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Old 02-15-2016, 10:20 AM
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I need to replace metal in 4 places of my 1992 F150/2wd/4.9FI/5spd/Custom/SUPER CAB

I need the preformed EXACT FIT metal patches for over both rear wheel arches.
The other 2 areas I do not know the name of but I can describe them.
Looking at the driver side you have the front fender, followed by the door then followed by the section where the back seat is. That section is where the back seat is and there is a non-operable window. At the very bottom of that section is rusted on both sides and I want to weld in replacement metal for that.

If someone could please help me identify the names of the parts that I need and where to purchase exact fits I would really appreciate it.
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I need to replace metal in 4 places of my 1992 F150/2wd/4.9FI/5spd/Custom/SUPER CAB

I need the preformed EXACT FIT metal patches for over both rear wheel arches.
The other 2 areas I do not know the name of but I can describe them.
Looking at the driver side you have the front fender, followed by the door then followed by the section where the back seat is. That section is where the back seat is and there is a non-operable window. At the very bottom of that section is rusted on both sides and I want to weld in replacement metal for that.

If someone could please help me identify the names of the parts that I need and where to purchase exact fits I would really appreciate it.
Check lmc truck they have the all the patch panels you need www.lmctruck.com
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I think they still just call it a cab corner even though it's a much bigger piece on an extra cab.
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I found the fix for quick and easy rust removal:
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That's awesome - I want one !
Then I looked up the price; 275,000 for a used one. That ain't happening. Still pretty amazing though.
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What are you doing today?

Spray painting my frame - with frickin' laser beams.

Too cool.
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I thought that was pretty awesome when I saw it! First thing I thought of was the truck! Lol. I could just walk around all day zapping stuff. Rover! Lol.
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I also have a super cab and bought new cab corners since mine are rusted out. Well not only did I find even more rust behind the outer metal (there is rust on the inside metal too) but when I cut up the replacement cab corner from lmc truck, it was so hard to get that thing to line up. It's not as good as original in my opinion. Took me a long time to grind down the part that butts against where the door shuts. If you can, save that part at least. I just cannot believe the problems I have had so far.
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