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SteveH1 2nd April 2016 04:06 PM

Ok so i haven't updated this in a while.
But i have been busy as i said i had to upgrade the power supply to the shed to run the welder properly so i have since done this and also installed new lights to brighten the place up a bit.
So since i have most of the the chassis tacked together i decided to fully weld up as much as i can and my bandsaw had broken so i couldn't cut anymore steel anyway
Im currently about 95%or more welded after about 6 to 7 hours of welding


Untitled by stephen harborne, on Flickr

Untitled by stephen harborne, on Flickr

Untitled by stephen harborne, on Flickr

Untitled by stephen harborne, on Flickr

vmax1974 2nd April 2016 06:35 PM

Does the dog help out much in the man cave

looking good keep the photos coming

Rosco 2nd April 2016 09:36 PM

Looking good, welds look mint! Just carefull with all that wood about!

SteveH1 2nd April 2016 09:50 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by vmax1974 (Post 103307)
Does the dog help out much in the man cave

looking good keep the photos coming

Yea she loves leaving me toys and balls to fall over :)

SteveH1 2nd April 2016 09:53 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Rosco (Post 103308)
Looking good, welds look mint! Just carefull with all that wood about!

Cheers yea I'm well used to fire lookout I've set my fair share of cars on fire in work
And i always hang around for at leas 20 minutes after i stop welding

SteveH1 2nd April 2016 10:12 PM

Ive also got a radiator to make up the rad mounts its from a mk3 golf
So i wasn't really sure about the mounting so there was a nose cone second on eBay
and after a bit of a bidding war it was on its way across the sea i also won a dash blank


by stephen harborne, on Flickr

by stephen harborne, on Flickr

Untitled by stephen harborne, on Flickr

SteveH1 2nd April 2016 10:15 PM

by stephen harborne, on Flickr

by stephen harborne, on Flickr

by stephen harborne, on Flickr

So as you can see the rad was touching the nose cone so that needs to be adjusted glad i found out now

Thanks to Vmax for an excellent service and even better packaging
Thanks

vmax1974 2nd April 2016 11:35 PM

Glad they got there safe hope you happy with them

rpjg1975 3rd April 2016 12:24 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by vmax1974 (Post 103313)
Glad they got there safe hope you happy with them

I was just thinking they looked like yours!!!!

Russ

flyerncle 4th April 2016 01:51 PM

Depending on engine fitted the rad will go in front of it above rack mounts,where the two chassis rails run from front frame.


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