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    ****ing sick holy crap!

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    Hella fresh as ****
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    I'm pumped about this front end, very happy with the outcome.

    I'm glad I stuck with the stock spindles, really kept the GoQuad feel up front. The front end is rock solid now. And although costly, finishing the tie rods is a huge motivator.

    I'll now move to the steering column for a little work, but from here the engine mount goes into motion. After the engine will come the seat, then the tank and finally the bumpers. But you know damn well I'm running it before I finish the bumpers.



















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    Bad to the bone!

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    Loving your fabrication work DOH top notch as always, my good sir.
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    There's a list? Wow that means Arick dodge was first and NIZ was second. Good to know.

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    Thank you Neil

    The knuckles didn't come out as smooth as I invisioned, but they're stout and and not so sloppy anymore. Glad I went with the better quality steel with the tie rods, it polished up quick with minimal labor.

    Still conjuring up the engine mount layout, definitely base mount though. Hoping to keep moving forward this weekend, but started some work to a long awaiting cylinder tonight.
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    I can't wait to see your tall *** sitting in it.

    El Bastardo es muy bestia!

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    holy crap Dave?!
    over achieve much?
    have you weighed this pig yet?

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    This is looking really really good. That steering setup looks awesome

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    Is that an EZ starter adapter plate to run a 460 starter?
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    Quote Originally Posted by blt113 View Post
    I can't wait to see your tall *** sitting in it.

    El Bastardo es muy bestia!
    Why do you think the sides of that kart seat are cut out?

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    holy crap Dave?!
    over achieve much?
    have you weighed this pig yet?
    Thanks Brent! I have not, but it's heavy with that 60. It will be even heavier when I make a billet engine mount plate.


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    This is looking really really good. That steering setup looks awesome
    Thanks J, I'm loving the front end myself.


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    Is that an EZ starter adapter plate to run a 460 starter?
    It's an EZ start adapter alright..................
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    Hell Fab

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    I'm trying to stay moving on this, I know what will happen if I don't.

    The wide rear axle pushes the engine further from the seat, allowing me to push the seat back further. A huge benefit for these lanky *** legs. I still need to trim the seat a little and epoxy to seal up the fiberglass. Going to knock out the front seat mounts next. I've seen some interesting methods, and have a plan.

    Not sure where to mount the tank yet. I have a Corvette Jim steering column bracket XLR8R was nice enough to give me at A.Z. P.F. 14. But prefer mounting it behind the seat, although it's tight in there. giggity! We'll see......

    Spanks was doing some work on the C.N.C. and whipped out these logos. It's on a cut out scrap piece, but I was very pleased to have it. Sitting on the shelf is no place for it, and didn't know how to tie it into a ped. It has a home now.......

















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