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05-18-2006 09:26 AM
Bob D.
T Bucket plans

I built my first frame for next to nothing but that was when china wasn't buying up all the steel and it was a lot cheaper. My suggestion would be to buy a frame from one of the long list of frame manufacturers, Speedway has a good frame a
nd the rest of the parts to put it together also. They have been great to me.
Another suggestion would be to get the street rod magizine of your choice and search the adds. T frames are easy to build but you do need to know welding and have some fabricating skills. This is the base of your car and needs to be right! Of course if you have the tools and the skills, you will want to do it yourself, but sometimes it is more cost effecient to buy some parts and make the little ones for yourself. Lots of luck The T is a good beginer rod.
05-14-2006 09:36 PM
davekreis
plans what plans

buy a frame kit from one of the dealers and the rest you can do i bought mine from speedway with all the bracket and eng/trans mount for a 350chevynad turbo 350 the rest is not hard let them do the welding in a jig and save the extra work.
05-13-2006 11:58 AM
OldSchoolChevy you can got to www.tperformance.com they are a t bucket kit area but I think I remember seeing some plans on there. Even if you dont there are still some nice lookin bickets on there, wouldnt mind havin one myself...........even if its not a chevy
05-13-2006 10:44 AM
Tbucit
Plans ???

Building a T bucket is pretty easy. I bought plans from CCR for my first one, they did not help me at all. Get a body, decide what engine, and the rest of it just comes along. I'm doing a new one now. I have some extra parts.

tried to put in a few pictures but was told they were too large

Randall
05-13-2006 05:27 AM
devojet I am also looking for some T Bucket plans. Is there any chance someone could forward them to me.
Thanks.
04-26-2006 05:27 AM
302 Z28 Existing T buckets can be had all day long for 10K to 15K, or less. You may have that at least in one if you choose to build one. It might be better to buy an existing one and change it to match your preferences. Just a thought.

Vince
04-26-2006 01:35 AM
h0trod389 plans? what are those?

start with a STEEL body... thats all the plans you need
04-25-2006 10:52 PM
Nudge I too am looking for some T Bucket plans. Is there any chance someone could forward them to me also?
Thanks.
04-24-2006 04:15 PM
RPM did you get the email I sent you?
04-20-2006 08:43 PM
RPM Check your PM
04-20-2006 03:38 AM
derbs
T Bucket Plans

Hi there, I'm after a set of plans for a T Bucket..can anyone help me..Thanks

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