Every day of the week, mini-truckers lay out their trucks in an effort to get better acquainted with their neighborhood asphalt. However, this grand gesture of peace between truck and earth does not come without a price. Draggin' hard wreaks havoc on your truck -- be it the frame or the sheetmetal that contacts the ground and makes the spark show. We are not here to try and convince you draggin' is a bad thing; in fact, quite the contrary. We're here to show you how to keep on draggin' and draggin' for years to come. Once you've dragged through your truck's factory rocker panels, all is not lost. You don't need to throw the cab of your truck away and head for the local scrap yard in search of fresh metal. The repair is easier than you think, and the folks at Autowerks showed us just what it takes to repair a thrashed set of rocker panels on any mini. All it takes is some patience, a little sheetmetal, and mig-welding skills. Follow along with the photos as we take you on a short journey from draggin' destruction to rocker panel repair magic.