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    Nice iron work


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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy5160 View Post
    Nice iron work


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    Thank you!!
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    Nice to see it coming together like that. Looks sweet.
    Quote Originally Posted by VeruGE*144 View Post
    That thing I freaking sweet man! Good work


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    Worked on building a core support for the radiator and brackets to bolt the fan to the core support. Started working out where my front control arms are going to go. Kinda jumping around while I figure out how I want to mount the shocks.20171007_230905.jpg20171007_231753.jpg20171007_231800.jpg

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    Cut off some square tubing from the frame that I had used setting up the new frame rails. Got my control arms setup to just about where I want them. There's not a lot of room between the frame and upper control arms. Good thing the axle is setup up at full bump right now. When I finally get the coilovers installed I'll probably move the axle bracket and make more room.20171008_220346.jpg20171008_220404.jpg

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    My upper frame brackets needed to be trimmed to make room for the lower bracket bolts. I took it to work and throw them on the mill.20171010_122905.jpg

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    All the control arm brackets are tacked on and I'm ready to test the flex. There is some binding because two of the brackets on the axle broke off. 20171011_221754.jpg I have panhard bar brackets and rod ends ordered so hopefully I can figure this out before it gets here.

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    The beginnings of my second attempt setting up my control arms. The frame will probably need to be notched for clearance. I'll add tubing to stiffen the frame.20171012_204350.jpg

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    Took a little break so I don't get burned out. I picked up a mill and rotary table and going to resurface and slot my rotors.20171027_162153.jpg

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    Had to modify my brackets again. Milled the old weld off to make a ledge for some new plate. That will let the bracket be in double shear instead single with gussets.20171030_193524.jpg

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