Most on this forum probably know how it works.Remove one panel to repair some rust and find more.Remove that panel and hey, more rust. get that panel off and guess what??. More rust /forums/images/icons/shocked.gif . Well I think I've removed as much as is possible without starting from a pile of sheet metal and building a new truck.Now comes the fun part. Repair the floor, replace inner and outer lt and rt rockers, lt and rt floor extensions, rear cab to rear floor extension, rear cab supports, rear floor repair, custom tailpan,and tailgate. All the pictures to this point are listed below. will update them after the weekend.Hopefully by then there will be some parts already welded on. I'm going to make this repair last because I never want to go this deep on one of my own vehicles again, espescially not a daily driver. The only good thing about it is it is an awsome vehicle, and to replace it with one of todays grocery chasing SUV's is not even an option.They just don't build them like this anymore, and thats really sad.