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Old 12-13-2010, 05:43 PM   #15
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If you get the rotten wood out of the way, a cut-off wheel on a 4 in grinder makes quick work of the rusty bolts. In tight spots I used a dremel with a cut off wheel. Luckly, in most cases, i just grabbed the end with a big pair of Vise-grips and a couple of bends back and forth both them off ( most of my bolts were very rusty )
This worked well for me too. A few hard to get at spots I used my Fein Multimaster to plunge cut through the bolt. I used flat washers and nylocks and held the bolts with vice grips on the few that wanted to spin.
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Steve,
Did you start your floor replacement from the fender wells then work forward from the rear? Or did you start at the front and work back?
Thanks for the help
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Did you start your floor replacement from the fender wells then work forward from the rear? Or did you start at the front and work back?
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Started at the rear as my bath floor was only 1/2 there.The center piece would be a good place to start as it is not under the channel.
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