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Old 06-26-2003, 08:55 PM
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So Cal rod Shop now does a step box on their 32 frames from what I see in the ads. If I understand correctly they started doing this to help protect the lines and also to hide them a little bit. In about another year we are going to built another 36 Pontiac and Plans right now include step boxing the entire frame, although it is plenty strong I am going to have to cut the x-member partway out and will lose some of that strengh. As far as clamps the one from Gordman are very nice, but a lot of times I use what are called adle clamps, these are manufactured for electric wiring and are made out of either stainless or aluminum and have a rubber cushion and are available in a varity of sizes. Not saying it is perfect, but it works for me.
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