FRANNY-F100, boys first build

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Homework for the boy this memorial weekend! I need one of the low tables next week for a new build so chop chop!
 

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Big shout out to Jonathan and Ryan at Brenthel!!! Very helpful and humble shop. They make you feel like one of the guys and no ego issues. Great customer service and I so appreciate the beautiful set of arms they made for me! Front end complete now! The set I had have seen many race miles and were a bit for wear. The bulkhead is new from Brenthel also.
 

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It was a wonderful surprise when I asked if they could install my uni-balls from my other set of arms and Ryan looked at me and said. No!
They are ready to go, fresh paint, bushings, sleeves and new Uni-balls are already installed. Plug and play! I had only expected the arms raw. Heat treated and ready to run!
 

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Big shout out to Jonathan and Ryan at Brenthel!!! Very helpful and humble shop. They make you feel like one of the guys and no ego issues. Great customer service and I so appreciate the beautiful set of arms they made for me! Front end complete now! The set I had have seen many race miles and were a bit for wear. The bulkhead is new from Brenthel also.

that is so rad it has a brenthel front end.
lets do a feature on this when its closer
 

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This seems to be reverse progress pic! Lots of lacing to go but root passes going down. We welded enough to pull from the jig.
 

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All you know!!!!! It’s piece by piece and dollar by dollar! Bleed, hurt, recover, repeat!
 

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So to be 100% honest. I made the engine mounts with tube connectors for removal. Then I pulled the engine without removing them. Hmmmm.
 
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