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Thread: The “Little Henry Ford”

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    More mock up pics......
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  2. #22
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    Wow, those look great!

    Can't wait to see what comes out of your a Deuce factory.

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    Thank you! The prototype chassis has been made with a lot of hand work (hand sawing, hand filing, hand sanding, etc.). On Saturday, I outfitted the factory with a bench top belt/disc sander, bench grinder, hobby vise, various clamps, fabrication magnets, etc.). This will make the assembly line move MUCH faster and produce much better quality. [Plus any reason for new tools is a good one.]

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    Some factory organization today, ready for operation.
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    i have wierd feeling, that you have factory line for producing those models somewhere in your livingroom :-D

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    Quote Originally Posted by pera2008 View Post
    i have wierd feeling, that you have factory line for producing those models somewhere in your livingroom :-D
    How did you see my living room?

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    MMMMMMmmmmm
    a guys never got enough tools...haaaaaa
    Right on.
    Loving this build and thread.
    more please.
    Run what Ya Brung.

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    I nearly have a roller! I have the front axle and suspension dialed in and working well. I’m still working on the rear spring and mounts. I was a little sloppy on the front end alignment and have some wicked camber. Should corner well on the dirt track.

    I’m learning a lot on this build. Most of all how much time it takes! I probably have 15 hours in the front axle/suspension and another 15 hours in the frame.
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  9. #29
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    nice job so far

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    Wow, that chassis, stance and fab work, just love it!!!

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