The problem is the roof skin has a rolling contact weld (not sure what it’s called) not spot welds so getting it off and back on is a mare!
Heck of a difference. My built up drip rail might even be stopping it sitting in even further. I’ll probably radius that a little too.
Sorted. I went and had a look why it wasn’t sitting right. I assumed the Heritage panel would be good enough. Lo and behold my brace was stopping...
I’ll remove the frame and try to dress it up to clear as this roof corner has been changed.
So You reckon it needs to go in around 5mm then?
I assume you mean the gutter? It is too wide for certain, Ive made up the drip rail to 10mm wide along its length and you can see the run out....
You do some lovely work fella. Doing your own work gives a lot more respect for others quality work when you know how hard it can be to get it right.
This mornings work was to try and get a useable drip rail to weld into the gutter. It was a ball ache but looks acceptable. Once spot welded to...
Got my door on this morning which confirms the frame will fit just fine.
Next I removed the hinges and separated them, cleaned them up, cut off...
:D. I was wondering @Nick DV I had 35 alerts yesterday ;)
same old story eh @lchris21 :D
I sold my old RSP Cooper to put in a new kitchen!
@lchris21 what became of yours mate? Nice work.
Today I cut a piece out of the roof as I wasn’t happy with the shape behind the roof cut.
Unfortunately the furrow left...
Haha. It’s only 4 wires by all accounts.
Paint shouldn’t be a problem @lchris21 I have 25l of offshore spec epoxy in black! :D
Started cutting out the sills in readiness for my new M-Machine sill and floor section. Not best pleased with the existing metalwork with multiple...
Would never know looking at the shape of the roof, looks genuine! Perfect lines.
Why the roof job @jsf55 ?
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