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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by hot rod pro, May 3, 2015.

  1. Pewsplace
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    Each chassis requires an extra look as you are the master of details when it comes to building chassis. When I do another Deuce I will have to have one of your chassis. Very nice workmanship and design.
     
  2. hot rod pro
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    Thank you for the compliments.
     
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  3. hot rod pro
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    Made a little progress on my firewall, and mounted my fuel filter. ImageUploadedByH.A.M.B.1443918083.731452.jpg ImageUploadedByH.A.M.B.1443918097.220297.jpg ImageUploadedByH.A.M.B.1443918113.444958.jpg ImageUploadedByH.A.M.B.1443918126.852015.jpg
     
  4. I hadn't seen this before, and enjoyed reading the thread.
    Thanks for sharing your beautiful work with us.
     
  5. hot rod pro
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    Thank you, and you're welcome.
     
  6. This thing is looking outstanding...
     
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  7. prpmmp
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    Removing the logo tag is against the law!!! just like removing the mattress tag:eek:,other than that the only thing I can say is SHOWOFF!!!! Outstanding build!!! Pete
     
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  8. hot rod pro
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    It ought to be against the law to put that ugly tag on there in the first place.
     
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  9. 30TudorSedan
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    Wow! Amazing craftsmanship! Subscribed to this one and looking forward to more updates.
     
  10. Cyclone Kevin
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    Top Notch!!!!! I really love the beveling on the brackets,the thought that has gone into the entire build and Looking at the wheel tire combo reminds me of LimeFire, A timeless look.
    Well Done! Carry On ;).
     
  11. Danekejt
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    i dream about just having basic skills but the skills you have i cant even imagine. your a god in my mind.
     
  12. hot rod pro
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    Don't put me on too high of a pedestal, i'm afraid of heights.

    Thank you for the kind words though.
     
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  13. hot rod pro
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    Teaser shot. #brucesrodshop #somethingwickedthiswaycomes #the32mafia ImageUploadedByH.A.M.B.1444078956.294955.jpg ImageUploadedByH.A.M.B.1444078972.434190.jpg
     
  14. DDDenny
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    This is gonna be a great looking 5W.
    Wish I could have tucked my Firestones like you did, but they are real 2 ply sprint car tires, and they are pretty soggy, even when over filled.
     
  15. BrerHair
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    Wow. I am one of the Boss' JJ recruits from today (thanks Boss). Outstanding! (thanks Danny!)
     
  16. Frankie's
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    Hey Danny,
    Really nice work. With workmanship like that, you must be Very Busy !
    Question, Any tricks you can recommend for me in boxing a frame without a jig ?
    I'm working on a 1936 Ford Pickup.
    Thanks,
     
  17. hot rod pro
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    I would not recommend boxing the full length of the frame out of a jig, but just the front or rear can be done out of a jig. Weld very short spurts and move around a lot to keep the heat from building up in one spot.
     
  18. Pewsplace
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    Is a haircut in order for this one? I like them either way.
     
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  19. hot rod pro
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    2"
     
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  20. Killer details Danny! I like seeing a pro that knows the proper way to weld on tabs and brackets!
     
  21. Tn. Trash
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    Simply outstanding work, killer attention to detail and design. Looking forward to more.
     
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  22. nailhead terry
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    Man after looking at your exhaust routing and hangers I am gonna redo mine . I really like those big tires. A hiboy needs big rear tires . Keep the pictures coming thanks
     
  23. 1beatnik
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    This build is very interesting, love your work and ideas. Gonna keep my eyes on this one!
     
  24. Great work Danny. A work of art. The wheels and stance are spot on!
     
  25. X-tra nice.
     
  26. R35J1S
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    What size are those rear tires and what size are the fronts?

    Sent from my SM-N900P using Tapatalk
     
  27. hot rod pro
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    31/14-16 and 135-15
     
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  28. BLAKE
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    Full disclosure... having seen your phenomenal work up close and personal, I immediately fast-forwarded to the exhaust portion of this build thread. Your exhaustses blow my mind.

    Genius.
     
  29. hot rod pro
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    Thanks.
     
  30. Amazing craftsmanship! Specifically, the hand fabricated brackets/mounts, the exhaust and those welds! This is gonna be one nice hot rod for sure.
     

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