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forcing a D44 trayback finisher on to the front of a disco


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saw these and just had to have one, i already had a D44 tray on the back of my bobtail so it had to go on the front. as usuial the tray had typical D44 standards and it nearly killed me to cut it up. but the overall outcome i am pleased with.

it arrived....possibly over packed

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that nearly killed me!

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that got trimmed to mach the inside face of the tray(no pic)

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move them forward and grind clean, many thanks to double j for letting me use his propper welder

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trimmed a little more

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and with some gentle persuasion it fitted on to the front :D

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its not yet welded on, was going to be yesterday but i ditched that idea in favor of a cold shower. should be on by friday

anyway, thats what ive been up to. just thought i would post it up to put forward another idea.

also, has anyone seen the one on the back of the trayback being built in LRM? am i not alone in thinking that the welds arnt quite good enough? not haveing a dig but would have thought thats some pretty critical welding it would need.

thanks for reading

Doug

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