06 RCSB bagged bodied billets

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    It won't be making it to LST. Intro says they're out of 24" forgings. So there's no wheels for it.


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    Time to begin the real work on the frame.
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    Start getting the cab sealed up for paint
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    Just continuing the firewall tub up into the cowl on the passenger side.[​IMG]

    After placing the rear bag mounts. It will be ready to disassemble for final welding /clean up and paint.
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    then it's reassembly? That was quick work on the rear end
     
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    Yeah, after the small details like brake lines and fuel lines are reran.
     
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    Is that the bodydrop kit from Stone Fab?
     
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    Yeah, but I probably won't use it again though. The mounts aren't simply weld on mounts. They're all too long.
     

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