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Old 13th November 2009, 02:05 PM
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Hi I am building my Locost and i am up to putting the frame in for the steering column and i have made the frame and the angles are not right to the book. The book I am using is Build your own sports car on a budget by Chris Gibbs and the frame i have used is on page 170 in this book can anyone help me please many thanks Andrew.
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Hi and welcome,

Now it may depend on which version of the book you have, there's a list of corrections here

http://www.haynes.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?t=2430

Hope this helps

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Hi I am building my Locost and i am up to putting the frame in for the steering column and i have made the frame and the angles are not right to the book. The book I am using is Build your own sports car on a budget by Chris Gibbs and the frame i have used is on page 170 in this book can anyone help me please many thanks Andrew.
the lower angle on the outer piece is wrong. ignore the little gap line it all up and just weld it
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Many thanks for all your help

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