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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Cyclone, Oct 7, 2019.

  1. Cyclone

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    Ahh, that's good to know Indy, will watch for that. And yes will check the spirit site before I purchase, important to support each other.
    I really like the top bows CCR offers and plan on using them. Only problem is shipping costs to Canada, i's nasty.
    Just followed Cooter's thread on a door install. Definitely a project, really nice job Cooter!
    Thanks Chopped top, glad to be a part of this great site, learning lots from all these wise older youngsters (at heart)!
     
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    I should have also mentioned that it depends on how tall the windshield is. If you like
    the short ones that you look over then 30° might not be a problem. Try some cardboard
    cut the right height and see how much trouble it is to get in.
     
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    Well the body is off to the fibreglass shop to have the passenger door done as well as cleanup some extra holes as I had to move the windshield posts. Today I built the posi for it, the one that was in it had the axle gears welded to the carrier, no fun on corners! Next I'll tackle the power brakes which will be a nice upgrade.

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    Thanks for the update, Cyclone. You're making progress. Looks like Spring will have you doing some serious cruising! :D:thumbsup:
     
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    Welcome aboard. A lot of good info. Here. I get a lot of fun reading about everybody T s
     
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    15 degrees worked perfect for me..
     






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