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rocker shutz (stoneguard) location

So, it seems I did not take a measurement of the height of the rocker shutz line on my 72. Can anyone help me out with a dimension to the tape line of rocker body shutz to the rocker top edge (door gap)? Pictures estimate this about 2cm down.

It looks like it should be just below the rocker trim holes. The problem here is that I welded all of those up and no longer have a reference after a few coats of epoxy.

I am planning to apply the shutz (UPol Gravitex) across the rockers as well as the fender lips so that I can move forward with exterior paint.

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I'd love to know the answer to this as well as I'll be tackling this soon (very soon!).

Here is some info I scared up on the ESR:
colour below rockers, black or body?
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