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Topic Review (Newest First)
01-11-2005 06:00 AM
Suprsizit
Quote:
Originally Posted by silor
hope it works for you
never seen it done like that
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These guys do a lot of things you ain't never seen done that way before, and they are masters at it. Truely craftsmens of the highest order...
01-10-2005 09:17 PM
stepfor Good to see another POTD from the other side of the world...It sure seems like it's been a while...



Any pic's of that tube bender your friends are using yet?
01-10-2005 07:23 PM
silor hope it works for you
never seen it done like that
01-10-2005 10:25 AM
85 rocrnr
Quote:
Originally Posted by sled_dog
come-a-long and jacks are the right way to straighten a frame... or is that the cheap way?


If it works ....hey what the f.
01-10-2005 10:19 AM
JimKyser
Quote:
Originally Posted by ehsankiani
Thats probably for a MB
Ehsan
Actually, it looks like a 1972-1975 CJ5. It has the later front crossmember used with Saginaw steering (1972 and later) and and it looks like the frame rails are a constant distance apart, front to back (1975 and older).
01-10-2005 09:17 AM
Bmf24 looks like c channel to me too. and alot bigger than any part of the frame.
01-10-2005 09:13 AM
J Bruce That 2x4 looks like a piece of c-channel to me...
01-10-2005 08:52 AM
sceep
Quote:
Originally Posted by welndmn
Is it scay that the frame will bend before that 2x4 will brake?
lol.... my thoughts exactly.
01-10-2005 08:45 AM
welndmn Is it scay that the frame will bend before that 2x4 will brake?
01-10-2005 02:56 AM
ehsankiani
Quote:
Originally Posted by shankles43
nice, whats that a frame for?
Thats probably for a MB
Ehsan
01-09-2005 07:07 PM
5spd
Quote:
Originally Posted by sled_dog
come-a-long and jacks are the right way to straighten a frame... or is that the cheap way?
It may also be the only way in some countries.....
01-09-2005 06:50 PM
sled_dog come-a-long and jacks are the right way to straighten a frame... or is that the cheap way?
01-09-2005 04:24 PM
shankles43 nice, whats that a frame for?
01-09-2005 03:22 PM
ehsankiani
Potd..

Straightening a frame using a Jack..
Ehsan

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