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burtd 0491.jpg Hi everyone! newbie from Ontario, great site!
Im doing bodywork on my 1999 sierra and would like to share some photos (soon) im waiting to upload on my gallery, I would like to see if others have replaced the pop can thick rusty rockers on these trucks, I think I bit off more than I could chew thanks!
 

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Welcome to the club Sierra. The rockers aren't difficult. Make sure you have your new ones in hand before you start cutting the old ones out. Also, use a nice thin die grinder wheel for nice neat straight cuts.
 

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Hi Stephan, thanks for your advice but the rockers are allready on the truck, just finishing up sanding the high solids.
 

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OK, you're way ahead of the game then. Rust is a biotch ain't it :)
 

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I see the mods finally approved your pics. That is beyond rust. That's air space where the rust used to be .. I'm guessing they use salt on the roads in the winter:grrrrrr:
 

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Hi again, its been a long time and a long road but my truck is almost done, just got it back from the paint shop, im currently doing the frame horn modification to accept the 2003 2006 bumper and grill. Hope these pictures upload.
 

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