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Old 06-03-2007, 06:36 PM
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Wanted 1923 T Bucket detailed frame plans

Wanted T Bucket Detailed Frame plans dimentions And measurments 1st builder My kids are almost grown Its dads time hope you car help with my dream car dilema Thnk you in advance... Shaky

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Total Performance sell parts, a instruction manual and Video ...

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Hey thanx deuce Just seeing if any 1 had their frame plans on line or posted on this site sure sume 1 does thanx again deuce take care .. Shaky
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People have been gracious nuff to send me links the problem with them are theres no measurments like how long is the rail before it kicks up,,how long is the kick up and then how long is the rest of the rail... how wide is the frame inside rail to inside rail.. Thats what im looking for Thanx for taking the time to respond to my message Matt take care. Sume 1 out there has that info.. Thanx again Shaky
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Most of the frames that are scratch built are built to suit the particular dimensions of what the builder is using for a body, box or deck lid, engine, transmission, front suspension design, rear suspension and so on. Most builders just mock those pieces up on the floor and go from there. Some even use 2X4 lumber to mock up and design their frame befor building it in steel. Here is a bit more reading for you.

Who has built their own frame from scratch?

http://www.hotrodders.com/forum/jou...age=1&reverse=1

http://www.hotrodders.com/forum/jou...age=1&reverse=1

http://www.hotrodders.com/forum/jou...age=1&reverse=1

http://www.nationaltbucketalliance.c...ssis/index.asp

If you want dimensions for a "kit" t bucket you will have to go to one of the websites mentioned earlier or in your other post.
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dimensions

I posted the same thing on a few forums about building my model A frame. And one of my major ?? was where to start the kick up just like you. Apparently no one makes drawings of there projects. So I am winging it using the info that I have read and recieved. I am getting ready to cut and weld. But I am making very detailed drawings of everything. So when I am done I will have a complete set of drawings for the next guy that wants to build a tudor sedan hotrod.

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I used a set of plans from California Custom Roadster to build my first Bucket from scratch, and they were excellent. My second bucket was from Total Performance, and their book with plans, dimensions, and build instructions was first rate too. Let me know if I can be of any help!



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Thanx very much

$ all your sugestions alll very helpfull if i can ever be of any help just ask keep you all advised on my project...sure i will b back to pick your brains . thanx again Shaky :
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