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clarke1

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Fully caught up.

as of now... I already prepped the leafs this week so the axle can fully bump. First I will mount the bumpstops, then start on the upper shock mounts. Will have updates Sunday or Monday.

-Morgan
 

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Forty1Racing

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This build is absolutely awesome, It has a far different style from anything I have previously seen, and I love how it is coming out.
excited to see more!
 

TRichards

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No kidding! This is so out of the box thinking. You have so much talent with the tube and plate work. Very impressive. Can't wait to see more.
 

clarke1

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got some work done friday and saturday. Figuring out bump stop and shock location took alot of time out of actual building. Forgot my camera at the shop, so expect a Monday update. Thanks again for the comments, I do appreciate them.

-Morgan
 

clarke1

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these were old pictures I had of it, there is a bit more done and its sitting on all 4's now. next time I take it out of the enclosed I will take some.... Its got TTB in front with single swing steering, 460CI Ford big block. Art Carr c6 and 4 doors..
 

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clarke1

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Most of my time this last weekend was spent cycling the rear suspension and determining the location for the shocks and bump stops. The GOOD news is I have all the measurements now, and I should have shocks on this thing next weekend!!

Updates:

-fabricated bump stop mounting plates. also incorporated some alignment blocks for the bump stop itself.
 

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clarke1

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-I've been avoiding filling in this tube junction near the bump stop area. Originally it was left open so I could weld all the tube structure then plate it in. It needed to be done before I could move on...

here is that section and the bump stop mounts
 

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Devin J

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Very nice work! Looks like you won't have any trouble getting a job anytime soon!
 

clarke1

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getting a job? do you mean taking on a project for someone? I have a job... and thanks for the reply
 

ZTFab

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[video=youtube;D_hTeEpynvk]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D_hTeEpynvk[/video]
 

clarke1

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im starting to get the idea that you like to d a little plate work
I do not know if I like it, but I definately do not mind working with it...:)



I just got back from the shop. 3 Long days of work payed off, shock mounts are done & welded, limit straps are also mounted. Too tired to post pics tonight... tomarrow for sure
 
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