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I tried to order the aluminum hood liner that Dark Water Customs came up with but when I found out that Chris was not shipping these anymore, I decided to make one myself. Sooo.... off to Regal (regalrecyclers.com) to find a 4x8 sheet of aluminum (ended up settling for a sheet of 0.060" 5056.) Let me tell you that bending 0.060" aluminum requires much more effort than 0.040" - particularly if you do not have a sheet metal brake. In fact, I put so much effort into the bending of the 0.060" that I ripped the wood off the top of my workmate and tore something in my elbow... friggin elbow is sore 6 weeks later - I think I'll be seeing a doctor on this one .
1) Aluminum: Use 0.040" - makes the job a lot simpler.
2) Hammering: Take your time... every hammer strike that misses will take 30 minutes to repair.
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