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    Looks great Bill!

    Where did you take the rack from?

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    Thanks It's from a holden commodore I was going to use a manual rack but went with the pwr one now as I am also using a hydroboost brake master.Cheers Bill

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    Been kind of slow here still, so I will show something:



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    My bodygrill buildphotos

    Made it super heavy, each winch can lift around 1700lbs/ 800Kg, you never know if one day need to turn my Super Duty up side down

    If it raises any questions, fill free to ask...

    Just have one thing to upgrade: steering arm, I planed to have a beam that can be attach to trailer hitch and pull around and it will steer at the same time but made it out with just little too small tubing and wrong anchor place.

    That I will have to fix. And maeby make another lift bracket for smaller upright beam that controls center of gravity of the car. I really cant explane it in english but will post pictures when done. Idea is that I wont need my two post lift so much when setting car in "grill" as we call this device.

    The total parts cost was around 350€, tubing is mostly second hand from a friend, same as wheels & tires. Made it in 5 days, used mig/tig/plasma/small grinder and hand drill.

    One idea I had just little too late, locking plate can be made from motorcycle rear chain sprocket. 8)
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    SWEET!!! I am hoping to get around to building one in a few weeks. Not quite as mobile, but effective none the less.
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    That's one of the best I have seen nice work.

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    I made a valley tray.




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    sumpthing I have made

    This is for a rhd A body BB 5 spd R&P ect

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    Brads70: that looks awesom, how did you seal that door? With O-ring or just gasket sealent..

    44TVF: that pan came out great. Looks like factory made. Made you have a factory there...

    In acouple of days I'll post pics of 426 HEMI intake for twin screw supercharger and one off aluminium gas tank for B-body...
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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperB70 View Post
    Brads70: that looks awesom, how did you seal that door? With O-ring or just gasket sealent..

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    Thanks, Just going to use sealer. No oil pressure so why bother I figure?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperB70 View Post

    44TVF: that pan came out great. Looks like factory made. Made you have a factory there.
    Thanks no factory here just built in the shed out back.

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    Not sure if this qualifies or not, but it's all I have to offer at the moment.
    My latest project has been building an Engine Run/Test Stand. The first and most immediate application for the stand will be testing & tuning various components for my upcoming 67 resto project, engine, carburetors, ignition systems, fuel delivery systems, cooling components etc,etc,etc. It's still a work in progress at the moment, but nearly completed. I hope to have it up and running very soon... I really just need to take a weekend off and finish it up, but that's easier said than done sometimes.

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    I think it counts. Looks good!
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    Two things I made back when I managed a shop. Run up stand with cooling / charging system. Second was a K member stand that allowed us to assemble the complete front suspension, engine and transmission and installing from underneath the car. Worked like a charm.
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    Now this is cool. I knew that people are building stuff.

    Looks really nice guy's...

    I got spareparts to my tig today, been on hold cos it... Hope to thing running again...
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    Rolling Thunder

    You gott'a love a good K-Member stand... I had plans drawn up for a nice low rider unit, but let's face it, you can pick up a decent 1500 lb motorcycle lift at places like Harbor Freight for a similar cost. A couple of minor modifications and you've got yourself a nice portable K-Member/Tranny cradle.

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