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Exhaust Systems / Re: welding exhaust
« Last post by john h on Today at 07:36:44 pm »
I'm mocking it up and the car is on he wheels on a 4 post lift.  the weight of the car is in place.  does anyone know how much clearance I need over he axle for suspension cycle or travel.  I have just under 3" on the drivers side but about 3.5" on the pass side.  I'm wondering if I should extend the over the axle pipe an 1" up and back down on the tail pipe section.  I tried to measure to the bump stop on hte frame but I just don't get a good look at the top of the axle tot he stop.  Does the suspension ever actually hit the stop?
Damn Mike, you're a welding machine these days!  :cheers:
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I finally got the door for the 62 Dart done and gone. It did not turn out as nice as I had hoped. Everything was good until I went to weld the bottom edge, then the skin developed a number of depressions that I attacked with a stud gun. I was able to get it to the point it could be use with a skim coat but it wasn't super pretty. The reason for this IMO was that the owner had welded on a section on the bottom of the door and it was not aligned correctly which pulled/pushed the door skin in opposing directions.

I got back onto the wagon and am now working on getting the floor fixed so that I can then get the fuel tank modified and put back in and then move on installing the EFI system.
The Body Shop / Re: After Market Moldings vs Original
« Last post by 70chall440 on Today at 11:28:22 am »
Which is better depends on several things, are you willing to source new/different ones, how damaged the originals are, etc. All things being equal, if you can find a set for a price you are willing to pay, then go that route.
The Body Shop / Re: 70 Cuda fenders (original steel)
« Last post by 70chall440 on Today at 11:26:14 am »
That looks normal and very nice.
Nice, congrats.
Newb Intros / Re: Here with my 73 Challenger
« Last post by 70chall440 on Today at 11:23:44 am »
Welcome, look forward to seeing some pictures.
Deposit received.
Newb Intros / Re: Here with my 73 Challenger
« Last post by cudamadd on March 31, 2020 - 03:24:06 am »
Welcome 2  :aussie:.Sorry for lost, I am sure you will do him proud. Nice e-body to have please post photos  :cheers:
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