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  1. jaredmcginness

    Ambulance Door rust repair progress & cutting down

    I understand. I dont see why that wouldnt be possible. Just a matter of alignment and relocating bolt holes. Etc.
  2. jaredmcginness

    Ambulance Door rust repair progress & cutting down

    Just about finished. Needs a little sanding yet, and some self etch primer for the raw metal. Not going to go too crazy on any finishing work, as this area is entirely hidden by the window seal. Nice quick save. about 4 hours in total.. Here's some pics: And both doors cut down. When...
  3. jaredmcginness

    Ambulance Door rust repair progress & cutting down

    Doors came off a different truck. The LC I am repairing is a '71. Currently notchless - debating adding that in or looking for an early tailgate that would drop in.
  4. jaredmcginness

    Ambulance Door rust repair progress & cutting down

    Thanks! The 'jig" was a fresh 2x4' with 4 clamps and my Milwaukee hackzall with a bi-metal blade. Lol! Good Idea with that gate though. I'd do the same thing if I can find some gates. Even rusty used ones are hiding from me.
  5. jaredmcginness

    Ambulance Door rust repair progress & cutting down

    Few more pics... self explanatory! Never enough clamps! Use what ya got, they don't have to all match. Cut down and that's the progress so far! I'll update as I finish the metal work. PPS.... Has anyone ever used the bottom halves of Ambi doors as a tail gate? Repair and mate...
  6. jaredmcginness

    Ambulance Door rust repair progress & cutting down

    Hey guys. I have a gnarly pair of ambulance doors that need some repair. I decided to cut them down, and run the tops halves with a tailgate. (P.S. anyone have a tailgate in the MD/DC area?) Anyways. I made a little jig to cut the doors down yesterday and ran into a rough rust spot under the...
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