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    Default kwai :

    Re: Who was willing to repro the cab door corner s
    Post by kwai on Aug 30, 2006, 9:26pm

    I am going to send VaM715 the rubber body mounts for the bed so that he can make me several sets. Does anyone know if the body mounts for the cab are the same. I am too lazy to go out to look.

    I have a repro rubber cowl seal if you need one for a template. Let me know and I can send it with the body mounts.

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    Default teking :

    Re: Who was willing to repro the cab door corner s
    Post by teking on Aug 31, 2006, 7:19am


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    I am going to send VaM715 the rubber body mounts for the bed so that he can make me several sets. Does anyone know if the body mounts for the cab are the same. I am too lazy to go out to look.

    I have a repro rubber cowl seal if you need one for a template. Let me know and I can send it with the body mounts.


    Having just put my cab and bed on I can tell you that the cab mounts are thinner than the bed mounts.

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    Re: Who was willing to repro the cab door corner s
    Post by vam715 on Sept 21, 2006, 11:10am

    Just wanted to let everybody know I am still working on this. Got several original samples in today from another Zoner. I'll keep things as current as I can. Gonna take some time though, so bear with me.
    Steve, Thanks for the samples.

    VaM715

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    Default teking :

    Re: Who was willing to repro the cab door corner s
    Post by teking on Nov 28, 2006, 7:55pm

    OK WTF ... where did you go dude? You disappeared with my only new door seals and don't return my phone message at your work or PMs sent on this sight.

    Just a misunderstanding I'm sure .... right?

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    Default teking :

    Re: Who was willing to repro the cab door corner s
    Post by teking on Dec 4, 2006, 8:04am


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    OK WTF ... where did you go dude? You disappeared with my only new door seals and don't return my phone message at your work or PMs sent on this sight.

    Just a misunderstanding I'm sure .... right?


    Well I'm in for a set as well, and if he cant make it happen, I WILL! I lost count, but profitable for the setup,have a sourse in the east. just to show I'm good. Front bumpers,non winch, for 80 plus shipping.Yes there original specs.Alread jigged in the C.A.D. http://webpages.charter.net/vrod02/bumper_0583.jpg


    problem is you don't have a good one to make a mold of do you?

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    Re: Who was willing to repro the cab door corner s
    Post by alex on Dec 4, 2006, 3:20pm

    hey... can you show the picture of the seals installed again... for some reason i can't see it.
    i still don't know where they go, but i'm shure i want a set too.

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    Default brute4c :

    Re: Who was willing to repro the cab door corner s
    Post by brute4c on Dec 4, 2006, 3:29pm

    There are 2 images to look at:

    #2 in this one:


    #5 in this one:

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    Default teking :

    Re: Who was willing to repro the cab door corner s
    Post by teking on Dec 6, 2006, 11:30am


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    You are kidding correct??? This whole thread is a massive list of orders. There must be a hundred sets requested by now.


    I ment correct,mine are not good enough to pop a mold. I have a
    good friend that has had all kinds of rubber moldings reproduced for are classic boats, other forum. It can be done esp. with the large order we have here.Have you talked to the guy that has your new set?


    He will not respond to PMs sent or vmail left at his work.

    EDIT: Left another voice mail again at his work. He is "with another customer" right now.

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    Re: Who was willing to repro the cab door corner s
    Post by vam715 on Dec 6, 2006, 1:05pm

    Hey Guys,
    I'm not dead. Been to Montanna and Colorado hunting for a month. Got back a couple of days ago. Didn't mean to leave you guys hangin'. Sorry Teking, I got one voice mail today,only one I know of, but if it filled up while I was gone I don;t know where any others went. I have two of my guys that have been working on our stuff, but I have not sat down with them to see where we stand. I will do my best to get some up to date info. I know there is some success and some failure. All NOS parts that were sent to me are safe!!! I leave for Texas on business Sunday until Wednesday, but after that I am back in the saddle full time. I need these seals for my truck too guy's, so it's not like I'm gonna vanish. I respect you all and apologize for the non-responses. No internet where I was. Bear with me a little bit and I'll see if I can get all of this put to bed for us.

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    Re: Who was willing to repro the cab door corner s
    Post by brute4c on Dec 6, 2006, 1:46pm

    Thanks for the updated info....look forward to hearing about and seeing the product.

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