good afternoon cboy .... I am your number 1 fan, let me congratulate you in advance, I tell you that I am going to make my own homemade hotrod, I have an idea with welding and I do not find it difficult to work the metal, I think I am a regular craftsman, I have learned a lot from his publications, I only want his help if possible, I need the measures of the chassis, because I do not have the donor yet, but I want to start manufacturing the chassis, I am looking for a Ford F150 end of the 70s as you recommend in your samples, but I also like the front suspensions of the dodge of the 70, if it is not too much to ask I would like to have the measures of the black roadster that you built from 0, a marvel of car, I go by mine, without more than asking me goodbye, many greetings and thank you very much for your attention ..... excuse the bad spelling but I am using google translator, I do not know English and I am from Colombia ..... thank you very much ... .
I owe you a huge apology for not responding to your question. It got totally lost in my notification box. Sorry about that. If you are still looking at using a twin I beam front end, I found that making the frame rails 32" wide (measured outside to outside) works well and then plac3 the axle pivot mount holes directly over the frame rail. (works on axles up to 79, later axles require different mounting positions). Hope that helps a bit. Again, sorry for the delay.
are there any standard measurements I should follow on the frame build . and is there any measurements when some one uses the twin I beam type front end . I did not no if the book shows dimision on it .