#6 White to brown bodywork and paint (Tatonka) (6 Viewers)

kelly saad

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Passenger side, much more difficult due to the piece that had to be removed. Once again, it’s just clamped on with vice grips for the photo.

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Amazing. I did a similar thing with just a hammer and plywood buck. Without the bead roller, the fold lines aren't anywhere near as clear and crisp. Very impressive work on a tricky part of the truck.

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Amazing. I did a similar thing with just a hammer and plywood buck. Without the bead roller, the fold lines aren't anywhere near as clear and crisp. Very impressive work on a tricky part of the truck.

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Now that is seriously impressive!!!!!! With a hammer? Wow! Nice
 

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Absolutely amazing metal work. I recall, years ago, watching a show with Jesse James where he would take sheet metal and hammer and english wheel it into tanks, fenders, etc. It is truly an art form and mesmerizing to watch flat metal take on 3D form.
 
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incredible!! @kelly saad Do you paint the interior floor then sound deaden it with insulation (Killmat and Noico) as @cruisermatt did in his build thread? An option?

Kelly will be spraying my floor, cargo area and inside the doors with Lizard Skin's sound deadner, and then rolling on Fatmat's Mega Mat Butyl over the top of it. I'm going to be the Guinea pig for the Lizard Skin install, I'm really excited to see how it turns out.
 
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Kelly will be spraying my floor, cargo area and inside the doors with Lizard Skin's sound deadner, and then rolling on Fatmat's Mega Mat Butyl over the top of it. I'm going to be the Guinea pig for the Lizard Skin install, I'm really excited to see how it turns out.
Im excited as well...by the time he gets to mine he will have it perfected lol
 

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incredible!! @kelly saad Do you paint the interior floor then sound deaden it with insulation (Killmat and Noico) as @cruisermatt did in his build thread? An option?
I will be offering a system that has 4 different materials for sound deadening. Once I build a website separate from my grille site, I will have the options listed there. For now though, Tatonka and Lizard Skin it is!! My wife @RN80 will be spraying her doors with Lizard Skin tomorrow, I think.
 

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