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DORIS the td5 110

Discussion in 'Members Vehicles/Projects' started by haza88, Apr 20, 2019.

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    From looks of if, can just peel off the vinyl with a bit of heat and shape a bit of plate to suit? Gunna have to test fit dash to find the srew hole locations too
     
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    Guys you have me slightly panicked now, had a leak both sides for a couple of years and always thought is was the windscreen frame seal that had gone, might investigate further now! I've also taken all the soundproofing off both footwells as that sponge backed stuff holds water something chronic, my floor plates are okish, but the fixings are screwed! Nice thread dude! :)
     
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    Dash out mate join the crew :)
     
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    I already feel sorry for you. Absolute dickhead of a job. Last night alarm was going nuts and o realized it was the door sensors where they were spaced to far back as I had screwed straight to pillar without carpet in!! Then you gotta remove pedals to seam seal other side of your weld. Then drill new holes. Honestly, dick of a job. I’ve just finished and ordered a dominoes lol
     

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    Good effort mate hoping I don’t get called out this weekend so I can crack on
     
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    Keep us updated!
     
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    Your neater than me and got lucky on the door strap lol
     
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    Mate this sound deadening is amazing too! I’d remove dash just to put it in had I know how well it works!
     
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    Not a lot happening here farmers are getting on and I’m following in ther foot steps, on the up side rubber bung kit turned up
     
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    What did you go for?
     
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    They need all the support they can get! I went for stuff called silent coat. It’s really worth it. I thought I’d get a pack to try on bulkhead. I did bulkhead doors and footwell and will order another pack to do roof and rear arches now I know what a difference it makes. Insane!! Ordered some closed cell foam to cut and put on top then gunna go for full hardura carpet I think
     
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    Gunna get any time on it this weekend? Mines not leaking now!!! Went round all truck with sika and I’m cured fingers crossed!
     
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    No mate unfortunately not :( ah good effort Ull have to wait for next winter to no for sure
     
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    Done the Bosch regulator today as had a different type of leak lol.
    Well good thing is your still working isn’t it!!
    What’s your next plans on it? Have you got gun draw/cabinet in there?
     
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    No but I was thinking in the the future to make a hidden storage box for the gun not sure as weather I’d do it in the back or a slide out one from under the rear seat row
     
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    Finally finished welding the passenger pretty happy. Just got to seem seel and paint and started on the trailer for up the shoot will have a feed spreader mounted on the back

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    Not done a lot with Doris she’s running sweet little pic the misses took after dogging in today
     
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