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Hi William,


I am no bodywork expert but I've repaired a lot of rust damage on my square.

This is a lot of rust in a bad place. You would have to fabricate the chanel by bending sheet metal, in multiple pieces, and welding it all.

Keep in mind that the rubber will have to be sitting well everywhere if you don't want water leaking in. I guess you could add some sealant afterwards.

Not the easiest task, but if you can"t replace your cab it can be done. Hope this helps ! Good luck !

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It might be easier to:

-just find another cab and swap it on, even if it has rust on it, if that rust is in places easier to fix (ie, where you can get repair panels for or, just easier to do)

-find another cab with a good, rust free window channel, and cut it out of that cab, and weld it into yours.

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