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duneridercr250

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and now it will rip the mounts off the truck! lol my lowers are .125 with .090 overlays and they have been through some shit. my theory was it should be strong enough to take any "normal" abuse i throw at it but will hopefully be weaker then the stock frame....maybe. lol on another topic, where did you get your fixture plate? Is it blanchard ground?
Yeah your probalbly right. 0.3125" vs .215" total thickness, 0.0975" too thick.....it will never work. California metals, not blanchard ground, it will never work.
 
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Yeah your probalbly right. 0.3125" vs .215" total thickness, 0.0975" too thick.....it will never work. California metals, not blanchard ground, it will never work.
didnt mean any of it as talking shit, if it came across that way. The fixture table is something i have been considering. We have a badass one at the shop i work at, but something small would be nice for home use. Any goal for when this thing will be running?
 

duneridercr250

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didnt mean any of it as talking shit, if it came across that way. The fixture table is something i have been considering. We have a badass one at the shop i work at, but something small would be nice for home use. Any goal for when this thing will be running?
Ok, my bad then. Yeah I figured a fixture plate would be better than a welded fixture for each part. Mine is 1" 6061 aluminum to minimize weight, but still weighs 55lbs without anything attached to it. Also, I got it from Competitive Metals, not California metals. Honestly, the goal has been to finish before the next desert season, for the last 7 years.
 

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