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TRUCK SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 BODIES AND CABS Fig. 50.  Securing Drip Moulding Clip 4. 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 joint. 5. Clamp outer roof panel to drip moulding of new side panel assembly and plug weld roof panel to moulding (Fig. 51). 6. 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 welding. Fig. 51.  Fastening Roof Panel To New Side Panel Fig. 52.  Installing Inner Corner Panel (Right Side - 80" Wide Cab Shown) 7. Grind,  sand  or  wire  brush  away  any  excess  weld  or weld ash from all newly welded areas. 8. Obtain body sealant (Plastisol Type 1 or equivalent) and apply to the following locations: a. Roof panel to drip moulding seam. b. Side panel to back panel joint at rear of cab. c. Dash  filler  panel  to  dash  panel  joint  at  front  of cowl. d. Drilled  out  holes  on  upper  side  of  sill  side  inner panel to rocker panel seam (under cab). 9. Apply  primer  paint  to  affected  areas  to  assure  good protection from rust. Finish paint as required. 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   especially   should   be rust-proofed whenever cab repair operations are performed. When rust-proofing cab components, use a good quality air-dry  zinc  rich  primer.    Combination  type  primer-surfacer paints are not recommended.  Finish paint as required. CTS-2714R  Page 28 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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