Alright, I have a confession. I panicked this week and called in a pro to come look at my cab and give me an estimate to reassemble it. I lost confidence in my abilities and thought I better stop before I really screw it up. Scott from Ranger Customs and Collision came by and smacked the shit out of me, said everything looks fine and to stop being such a pussy!!! It made a world of difference to have someone who knows what they are looking at give me the green light because I was really worried about some of my work. Now dont get me wrong, I know you guys will step up if you see something that aint right, but pics sometimes arent the best judge of things and just couldnt get comfortable. So the next AM I cut the LF pillar loose, actually cut it off so I could clean up all the previous welds, and then welded it all back together in the right spot. Good to go as the door fits even better now... ANYWAY, moving along...he gave me a great idea I wouldnt have thought of. He said put it together with self tapping screws. That way you dont have a million clamps hanging all over the place and can essentially put it all together while making all the necessary adjustments easily. Then when I am ready I can just replace the screws with plug welds. So first things first, I put in the firewall. I just kinda eyeballed it using the various beads and stamps as a guide and It fit perfect!! Like a glove! So at first I was kind of concerned why there was a big ass gap, but in looking at some old pics of the cab I realized that the replacement just isnt the same shape as what was there as opposed to something being wrong. I will just have to fab up a piece to fill the hole.. Here is an old pic for reference... So here is an issue I see. The replacment cowl panel is either too wide, or the front of the cowl is sagged down because it isnt fitting. Keep in mind the top of this piece actually goes underneath the cowl. I dont know how I am going to get this piece in, but any ideas are appreciated.. Lastly I made up the pieces to patch up the lower corner of the windshield that always rusts out. It was quite a pain in the ass to bend up the metal but I got it done. The put some relief cuts in it so I could bend it slightly to match the contour. Just gotta weld it in now! So I will keep at it and update again in the next few days, thanks for looking!!