep 03 2020 04:48 AM
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How are your cab mounts?


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Re: Filler btw running board and box
KEVINSKI #1375735 Thu Sep 03 2020 04:18 PM
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Cab mounts have never been replaced ,might be worth replacing them as they don’t look to hard to do .Anyone replace there cab mounts and can advise on how the originals stand up to time .I can see if they are worn the cab could be a little lower affecting the gap around the filler panel


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