The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by hot rod pro, Feb 25, 2009.
here are some pictures of a customer's chassis.hope ya'll like it.
Show-off...that's bloody gorgeous! Now I'll go out to my tudor and look at the frame and cry.
here are some more pictures.
Nice! Your screen name suits you well.
Art.....thats what I call your work Danny....
Esp that center crossmember..
most of the brackets are welded and riveted.
glad you like it.
Your frame is lookin awesome. Using the rivets keeps that original look.
Are the exhaust hangers custom made? If not, where can they be purchased?
we made them for this project.
What did you use as the "bushing" on the frame side of the hanger? The white part. Any exploded view pictures of them? They are very cool as is the rest of the work.
i machine them from teflon.it is soft enough but will not melt from the exhaust heat.
here are some pictures from another build.
Was going to ask about the exhaust hangers. It all looks nice but those caught my eye. Smart.
That is some inspiring work! Well done.
Wow! Very nice! Clean chassis build for sure!
always top notch or should i say over the top.
Craftsmanship is unbelievable.
Amazing work as always Danny.
Impressive work, on the front end, will you be running a panhard bar with the split bones? or is there enough triangulation to run without one. I have a 34 pickup and am at the point of trying to fab a middle crossmember for a set of unsplit bones but I'm running out of space with the trans oil pan. I'm running a modified F100 box from Vern
I'm always impressed by your work.
beautiful work, as always.
Form and function, very clean design Danny. always enjoy seeing the work from your shop.
great job on the cross member, enjoy your pics, work. thanks
Magoo used to make teflon slider hangers too. Thanks for the update BTW, always enjoy them.
Danny , another one way over the top . I love seeing what yall are up to .
What's the third link in the rear for?
I'm speechless. My words can't describe how impressed I am.
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