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Old 06-01-2005, 05:16 PM
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'23 t bucket frame plans???

hey there! im planning on building a t bucket and as i was looking at the frame it lookes pretty simple to build. i have all the tools to do it right. my question is does any one have or know of a place where i could find some plans for the chassis? it would be a great help!

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Old 06-01-2005, 06:58 PM
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thanks so very much! your my hero, along with alice cooper, teddy rosivelt, winston churchill, and ted nugent!
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How bout somep pics of your ride?
By the way I have a 1919 model T truck roadster body that'll go on a homebuilt 2x3 frame.
And heres also an awesome link to a page that show the build-up of a home-made frame and t-bucket.
http://members.tripod.com/~Jackak10/tbucket.html
I dont like the T he built that much, but all the pics and info is very helpfull.
Another good site is http://www.nationaltbucketalliance.com
They have some good tech articles in there for example here you'll see them all. Lotta stuff on frame and steering geometry.

Have fun,


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ill get some up as soon as i get started on it. im planning on putting in a flathead through a saganaw 4 speed, and then into a banjo rear end. its gonna be finberglass tho, but oh well! i really dont wanna pay 2500 for the steel when i can get the glass one for 1/4 of that. im planning on painting it black w/ red wheels and red/green pinstriping that im gonna do myself. im thining about doing my own interior with white and red vinyl tuck & roll. iv put it down on paper and drawn a few sketches of what i kinda want. ill keep everyone updated on how it gose over this summer, as I have it off (like all other highschoolers). ill put the sketches of it down in a little later today.
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re:'23 t bucket frame plans???

Would it be to much to ask ,to have the '23 t bucket frame plans reposted.

Thanks, Don
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i have the complete front suspision from the texas t for sell. we changed it to a hiedts. it is on my web site under kaska's texas t. complete down to spring perches. it was an old total performance plan bought in 68.
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T bucket plans

I bought a set of plans 10 years ago from California Custom Roadsters and built 2 chassis. they worked good. I have 3 Jag rear ends left in the shop, sold one. jag prints are part of the package. I am taking a street rod class at Utah Valley State University. Senior cost is only $105 ...reg kids pay over a grand.. about 10 of us grandpaws in there working on our cars . the college has a fantastic shop and the panel fab instructor can hold his own with covell, tinman and the other well known builders.
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'23 T bucket frame plans

I' m looking at retiring here next July. Sure would like to see something like that here in Minne-snow-ta!
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23 t bucket frame plans

Hey Centerline would it be possible to get that web site for the plans for the frame? I can't find anything!
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http://www.nationaltbucketalliance.c.../techindex.asp
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23 frame

thanks! I checked out the site as well as CCR and they have frames plans to purchase.
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Could I get 23 Tbucket frame plans

Anyone got any frame plans that I could have for a 23 bucket. Thanks.
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free T bucket plans

go to the tbucketeers web site and there find youngster's plans and down load for free ... Ted Brown is a regular there He was the driving force behind CCR when it first started ....most plans won't have radiator mounts. clutch-brake mounts .. battery box. or fuel tank . seat belt mounts...that depends on what you use. good luck ..
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here is a link to youngsters frame plans.

http://www.savefile.com/files/1403255

also check out www.tbucketeers.com

www.eztbucket.com
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