Originally Posted by dgorila1
Where the proper respirator mask when cutting the foam and have plenty of ventilation. The fumes are toxic!
I plan on doing as much of it as I can on saw horses outside. I have a chem filtered respirator too for extra protection.
After driving the hog around, the trans light, intake heater, and abs lights are still on. The CAT tech didn't find any issues on the ecm. Also found a nice leak on the power steering pump as well, it is at the connection, so i think an O ring is jacked. Called the mechanic, so Friday it goes back........ in the meantime I got to work on some of the rust removal.....
The severely degraded square tubing replacement is on order. Seems there is one in front and behind both wheel wells. I ordered 4 for the rear and 2 for the front. I am going to open the side of the paneling and finish cutting the old out and hammer the new in from the side, the rear will have 2 in front and 2 in back and then I will weld a complete deck down on top of them to keep the rear from sagging.
I used a grinder with 4.5" cut off discs instead of the torch. Glad I did, there was an airline under for the rear stop sign. One would have never thought it, but, the harbor freight wheels out preformed the dewalt ones in cutting....... guess which ones I won't be buying anymore??