Insulation...from a cooler cut it up into workable pieces (please don't tell me if I shouldn't have done that
and as far as the shape I had a rachet strap all the way around.
I placed the door on the hinges, wrapped the strap around the door and proceeded to rachet away until I got the right bend. The door itself didn't seem to want to spring flat so I wasn't to worried. If you look at how I cut out the pieces I had three seperate pieces. I left a good one inch around the edges to help keep that shape and even left a 3 inch piece intact to make sure the door wouldn't twist like a rag.
I did some tweaking on the hinges by adding more spacers to force the door upwards. The I took the door off and proceeded to fiberglass away.
The bottom left of the door fits more snug now by far. I am very pleased with the results. I have some more fiberglassing to be done where the threshold is.
Hee hee! I saw your post last night, but I thought maybe you were going to add more photos, so I held off in replying.
Good for you for tackling the job yourself
I have a couple of questions, as long as you're here:
1) What did you put back in for core?
2) Was the curve of your door already a good fit, and did you use some kind of jig to hold that shape while you worked on it? And/or did you do some shape tweaking as part of the job?