Hello to all! I'm working on a 72 Scout II. I started with the body bushings and replaced all of them except the ones at the cab mounts. The metal beneath the floor had rusted away and the floor was sitting on metal body mounts. I soon discovered the rocker panels were gone as well and needed to be removed and replaced. After reading several articles on this site i used some square tubing and welded it in the opening of the passenger side before i cut out the rocker panels. My dog legs were good so i did not have to remove them. I used some 3" square tubing to create my new rocker panels. I fitted (not welded yet, only held by c-clamps) the new rocker in place but i could not close the passenger door to check my door fitment without removing the square tubing i had welded in the opening of the door. Before i started this process the door closed ok. Well, once i removed the tubing in the door opening and i tried to close the door the opening was too wide. I'm not sure what stretched or flexed. Either the hing side of the opening moved forward or the jam side of the opening moved to the rear by .75". Has anyone seen this before or tell me what i need to do to shrink the door opening by .75" so the door can at least latch. I've tried using bottle jacks to lift each end of the rocker. i can lift the hing side of the rocker and at least raise it high enough so the top of the door lines up with the top of tub, but the door is still too wide and i can't seem to shrink it.