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  1. Oldiron440

    Oldiron440 Well-Known Member

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    I hadn't been looking you have gotten a lot of work done. The only thing I was thinking about was the lateral bar behind the door opening, did you tie it to the body in any way and also the pillar bar at the windshield?
     
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    It looks as though you could use some more X bracing in the rear across your down tubes and then back to your cage.
     
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    they are the long valve W2"s. PM me for his cell #.

    the cage got tagged for 8.50. no X bracing is required. post 32 and 35 show how i tied it all to the frame.
     
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    Hughes Engines

    not much happening this cold long winter up here. i managed to order this cam from Hughes Engines. should perform nicely with the W2's

    the shipping is worth more then the cam to Canada ($170 to ship) so i got it sent my in laws in Mesa, AZ. for $19.
     
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    That will make for a snotie sb..