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Old 03-04-2020, 08:55 AM
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Awesome content and put together very well! Very enjoyable!
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Awesome content and put together very well! Very enjoyable!
Thanks, Greg. It actually helps a lot with my build process to take a minute and edit a video - if I can't explain it, how do I know it's my best work?

Meanwhile, I'm building the next one about frame construction. Here's a load of photos related to engine mounts and the first interframe crossmember.





























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Are you having your brackets cut by a local shop? I'm waiting for some brackets to be cut for upper C/O mounts. It would be nice to have options for someone around DFW that can cut/do small jobs.
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Are you having your brackets cut by a local shop? I'm waiting for some brackets to be cut for upper C/O mounts. It would be nice to have options for someone around DFW that can cut/do small jobs.
I am.

I use Western Sheetmetal for quick laser work, but they're pricey. Davis has better prices, but takes forever. Also, a buddy of mine has a plasma table, and let's me use it. It just depends on the size, detail, and when I need it.

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I am.

I use Western Sheetmetal for quick laser work, but they're pricey. Davis has better prices, but takes forever. Also, a buddy of mine has a plasma table, and let's me use it. It just depends on the size, detail, and when I need it.

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Frame build, part one, is now live. There's some good detail on how we built out the rails, because nothing "clicks together." Part two is around the corner, and deals with the Chassisworks front suspension crossmember.



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Old 05-29-2020, 09:55 AM
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Part deux.



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awesome chassis.
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Not sure if it's me only, but I don't see anything in the last 2 posts (126, 127) except for the text (no images/attachments).
I can see the images from post 122 & before.
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Old 05-29-2020, 06:19 PM
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Not sure if it's me only, but I don't see anything in the last 2 posts (126, 127) except for the text (no images/attachments).
I can see the images from post 122 & before.

They are video links.


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