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Old 01-10-2014, 11:13 AM
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Old 01-10-2014, 11:37 AM
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I'm still giggling to my self...Um question..Do they lock you in or do you lock them out..? and just how large is this um, ah, Office ? I hope bigger then 4x4 closet....LOL..I've seen how large your builds are. Also what does the poor cleaning lady say when she has to keep dusting every day.......LOL..snort giggle.....Yup aha.

I lock them out haha, i do a side by side thing basically if I am making/mending something I do both at once, and as I am also the health and safety 'big boots on site' I have to lock the door when works are carried out

its got enough room to swing a cat in so no problem there

Can you show me the string method and what you are using to cut it with to please. I will give that a bash on my V'Dub to I recon
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Old 01-10-2014, 04:47 PM
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you have been a busy, busy boy 2B - me likey... =D

just wish I had even half of your ambition right now! LOL feeling rather worn out from a very busy, pull your hair out kind of week.
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Old 01-10-2014, 06:33 PM
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you have been a busy, busy boy 2B - me likey... =D

just wish I had even half of your ambition right now! LOL feeling rather worn out from a very busy, pull your hair out kind of week.
I fully understand...Mine was too..We had to prepare for a huge conference sales dodad in Florida. Tons of flat out go and overtime...sucky..But now its my weekend. so the plans are to just sit on the ole rear and concentrate on this. Thanks heartless, hang tough....and keep on trucking.
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I lock them out haha, i do a side by side thing basically if I am making/mending something I do both at once, and as I am also the health and safety 'big boots on site' I have to lock the door when works are carried out

its got enough room to swing a cat in so no problem there

Can you show me the string method and what you are using to cut it with to please. I will give that a bash on my V'Dub to I recon
Ha your one of them impotant peoples...LOL..swinging cats is always a good time too. if you hang onto theirs ears while you do it you can watch their face expressions, Highly recommended. I'll post some pics up tomorrow for ya too. Plans are to get started bright and early. Thanks 8Ball.
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Old 01-10-2014, 06:46 PM
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This thing's gonna be awesome!
Just about forgot ya Dougj....Thank you. I'm going to try and keep it all Prudy and clean surgical and reach way down and try to find all the patients I can muster to get it right. So grab some popcorn and enjoy.
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Hy smokes this is going to be cool. I'm just glad to see that something is finally going to be done with the buggy.

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Old 01-11-2014, 04:59 AM
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Picture time...I like pictures, can't tell can you..lol. Well, Big Thanks goes out to Bullitt for a chassis. He has helped me get a huge jump on the base platform. Nice and clean and greased and some great craftsmen ship on what he has done on the chassis so far. I don't even have to modify any thing for my body....SWEET..ha, fits like a glove. Now comes all the work. And I will have all of today to tinker. Thanks for looking and the comments everyone. I'll post some more pictures for ya all, fer sure.
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Well that seemed too easy... Looks amazing
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Sweet!

but - is it just me, the pics, or is the front end wider than the rear?

regardless - looks pretty darn good! you are well on your way now!
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Now this is something! I love it...
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Sweet!

but - is it just me, the pics, or is the front end wider than the rear?

regardless - looks pretty darn good! you are well on your way now!
Imma gonna guess the front end has just a narrower fender and body.
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