I replaced the inner rocker on the driver's side of my 1967 S Code Convertible and as I mentioned in another thread the replacement inner rocker isn't as wide as the original. It's approximately 1/8" narrower than the original. The fit up to the tabs on the rear torque box is bothering me. I need some opinions on this. Should I just cut the tabs and make some new ones, cut and add metal to the existing tabs, or clamp the tabs to the inner rocker as best I can and weld them up and move on? I had the same gap on the top of the torque box so I just added metal to it as was suggested by several people on the other thread. Here's a few pics of the situation. I am taking pieces I need off of a full Dynacorn floor. I measured the original torque box and compared it the the Dynacorn rail/torque box and they have made up the difference in the width by using a wider torque box, just a bit of FYI is all.