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Structure Identification

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Structure Identification

Structure Identification

Number

Description

Material

Procedure

1

Roof Panel

Mild Steel

Roof Outer Panel Replacement

2

Front Door Panel

Mild Steel

Front Side Door Outer Panel Replacement

3

Rear Door Panel

Mild Steel

Rear Side Door Outer Panel Replacement

4

Box Front Panel

Mild Steel

Pickup Box Front End Panel Replacement

5

Box Side Panel

Mild Steel

Pickup Box Replacement - SidePickup Box Outer Side Panel Replacement

6

Body Side Outer

Mild Steel

Outer Windshield Frame Pillar SectioningRocker Outer Panel SectioningFront Hinge Pillar SectioningCenter Pillar SectioningRear Pillar Sectioning
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