What is the minimum and maximum frame width measured on the inside?
Old Products: threaded stuff
When we ran a full service chassis fab/turn-key hot rod shop a number of years ago, it was always useful to have threaded things around to weld into the frame for some kind of mount, etc.
Performance World coverage from stanceiseverything.com
I did take a few pictures at the show, but progressing 200 feet in 2 hours doesn’t give many photo opps. I found a link for PW pics through this Canadian Rodder thread about the show. Great pics, great quantity… check out the rest of the site too!
’32 Update: Brake Lines (article 26, archived)
A unique method of running the front brake lines on a solid axle '32 Ford.
Made Us Popular
Thanks to all who stopped by the booth at Louisville… it was great to hear from people who watch our videos, and get these emails. The show was great – good numbers (I think I heard just over 11 000 cars) and the booth had a pretty constant stream of the public perusing our wares.
There were some interesting “anti-’80” T shirts around…
Dear Welder Series… Mustang II for ’52 Dodge- pics!
Here's a photo of my frame. Just an old '52 Dodge, that I saved from the crusher. I'm concerned about the spring tower angle (from horizontal) It's about 15 degrees. Is that correct?