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Last with the details on the front and I have attached a new front end. That one is yet again out of stock so I got to find somewhere else to get that one unfortunately. Chromed front end risers, just bolt the indicator here that is back on and a little tip. Then what has happened, these were new bolts. They’re absolutely picked to get off the side.
The same __ as having bits of canned of goods. It would make it a lot easier than aligning plain steel, nuts and bolts. Plus detail, here’s the front bumper that I’ve assembled. New bolts, new chrome, little bits of painted black, a little bit of dust in it. We have to get the caps on the back. Stick your washers on there, bolt them up. It has a little bit—showing on what the overall this would really go. Well, I’ve placed some bolts up and we’ve got the last details to do for the video and screenings. I know it’s been a big deal of a job. Get about the second of it, it will certainly come back. Well, we’re done.
While we were there, I was messing around. I stopped the front wheels on so you can have just a quick glance. We’ll come over and do skid of it when it’s done. I’m going to get a tool, a very, very typical tool, a bit of coat hanger. Look at the shape. Now, probably it’s going to make a mess but there’s no way you’re going to get in that with lots of seeps on the sides. Nice clean job after. Take that and you sink. Come over here to have a look. We’re going to sink in between the rubbers like that. So here we go. It’s a hard procedure, getting the windows in. We want to start it from either halfway you want. That slides in and out through the bottom of the tool that we’ve made. Put pressure on it all the time, slide it, slide it, slide it. That’s a nice job. In fact, one of the worst jobs. If you slip, you take the paint off and you scratch off your trim. It’s specially difficult when it gets to this cone or rubber blade, tough procedure. I think it’s good.
Okay. So this is going to be very time consuming. Things are good by the time we’re done, plus there’s lots of—it’s a basic thing. It’s from that somewhere down the line. So I got to get ready. I got to backtrack a little bit with this rope. We’ll come back and put this in. Probably, it’s a bit trouble out here for you, just put a spring on that and trim it once. So we’ll come back nicely. I mean, we’re going to ___ and we’ll open a space in there. See you I about 400 hours.
We got the trimming in the window. Push it on there flat around the paint work. I’m going to pull this but it will wring out. I think I drew some blood. ___ and then I’ll find a technique to make the job a bit quicker. When you feed it in, you feed it in that angle for your toll. I filled it in like that and keep pushing it with my thumb to keep the trims square to what you’re doing. If you allow it to twist, then one will pop out and then you’ll have to start again which you have to do about five times. So you keep your old trim, you can have a practice go with that. Well, if you’ve messed up your new trim, what I’ve actually done is to trim anyway. So you’ve got it right with that.