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Les Henson
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Just picked up the brand new bare metal (I wanted it ready-primed), chassis for catflap :D Now currently resting up against the wall in the alley out of the rain. By the end of this week I should have the gas and helmet to start making the necessary alterations/fit strengthened rear crossmember to it.

Thanks Diesel Jim for picking it up/being built like a brick s*** house. :D

Pleased as punch today :)

Les.

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is this chassis to replace the one u welded the wonky rear crossmember on? :ph34r:

Ahh.... the crossmember was fine, it was the chassis that was wonky! ;)

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Call me old fashioned but I like my porn to have pictures :unsure:

it's a porn story, nothing graphical. just to make you imagine the chassis, all by itself in the alley, waitting for someone to arrive with a welder and a helmet. someone strong and daring enough, to strengthen it's rear crossmember... :ph34r:

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Deleted ............. after I read your post a second time ............. I must wear my reading specs more often..............

I made a comment about you protecting a galv chassis from the rain .................. 'bare' must look like 'galv' without external reading magnification :hysterical:

:)

Ian

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The rear crossmember isn't wonky (mind you - it came from Bearmach, so anythings possible :D ). Ennyway - it's the two chassis rails that run from the rear bulkhead crossmember to the rear. Either one is too low, or one is too high, or vise-versa. I'll get some kind of sadistic pleasure from cutting the damn thing up. Piccys tomorrow when Mr Sunshine is supposed to show his face for a while. :)

Les.

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Tha chassis was made by Richards Chassis from Doncaster. Bare metal and standard apart from no rear crossmember was £734 inc VAT. There was no problem with supplying one without a rear crossmember - they put a length of angle iron close by to keep it all square. They can supply different engine mounts if you like, and of course, primed, plain, or Galv.

Les.

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