Haha thanks, I am always entertained by your backyard shenanigans. They are already 360* welded in. Without driver interference i went as wide as possible because I will only have two tubes total exiting through the firewall into the engine compartment that are far outboard..I wanted to keep the wipers for all those rainy socal days. They are now sounding more worthless the more i think about it..Love it already... did you wild in "a bars"...If not, might wanna consider narrowing the spread a bit... then you can connect right through there to engine cage without worrying about computer.
I'm just gonna leave the "wild" typo. It sounds better here ... given the use of flux core and child steel. lol
Keep those seams turned in!
lol well if i learned everything, id be rich and have a boat by now.. not a bunch of parts scattered through my garage, backyard and house.Fixed your first post for you. what more is there to learn, foa shocks, seamed tube, flux core and stick weld, mdr trophy truck in the making.
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Notches have been done with two free used HF notchers from Tommy on here. But the cutting has mostly been with the Evolution Rage chopsaw, which I highly recommend...the HF chopsaw has been returned for another user to blowup blades with..Hell yeah blue collar build! Always enjoy seeing someone with more skill than budget put stuff together.
Please tell me those notches were all done on a HF chopsaw too
Well, we could be collecting coins or stamps or some shit...So are you finally going to be building beams for your next truck that you apparently... dont own?^^^ bwahhaah. Hey hey hey. I resemble that.
I officially have new $$ parts for a truck I don't even own yet. Spare bedroom is full of parts, and yard is too. Maybe i should just start the build thread...