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Taken with OLYMPUS IMAGING CORP. u1010,S1010

  • 6.6 mm
  • 1/30
  • f f/3.5
  • ISO 80
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Like typical OEM, they just put some dum-dum on the brace and push the panel onto it.  Once the putty dries and falls off, the panel can resonate.   When I fixed my lower cab mount, I too welded the rear panel to the bracing.  Of course once I cut it open for the bunk I welded it all solid around the opening.

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