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Our old, trusty, manually operated joggler was used to put a step in the new panel along what would be its rear-most edge. This was the only edge that wasn't butt- or plug-welded, and was only done this way to illustrate another method of joining panels. Normally we'd butt-weld the three sides that weren't plug welded. The step at the edge was welded over the old floorpan's edge, allowing the new sheetmetal to sit flush with the existing floor.