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Old 12-30-2019, 01:42 PM   #1
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When doing body work what gauge sheet metal should I use?


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Iím pretty sure the tub is 16ga. Iím quite confident if Iím wrong someone will be along shortly to point that out LOL. I used 16ga and it worked just fine.


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When doing body work what gauge sheet metal should I use?


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Your CJ tub is 18g
Iíve used 16g on the floors.
If I had both 16g and 18g handy I would use 18g on the tub sides.
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