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I am doing full pans in my 66 coupe. I have the new drivers side pan in place, held with sheet metal screws about every 6-8 inches. Is there a problem if I cut the pass pan, and get the new one bolted in and ready to weld also before I do any welding? I would rather bake in long sleeved clothes for just one day instead of 2. (I know I'm a wimp, I'll go fight a fire in 100 degree weather, but whine about welding in the same weather with fewer clothes on!)
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I've done them with #30 Cleco's before with no problem. I did leave the seat structure in place. I did it in the summer too & HATE 100+ weather!
 

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I would rather bake in long sleeved clothes for just one day instead of 2

As long as the car is supported so the pans/tunnel area aren't receiving torsional stress, I'm with you...

I never realize how hot it is in the leathers until I take them off....

Oh, it's only 105! *G*
 
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