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A Real Mera in Paradise by Fiero-in-Paradise
Started on: 08-18-2009 04:06 AM
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yes Nelson I am still interested in your set as well being that these pieces are becoming harder and harder to find I wouldn't mind having a sack even if they do need some work

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yes Nelson I am still interested in your set as well being that these pieces are becoming harder and harder to find I wouldn't mind having a set even if they do need some work

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Pm sent. By any chance did you take documentation along your steps with photos that can possibly help out if it comes to me having to go this route. I am by no means a fabricator but it seems like something fun to try out on maybe I can show this to my body shop guy. I'm wondering how much it would be to have the frames waterjet cut out done.
 
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If you can't get a pair of fiberglass louver panels my solution may be an option. The louvers on my Mera were warped beyond repair. I saw the louvers that Bloozeberry made for his Stinger 308 kit and did something similar for my car. I had the frames water jet cut out of 1/8 aluminum sheet. The slats are 1/16 x 1 1/4 aluminum bar stock. It was a challenge to bend the frames to match the sail panels, I used a Harbor Freight ring roller. The aluminum panels are much better than my old set that were some type of plastic, not fiberglass.

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