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Thanks Texican

Discussion in '40- & 55-Series Tech' started by TLCSKULLS, Jul 20, 2005.

  1. TLCSKULLS

    TLCSKULLS

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    I stole your idea for sliders that you posted a while back. Easy to make and mount. Mine are a little different, an I rhinolined them. I am way happy with them. :cool:
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    looks good, how long did this little project take you?
     
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    thats my plan (when i get off my :censor: )

    except taper the front of the slider to match the fender angle

    looks real good! nice job! :cheers:
     
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    About 4 hours, not counting waiting for the coats of liner to dry. Should take less, but I don't have a chop saw, so I cut all the metal with and sawzall or cutting wheel. Also, I am new to welding, so I was not real fast with that. The PO had already cut the body and put on some POS sliders he made. That saved a lot of time.