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11-04-2009 06:12 PM Brake system
Welded the brake booster brackets into place fitted the booster, bent the linkage arm from peddle to the booster. Fitted the 4 way valve body to the chassis. Started piping the brake lines up. Went to the brake experts to get braided hoses made up what a joke after $200 bucks and a mess gave up, will try again when I find someone that knows what they are doing. Comment from them, all care no responsibility.


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11-04-2009 05:58 PM Brake manufacturing
Sent drawings of the brake arm & booster brackets to profile cutters and got them laser cut. Tack welded it to the boss.


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11-04-2009 03:34 PM Steering Arm
First photo shows top Support bracket welded to the firewall
Second shows the steering arm in place top support is temp the arm will be covered in S/Steel.
Third Shows Steering box connected to arm.



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11-04-2009 03:29 PM Steering Arm
First photo shows old steering arm with the new steering arm on top. The new arm is 6" higher at the fire wall than the old giving me plenty of room for the brake peddle.
Second shows the cross brace added to support the bottom bracket.
Third is the top support bracket.



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11-03-2009 07:29 PM Front Engine mount
Front Engine mount for a 350 Chevy Decided to put this design up as I drew it and worked out all the measurements I guess I can share it. This is for those how want to have the alternator low down close to the chassis. There is only one cut out on the left hand side as the other has the alternator mount on it. Manufactured from 8mm or 3/8 plate steel. I have this in AutoCAD if anyone would like it. Sorry its in Metric


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