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Old 06-09-2013, 03:49 PM
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Got another day and a few hours to work this weekend (the Mustang is waiting on parts).

Here is a crappy shot of the frame mounts. Not sure why I couldn't get it to focus?

This is where I started (essentially where I got last time). Plus you can see a few shots of my old mans Taco with the 4WC

I finished up late last night, so I didn't get final pictures, but you can see most of the progress here. Since these pics, I have plated the bottom, and changed the area around the hitch a bit, as well as smoothed some welds out (got a new belt sander, but its still very slow going).

I have to give credit to Scotty at Addicted for the inspiration for the side pieces. They are getting plated over, but the plate and tube design he came up with is strong, and one of the easiest ways to do the curved section of the bumper. Its always important to cite references for material that isn't your own

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