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Old 24th November 2011, 09:30 AM
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does anyone have a plan or dimensions for the mx5 based locost chassis jig that i could use, i am about to start my project and never done this kind of thing before so could use a help to get started.

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Old 24th November 2011, 09:34 AM
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does anyone have a plan or dimensions for the mx5 based locost chassis jig that i could use, i am about to start my project and never done this kind of thing before so could use a help to get started.

thanks kitch
There is a guide here you can download and use Kitch, needs to be read in conjunction with the Haynes Build Guide:

http://www.saturnsportscars.co.uk/mx5.php

There is also a thread on the "Donor Cars" section with feedback and other peoples builds on it.

Hope that Helps.....AndyH
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Old 24th November 2011, 09:47 AM
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There is a guide here you can download and use Kitch, needs to be read in conjunction with the Haynes Build Guide:

http://www.saturnsportscars.co.uk/mx5.php

There is also a thread on the "Donor Cars" section with feedback and other peoples builds on it.

Hope that Helps.....AndyH
thats great thanks
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