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Rocker panel and door jam

I have a 71 Targa and need info/ pics/ anything on how to correctly Dissasemble and Replace the Outer Driver Rocker panel and Door Jam.

Any link to a pre existing post or if you have info on how to...

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daryl is a pelican.
his work is legendary.
this link is to his 912 restoration.
http://members.aol.com/darryld/912.htm
he does a great job on his sills.
but i bet you'll read the whole thing!
good luck.
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Thanks,.... Does the bottom part of the Quarter have to be cut in order to get the outer rocker panel off and replaced?

any other posts?
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the quarter needs to be detached from the sill.
it only needs to be cut if you need to do "deeper" repairs to the kidney bowl area or longitudinal.
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since you asked.
my sill repair:
http://www.early911sregistry.org/forum/showthread.php?t=22253
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Here is my thread.
Complete rocker replacement
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jamie,
that was the 1 i was looking for!
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oh fun...... looks like ill be joining this club .......
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Extra question

I see this thread is a few months old but hopefully you guys will see this question.
Robmog and Jpnovak on all rocker threads including yours both that I've read and searched, No one show what they did with the inner rocker heater hose... Did you use the one that was there, if it even was in decent condition or did you have to buy the replacement from Stoddards $$$? I haven't seen any available from another source.

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i reused mine. it seemed solid.
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I removed mine for inner channel cleaning and painting. Then just slid it back in place.

I reused min and I do not see a need to replace them. Just carefully compress accordion style and slide the end off one at a time.

I suspect you could also use some SCAT tubing or silicon hose as a replacement. The extra girth was supposed to quiet down the flowing air.
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Thanks for answering. THat's a relief, hopefully mine will be in decent shape when I open it up later this year!

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Mine was rotten from front to back. I couldn't get the original heater expansion tubes for my 1966 so I used some cheap "glasspack" mufflers as expansion chambers. I connected the rear portion (that goes over the torsion tube into heater control boxes on engine) with flexible stainless steel tubing

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