All body straightening operations in this area must be completed before the damaged parts are cut away

Cut side panels out of body

Cut damaged area of side panels from body, using a body saw.

Cut off reinforcement for side panels and separate welds for support of seat belt mounting

Cut off reinforcement for side panels, using a body saw. Separate welds for support of seat belt mounting, using an angle grinder.

Separate spotwelds for closing panel

Separate spotwelds between lower closing panel and trunk floor panel, using a spotweld cutter.

Cut off side member and lock Cut off damaged areas of side members and closing pa-panels nels, using a body saw.

Cut off lock panels, leaving an offset

Cut off lock panels in such a manner that the cutting edges of the lock panels form an offset. Separate spotwelds between side member and lock panels, using a spotweld cutter. Cut off separated lock panels, using a body saw.

Replacing part of rear end Fitting part of rear end into body

Replacing part of rear end Fitting part of rear end Into body

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