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    Quote Originally Posted by klungly View Post
    Added some supports going from the shock hoops to the section of frame with the engine mounts. Should help stiffen everything up front when I cut out the unneeded part of the old frame. Started plumbing the transmission cooler lines. I wanted to make each line out of a single piece of tubing. Got a little too short on this line. Hopefully the next on I can make the way I want it.
    Those shock hoops look stout! Builds looking great.


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    Quote Originally Posted by wjtstudios View Post
    Those shock hoops look stout! Builds looking great.


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    Temporarily mounted the orbital valve and steering column. I'm happy with where the valve is but the column might be a little too high. I'll have to make a new bracket.
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    Reinforcing the frame to role cage with some more tubing.
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    I made and welded in some fuel cell mounts. Drilled and tapped mounting holes
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