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08 Pro-X

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George Herrin
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« on: April 07, 2008, 07:18:08 am »

Dash/steering column support all tubing is thin wall 3/4 tubing

The next 7 pictures are simply different angles of the support tubing under the frame and how I did it.

Where we come to a change in angle we cut the tubing bent it and welded it back to tegther to get it to follow the contour of the chassis.

Is important you start with a straight chassis before you do all this work.

Close up of rear axle bearing mount and how the tubing was run to accomodate

rear axle in and total view

Overall view of chassis stiffening

steering arm, bottom view of steering

Ok lots a wrok done and few pictures were taken here is an overall view of the drive train it uses a centrifugal ratech mini cup  clutch and 1 to1 gear box

Clutch has a pulley welded on and the same size on gear box uses a belt tensioning setup basically a clutch system as I use on any other prepared build. Only this ons is not billet.

Close up view of sprocket setup. everything is done here except I have to add the chain tensioner

this and the next few pictures are a look at it where it sits now.

Still have to wire it add the trhottle cable, get a throttle lever for the steering wheel, bleed brakes and finsih the head. The exhaust is done and used a silver ceramic high temp paint o it. Already used this on another exhaust and it doesn't turn colors great stuff. Thats all for now
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