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Front drivers side floor pan replacement

Hi guys what’s the best way to go about this, I have some Swiss cheese in my floor pan on the drivers side front right under the pedals so I’m assuming it’s dorm wet shoes and what not. The floor elsewhere is perfect, anyways I bought a replacement piece from opgi. Should I cut out the bad areas now or should I wait until I have the piece in my hands? What’s the best way to weld these in?
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