75’ C10 Tube Chassis

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85yota

TT Motorsports
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Pretty sure the water jet cut the plates out flat... Thanks though, lol. I'll do my best to keep the steering rack from being bolted on catawampus ...
I'm sure the plates were cut flat but any welding could have warped it a bit. I've seen that part be Blanchard ground or milled back flat to ensure no problems in future

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partybarge_pilot

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Pretty sure the water jet cut the plates out flat... Thanks though, lol. I'll do my best to keep the bulkhead flat and the steering rack from being assembled onto the chassis catawampus... My original plan was to weld it all without a jig and warp the living shit out of everything, thank God for your help. God did I miss DR's responses. *Please read this in a heavy southern accent.* :LOL:
You'll know when you bolt it down. There are 2 options to fix it if it is, shock shim or open the holes up and stick tube through and weld tack them in while everything is bolted up.
 

jonsangel

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Pretty sure the water jet cut the plates out flat... Thanks though, lol. I'll do my best to keep the bulkhead flat and the steering rack from being assembled onto the chassis catawampus... My original plan was to weld it all without a jig and warp the living shit out of everything, thank God for your help. God did I miss DR's responses. *Please read this in a heavy southern accent.* :LOL:
ahh you're that Cole. I remember you're tacoma build now
 

ColesCoffin_13

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You'll know when you bolt it down. There are 2 options to fix it if it is, shock shim or open the holes up and stick tube through and weld tack them in while everything is bolted up.
No I hear ya lol , and I could see sticking a tube through and tacking it. It was all braced down in place. These are older picts, ill throw some newer stuff up tomorrow.
 

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