My JEGS Tubing Straightener arrived today. This normally would cost me $219.99 but I got it on sale for $153.99. That is the lowest price I've ever seen this sell for so I had to jump on it. Fortunately it works well for 3/16" to 1/2" O.D. tubing so it should be perfect for straitening all of my fuel supply, fuel return, and brake lines.
Today I built this chassis dolly. Click here to download the PDF. Tools Materials Steps Squarely cut your 4" x 4" lumber into (2) 44" lengths. Squarely cut your 2" x 4" lumber into (2) 21" length pieces. Cut each 21" piece with a 45° angle inward at both ends of each piece, so that their final length is 21" at the longest point. Cut your remaining 2" x 4" lumber into (4) 9" lengths with a 45° angle at one end of each piece. Squarely cut your...
Today I built this body buck with an extra shelf supports, and no legs. I've got the ceiling height so I've decided hoist it up using pulleys to roll the chassis underneath. Tools Materials All of this cost $150 or so.
Time to get ready for delivery. I'll start with building a body buck to put the body on after if comes off the chassis. I've seen a few different varieties and none seam to work for my needs so I will take from what others have done and come up with my own. I'd like it to maximize space in my garage. I don't have a lot of room on the floor to work so it needs to go...