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    Nice work, that'll do the trick!

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    FINALLY got to work in the garage, it was up to 0C ! : Spent the afternoon and evening whittling out my hubs on the lathe today. I'm hoping tomorrow I'll get some time to drill the wheel studs and bolt holes that hold on the rotor.
    Started with two chunks of 6061 aluminum. Wilwood 13" rotors, Mercedes AMG 8 piston calipers.





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    Looking Good Brad

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    Thanks finished up the holes today, just have to press in the wheel studs and bearing races then assemble!

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    I have a rollcage done in the Dart, this took some time.



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    I see your using an oil accumulator. How is that working for you? I bought one a while ago but I still have any reason to install it yet. Just seems like a good idea.

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    Custom aluminum pistol grip shifter
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    I made some brackets for my new power a steering pump and a thermostat housing.







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    looks great!,wish i had your talent

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    Very nice Brad, like how did away with any spacers. I threw a couple together using SBC brackets and yours is WAY cleaner. Don't let Dan see this, he will want his money back lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 72BBSwinger View Post
    Very nice Brad, like how did away with any spacers. I threw a couple together using SBC brackets and yours is WAY cleaner. Don't let Dan see this, he will want his money back lol.
    Thanks!
    Here is the finished product all installed.


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    man that looks good brad! keep us updated on how well the new pump works!
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    i just finished making a power bracket setup too after adding a borgenson box to my fury.very similar to yours .nice work
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    Quote Originally Posted by dacuda View Post
    i just finished making a power bracket setup too after adding a borgenson box to my fury.very similar to yours .nice work
    Looks great!

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    Kinda slow in here lately? Everyone must be busy? I haven't done much in awhile myself. A couple weeks ago I started up again on my custom k-frame project. Finally got the calipers mounted to the spindles. Calipers are 8 piston from a Mercedes AMG something or other...





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