I would be as nervous as a whore in church working around the\at new paint!! looks great keep up the great work.
The key is double layers of masking tape everywhere. Also, before we install the doors, I cut up 2 inch long sections of 3/8" rubber fuel hose, slice them on one side, and slip several of them over the bottom and side edges of the door. They help in two ways: they prevent door edge to painted surface contact, plus they help with initial gapping.I was a nervous wreck putting bumpers on a painted car. Doing doors would likely push me over the edge 😜
First, I drilled two holes, and then used a Dremel with a tiny cutting wheel to rough cut a slot from one hole to the other. I have a set of various sized and shaped cutting burrs for the Dremel, and I used some of them to bring the rough cut slot to final size. Fortunately, I had my original doors to to measure what the actual slot dimensions needed to be. Its weird, one original door had 4 slots, the other door had 7 slots.How did you make the slots? I will need to do this to my passenger side.