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3GE Components 30th June 2010 12:29 PM

Rear Upright Jigs.
Hi Guys,

I've been thinking of ways to do this easily and have come up with these

Disc Uprights LHD & RHD

Drum Uprights

They work out at 10 each, but we are thinking of maybe hiring them out, I'm working on a set of wishbone jigs for hiring out as well, depending on interest.

Any thoughts kindly appreciated :)

Kind regards


Eternal 30th June 2010 12:54 PM

Fantastic idea! i wish someone made jigs for the wishbones/suspension brackets/uprights. I would def buy a jig for each.

twinturbo 30th June 2010 01:08 PM

Look good John, you could probably send them out with the kit parts if requested with a deposit untill their return.

Having accurate jigs available will help many builders progress quicker.



Spikehaus 30th June 2010 10:02 PM

Great idea, and it looks as if you have amended the original disc jig to suit the caliper mountings. you offer all three setups now?

David_17 30th June 2010 10:13 PM

I would also be interested in jig rental.

Especially the front upper wishbone (with angled camber adjuster) and a jig for fitting the suspension brakets to the chasis. ;)

3GE Components 1st July 2010 02:41 PM

Hi Nick,

No we've adopted your position for the disc uprights now, and drums will remain as per book.

Kind regards


Spikehaus 1st July 2010 08:09 PM

Great stuff, it was hard work adapting your original uprights and I have a machine shop at my disposal!

Are you at the Exeter show this year? I appreciate its a lot of work and expense, but if you need a hand it will be great to keep the Haynes thing going.

Keep up the good work,

For anyone new to the forum, 3GE parts are top quality.

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