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Old 12-12-2006, 06:48 AM   #1 (permalink)
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start of build SN 58

here we go the start of the build
picked it up on fri and got back home on sat
they had a new formual 4 sitting on the floor to waiting for it new own i think
they also have a lot of orders to build and at least one of the up coming ones is a rolling chassie or maybe even a full build from talking with the guy
so it is taking a little longer to get the F toys out of the doors







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Old 12-12-2006, 08:34 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Cool have fun with the build. Jerry does awesome work! are you going to do any comps? at this rate we should have a big class by 08
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rear spring mounts









these are the rear srping mounts that hendrex sells for the frame to move the springs inboard and it also angles then a few degress.
very interesting getting springs hook back up at the rear end

then forgot i had relocated the mounts and s[ent a few hours fighting the spring pads trying to get them lined up oh well there are now ground off the rear end and the new ,ounts ready to sit in place then bolt them up and set the right drive line angle so no shim pads have to be run

biggest problem is i have no gradge here and we have high winds and rain right now have part of the house across streets roof in my front yard right now too
waiting for day light to see how much mor damage has been done due to the high winds
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