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    Quote Originally Posted by Headquake View Post
    Looking good.
    What body style are ya planning?
    Thanx. An FJ40 variant.

    Nice vids by the way. I can't vote in the vid of the year contest. There are 4 that I like evenly. Yours included.

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    looking good!

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    Great work so far! Nothing wrong with FJ40's!
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    I know this is going to be nutz, subscribed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by UNGLEWD View Post
    I know this is going to be nutz, subscribed!
    Don't be hype'n. It's my first. Yes I will be trying to make it as nice as the experienced metal builders, but...

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    first timer ..man you got skills lol great job subscribed as well.

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    Yes, I have some hobbying skills, but metal is all new to me. It's taken me 4-hours to make my rear bumper. And it's still not done.

    Could do it in 1, if I was doing a carbon fiber version. It's the challenge of the steel that has me addicted.
    Last edited by nigelpheron; 02-23-2012 at 07:17 PM. Reason: Grammar (Had a stict English teacher).

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    Got the rear bumper done today. I globbed it on good, cause I want these thing tough. Now I just have to drill the mounting hole into the side mounts, and bolt it on



    Again dangling:



    Either the side guards or the shoch towers will be next.

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    Looking good cant way to see more

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    Default Shock Towers

    I got one shock tower made today. Square 1/16" x 1/2" x 1/2" tubing, sawed, drilled, filed, and sanded.

    3-more to go:



    Not dangling this time...hanging on with some solder.


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