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Thread: GU Patrol Barn Door crack repair guide

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    It seems like a standard practice, I always do IMO better to spend 5 mins doing that than having to replace the ecu or any other issue that could come up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaunyb View Post
    did you disconnect the battery when welding? probably silly question
    Not silly at all... But no I didn't. I totally forgot to be honest. Like Maga said its standard practice though.

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    Love you for this post - checked my barn door today and found a crack. Not as bad as yours but it's obviously on it way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaunyb View Post
    did you disconnect the battery when welding? probably silly question
    Best idea is to disconnect the battery

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    Well done mate top job. Ill be using this one

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    Cool I've also got a cracked door.
    Because I'm picky I reckon by the look of it that's SHS not RHS but whatever hahahahahaha

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    @ Growler ,,,,Already,,,,, whats the history,,,,, as in previous owner???
    04 ST 3lt auto, not enough Mods to keep me happy, but getting there

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    Quote Originally Posted by threedogs View Post
    @ Growler ,,,,Already,,,,, whats the history,,,,, as in previous owner???
    It was a mine vehicle, the thing is shagged!!!!

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    Great Post, Out of interest - How long did you spend on it start to finish?

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    I did it over a few days. The longest part was waiting for the undercoats and top coats to dry. The actual repair side took around three hours from memory.

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