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Project "Tabs Jeep" a.k.a Project "TJScrambler" - part #16
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(02/15/2016) Cointinuing on, the panel was massaged to get it to fit in the rear and of course being made in the USA is a very nice thing... all American Scrambler! As you can see, this body needs a lot of work. It is a lot of cutting, trimming and fitting. Also, a TON of spot welds!
With the floor fitting well and locked in place, I was able to spin the body over and start to work on the roll bar supports. They were very weak and very brittle, however, they did not want to come out! It is a lot of back and forth to bolt things in, take them out, make adjustments, and final fitment and the lock it in place.
So, a lot of progress is being made. I am working on the other side now and it is just a matter of time and effort. I know what needs to be done now, it is just a matter of time to get it done. Once the rear is all fit, it will be broken down, all the metal treated, and then reinstalled and permanently welded in place.

cb (02.15.2016)
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