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Date:         Tue, 11 Jul 2006 10:21:34 -0700
Reply-To:     Tom Forhan <fourwdvw@YAHOO.COM>
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From:         Tom Forhan <fourwdvw@YAHOO.COM>
Subject:      Re: Body Work, welding, and danger - A question
Comments: To: samc <samc@SURFGLOBAL.NET>
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You have to pull the fridge and stove cabinet for this kind of job anyway, because the area behind it is a major source of hidden rust.

--- samc <samc@SURFGLOBAL.NET> wrote:

> My 84 Westy is finally in the shop for a "body > uplift" and the fellow doing the work expressed > genuine fear about doing the needed welding to > repair and replace the body parts adjacent to the > stove/refridge and wiring that exists behind the > cabinetry. > > He had wondered about removing the cabinetry while > he does the work, but that seems like a daunting and > possibly unnecessary task. > > Help? Ideas? > > Tks > SamC >

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