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07-03-2010 01:41 AM Floor Manufacturing
Floor cut out ready to try the fit Photo1, All fitted good a bit flimsy Photo 2, will need to install supports around the gear box to strengthen the floor Photo 3


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07-03-2010 01:37 AM Floor Manufacturing
Installed the gearbox back onto the chassis Photo 1, using the same piece of cardboard cutout the profile of the gearbox Photo 2, Transferred this to the floor sheet Photo 3


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07-03-2010 01:33 AM Floor Manufacturing
Renting a house is great no work to do around the house except 10 minutes to mow the lawns every 3 weeks. Gives me all weekend to work on the bucket.
Time to get back onto the body, got a sheet of cardboard and cut out the profile of the outside walls Photo 1, using a sheet of 2mm zincalum cut it out roughly Photo 2. Had a bit of grinding to get it to fit correctly Photo 3


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06-26-2010 10:16 PM Motor build
Water bend added and rolled it outside as the sun is out and will help the paint harden also give me a look at the color in real light instead of under fluros. Not much to do now just the distributor new plugs as I painted these ones.




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06-26-2010 10:05 PM Motor Build
Alternator standoff brackets had to be machined used Stainless Steel. The alternator is a 100amp General Motors Chrome Alloy with a internal regulator.


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