Finally paying off some of my debt, so I will beable to continue working on the blazer. Most of you who read my threads last year saw the rust problem, well now it's time (almost, not until I finish the frame) to repair it all. My welding isn't that good, but it's not like a rollcage, so the welds just have to bond the metal, not hold on them for there dear life. Anyways, The body is sitting on 4x6's on a little wheeled cart right now. I might beable to move it soon. But I won't need to until the frame is done... ANYWAYS...which way would be best to repair the rust (floor, "bedsides", wheelwellls, tailpan, tailgate, doors, etc.) on, bolted to the frame. Or on some short saw horses? I think on the frame would make most sense since there wouldn't be much of a chance of a crooked or offset piece...sort of. But I won;t beable to do this for a while though, probably get most of the stuff from LMC truck. Probably have more than 1K I need from there...not counting interior crap. Thanks!