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Post subject:   PostPosted: Jun 10, 2013 - 04:59 PM
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I remember those days! Fun times.

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gwader wrote:
I remember those days! Fun times.


Yeah fun times Rolling Eyes LOL

So a little paint stripper, some wire brush action and they come out pretty clean



Grind off the "Corvette" logo



And then spray with some caliper paint.

 
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Did a little bit of work on the chassis this past week.





 
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Oh man that is a tone of work. Hmmmmm.... looks like you got the Roadster chassis upgrade on the center console area. Nice!

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body cage

I've made a overlay pic somewhere of a 6.0 body support somewhere. If someone know where it is post it.

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Is this the one you are talking about Greg, I have it saved on my computer and will definitely be using it for reference. What size material did you use for the cage? I'll be starting on that in the next couple of weeks.

 
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oh....... The A pilar are 1.5 inch. Then 1 in for the rest. I think. For the top anyway.

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Thanks Greg, I am going to go buy the material this weekend.
 
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I finally got my suspension installed and the wheels put on, feels really good to get to this stage ::bounce. I have more pictures but I will upload those Monday from work, it's a pain to do it on this tablet I have.



 
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Wow looking good mann!!! Keep it up!!

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Lambo_Sam wrote:
Wow looking good mann!!! Keep it up!!


Thanks Sam Cool

Ok, here are some more that I was not able to upload during the weekend:

















 
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Be careful if you are rolling the chassis around without an axle stub in the rear bearings. It will fall apart on you.

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Be careful if you are rolling the chassis around without an axle stub in the rear bearings. It will fall apart on you.


Will this happen just by rolling it around in the shop? You think I should put a bolt and nut like the front? Thanks for the warning!
 
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