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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 03-27-2019, 04:24 AM Thread Starter
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Supercab drip rails/gutter cross section

Does anyone happen to have a cross section photo or drawing of the drip rails/gutters above the rear side windows?

I'm swapping out the complete right rear corner panel on mine and am trying to figure out how the pieces of the side/drip rail/roof all come together before I start dissecting my donor cab. I was hoping that getting all of the seam sealer removed from the drip rail would be the aha! moment, but it wasn't. It helped to visualize how I think it's assembled, though I'm not 100% sure.

Anything helpful would be appreciated.
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Re: Supercab drip rails/gutter cross section

I have an extended cab truck, I hope these help.
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Re: Supercab drip rails/gutter cross section

I have two of those, one being a completely bare cab.

I'm looking for a cross section photo or drawing of how the three pieces of sheetmetal (roof, cab and gutter) are laid out where you can't see anything from the outside (or inside after removing all plastic and the headliner). I have to separate the three pieces from each other with as little damage to each as possible.
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Re: Supercab drip rails/gutter cross section

I can't image they've changed that much, so here's a schematic from a thread on a 78 that may help visualize it: "driprail and roof rust replacement schematic". Hope that helps! Cheers!

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Re: Supercab drip rails/gutter cross section

I had seen that and had the same thought. I'll find out soon enough and just cut into the donor cab in an area that I don't need.
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