this first pic shows where to cut on the wheel well, notcie i cut it about 1" back from the factory seam between the inner and outer wheel house, also notice how i cut the trunk hinge mount from the wheel well, REMEMBER KEEP ALL PIECES YOU CUT OUT because you will need every single piece so try not to butcher them beyond recognition!!! this cut will need to go all of the way around the wheel well into the interior of the car, you will also have to take another piece out of the interior of the car where the wheel well will be moved inward, save all pieces!!
So now that you have the wheel well cut you can move on so you can get the rest of the trunk floor removed, this cut here is in the front of the trunk where the trunk meets the interior, i again cut 1" back to leave a lip to weld to, notice the yellow cut lines again, remember keep every piece!!
this next cut is where the trunk floor meets the fenders, i had to draw this in paint brush so you could understand it better, this is looking from the rear of the car, notice lip to weld to
here is the next cut, this is looking from the top of the car down on the trunk floor, remember keep every piece!!!
after this cut the whole trunk floor/wheelwells should be ready to slide out.
Once all of the sheetmetal is removed you can move on with the frame notching
this first pic shows a side view of the frame rail, you will notice the factory seam of the frame rail, you will need to cut on this seam on the top, for the bottom of the frame rail cut straight down from the top seam to make the cut vertical
this next photo shows where i cut on the front and back, you just need to go far enought to where it will clear your tires
after you get the rail cut out this is what you will need to do to that piece
next you need to reinstall the piece you just cut out, here is a photo of about what it looks like installed
the next thing i did i decided to build a new rear frame to get rid of the spare tire well etc, here is where i cut it, sorry the only photos i have are of it allready welded
notice the new rear frame i built that will mount my fuel cell and battery box, frame is made with 2"x3" .120" wall tube
installed pic of new rear frame, notice where i stubbed it into the factory frame, it needs to be right there to get the height right so the new floor will be level when you put in the new sheet metal