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Old 11-11-2018, 09:07 AM
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Dane mighty fine work.A question was asked about drive shaft removal .When I build tube structures and I want to be able to service the vehicle later I use these tube joints that the offroad guys use.They are very strong and very clean looking once the welds are dressed .They don't mess with the clean look of your design like two bolt flanges do.They are available in different diameters and wall thicknesses.https://www.kartek.com/parts/interlo...ll-tubing.html. Bob.

Those are some pretty slick fittings Bob.


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Old 11-11-2018, 10:13 PM
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Dane mighty fine work.A question was asked about drive shaft removal .When I build tube structures and I want to be able to service the vehicle later I use these tube joints that the offroad guys use.They are very strong and very clean looking once the welds are dressed .They don't mess with the clean look of your design like two bolt flanges do.They are available in different diameters and wall thicknesses.https://www.kartek.com/parts/interlo...ll-tubing.html. Bob.
Thanks. Iíve actually made some split tubing joints similar to this in the past (the non interlocking ones). I may just get a pair of these for the transmission crossmember mount. Thanks again!
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I am planning a divorce to be able to marry this car when its done, I hope the owner won't mind! Great work and so inspirational.
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I looked at the whole tread on your build, and all I can say ...INCREDIBLE!!!!!!!
Well thought out, well carried out, good quality workmanship body and mechanically Well done !!
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Thanks for the nice comments guys! Iíve been meaning and wanting to post some updates, however there just isnít anything too substantial or interesting to post really. Iím still plugging away at it, itís just taking longer than Iíd like for good visual progress. Add in the busy holidays and I just have nothing to post yet.
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