How to Build a Roof Overhang over an Exterior Door?

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Untie the wheel lug nuts by rotating them left-handed turn with a tire wrench. Position the ground knave underneath the front of the car and knave up on the front jack point. Trace the knave platforms under the front squeeze repairs. Position the floor jack under the lower control arm and jack up on it just enough to remove the load from the upper mounting nuts on the struts. Finish removing the lug nuts and remove the wheels. Detach the brake hose from the bracket on the strut. Door overhang keeps the rain and snow off the door.
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