Replacing part of door sill with side member and floor pan

The following body spare parts are required for this sectional repair:

Side Member Sill

A = Floor pan center B = Side member center C = Web panel

F = Side member floor

Replacing part of door sill with side member and floor pan Cutting part of door sill with side member and floor pan out of body

Porsche 928 Chassis Cut Body

Replacing part of door sill with side member and floor pan Cutting part of door sill with side member and floor pan out of body

Remove all ancillaries and accessories, including the interior, from center body area and front fender area!

Operation

Instructions

Place vehicle on alignment Place vehicle without ancillaries onto attachment set. bench

1 Cut through door sill and Using a body saw, cut through door sill ahead of outer separate spotwelds side panel and ahead of outer hinge post area. Use a spotweld cutter to separate spotwelds between door sill and center of side member, floor pan center and hinge post.

2 Cut through web panel and Using a body saw, cut through web panel ahead of rear separate spotwelds inner side panel and ahead of front inner side panel. Use a spotweld cutter to separate spotwelds between web panel and center of side member, floor pan center, rear inner side member and front inner side member.

Cut through side member center ahead of rear side member and ahead of hinge post, floor center behind seat base and ahead of hinge post as well as along tunnel using a body saw.

4 Cut through floor side member Cut though floor side member at an offset to floor pan, and separate spotwelds using a body saw. Separate spotwelds between floor side member and floor pan using a spotweld cutter.

3 Cut through center of side member, floor pan center and tunnel

5 Separate spotwelds between Use a spotweld cutter to separate spotwelds between center side member / rear side center side member and rear side member, member

Replacing part of door sill and floor pan

Fitting part of door sill with side member and floor pan into body

Rear Side Member

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