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Unread 06-08-2015, 06:21 PM   #131
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Rocker panels and kick plate installed.
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Unread 06-08-2015, 09:22 PM   #132
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How do the rocker panels attach? Over the old ones?
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How do the rocker panels attach? Over the old ones?

Removed the old rubber ones. Bought a sheet of 1/8" thick aluminum diamond plate ($15) and cut them on a table saw to fit. The frame has grooves where the old rubber rocker panels slid into and the diamond plate almost snapped into those grooves, and then I riveted them into place. I think they look better than the ones I've seen online that are priced five times higher. Just a little sweat in the Texas heat and got er done!
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Here's a close up.
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Looks good. Did you use saw blade to cut the aluminum or an abrasive blade to grind through it? I may do what you did because some of the others I've seen look sorta bulky.
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Looks good. Did you use saw blade to cut the aluminum or an abrasive blade to grind through it? I may do what you did because some of the others I've seen look sorta bulky.

Saw blade with carbide tip teeth.
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Very Nice Thanks for the inspiration. Starting on a 81 cc ds just like it.
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