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Old 26-02-05, 23:02
Phil Waterman Phil Waterman is offline
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Default Pattern 12 Sheet Metal

I have just begun really working on the cab of my Pattern 12 and have been surprised by the number of different gage sheet metal used. So far

Footwell sides and front 19
Transmission cover 16
Battery Box 17 & 18
Out Nose right & Left 14
Door skins 19
Door structure inside is made up of 3 different gages

Looks like they used what ever was around.
Phil Waterman
`41 C60L Pattern 12
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Old 27-02-05, 00:04
Bob Carriere Bob Carriere is offline
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Default Ods and ends....

Hi Phil

What do you think the gauge of the skin on the back wall is..??

....and are you planning to reskin that back wall.....??? How about the roof???

I see you are feeling better....

Bob C.
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