Fig. 50. Securing Drip Moulding Clip
Side Panel Drip Moulding
Drip Moulding Clip
Rear Drip Moulding
View in Direction of Arrow A
Obtain drip moulding clip and position clip so as
to close joint between old drip moulding on back
of cab and drip moulding on new side panel (Fig.
50). Secure with one plug weld at each side of
Clamp outer roof panel to drip moulding of new
side panel assembly and plug weld roof panel to
moulding (Fig. 51).
Fig. 51. Fastening Roof Panel To New Side Panel
Plug weld through holes drilled for removing to
replace inner corner panel to inside of cab (Fig.
52). If new inner corner panel is used, plug weld
holes must be drilled into new panel before
Fig. 52. Installing Inner Corner Panel (Right Side - 80"
Wide Cab Shown)
Inner Back Panel
Plug Weld at these Locations
Inner Roof Panel
Inner Corner Panel
Grind, sand or wire brush away any excess weld
or weld ash from all newly welded areas.
Obtain body sealant (Plastisol Type 1 or
equivalent) and apply to the following locations:
Roof panel to drip moulding seam.
Side panel to back panel joint at rear of cab.
Dash filler panel to dash panel joint at front
Drilled out holes on upper side of sill side
inner panel to rocker panel seam (under
Apply primer paint to affected areas to assure
good protection from rust. Finish paint as
OTHER PANEL REPAIRS
Since each cab panel component contributes to
the overall strength of the cab, proper welding, sealing
and rust-proofing practices must be observed for any
other panel replacement. Under-cab components
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