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In Episode 7 of Hands-On Cars, Kevin Tetz shows you how to gap doors using an Eastwood MIG 175 welder and Eastwood Contour Body Fillers.
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The ’78 Camaro doors had some alignment issues, so Kevin did some prying with a dinging spoon to get them flush and then had to weld the top edge of the door to get the correct gap. The bottom edge was a little tight, so he shows a technique for making the gap larger so it’s even the entire way around the door.
The Zed Sled is coming along nicely and will be a Pro Touring beast by the summer of 2015 – just in time for the Eastwood Summer Classic Car Show in Pottstown, PA.
Kevin even brings you great coverage from SEMA 2014 in Las Vegas where he ran into Tim Strange of Strange Motion before getting an up-close look at the amazing ’66 Mustang built by Chris Slee of Kiwi Customs.
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