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02-28-2010 01:04 AM On the move
All parts cleaned and laid out for the moving company to come in and pack. We are not aloud to pack these ourselves or the insurance may not cove the items.


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02-28-2010 12:57 AM On the move
Strip down complete, wire brushed, cleaned chassis and steel primed all raw steel. Needs to be clean and dust free to get past customs.


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02-28-2010 12:21 AM Rolling Chassis
Rolling chassis finally after many years, perfection takes time far from perfect at the moment. After getting this far I need to change countries moving from New Zealand to Australia decided to take the T-Bucket with me so I guess back to the drawing board with inspections and many more changes to get it registered in Australia hopefully not to many. This will put me back a few months as I need to strip it down to parts once again for the move.


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  [Entry #101]

02-21-2010 12:52 AM Drive Shaft
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Sent the three parts out to be welded by a certified welder I would hate it to brake


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02-21-2010 12:41 AM Drive Shaft
Drive shaft manufacturing, as the two ends are from different vehicles front turbo350 rear ford 8" limited slip diff. I manufactured a spacer tapered down to the correct size.
Cut and machined the drive shaft to a length of 20 inches.


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