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simplyconnected 10-17-2017 02:25 AM

No explanation needed...
 
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Caution: This is not a good trailer hitch for a Squarebird. - Dave

mh434 10-17-2017 03:38 AM

jeeeeez, where do you even start with that abomination...?

scumdog 10-17-2017 03:50 AM

My eyes!
 
Ah, so the engineering talent scouts have been in my workshop!

bird 60 10-17-2017 06:26 AM

Give the Man a break Guys, it was his first try. (The Prototype) He's now waiting for the big orders.:p:D:rolleyes::eek::eek:

Chris.....From OZ.

Dan Leavens 10-17-2017 09:02 AM

Now that is just downright scary:eek:

newyear 10-17-2017 10:18 AM

I'm being a bit dim here but what is it supposed to be?It looks like a chassis/suspension component of sorts....
Regards
Peter

Brandon Hord 10-17-2017 12:49 PM

Newyear, I believe this is the upper mount for an airbag suspension. Could you imagine getting everything together then hitting the switch then, BOOM!!! I had a buddy in High School that had his Ranger bagged. The bags rubbed the frame rail and rubbed a hole in the side of the bag. The gentleman that installed them didnt follow the instructions that were given to him.

Brandon Hord

YellowRose 10-17-2017 12:50 PM

No explanation needed...
 
Peter, that is supposed to be some "fabricator's" idea on how to build a trailer hitch.... To me that is the kind of person who you want to keep as far away from your classic car (or ANY car) as you can! :eek:

Woobie 10-17-2017 01:22 PM

The welds are nothing short of stunning. I just wonder how they found the doorknob to exit the house that day.

simplyconnected 10-17-2017 06:17 PM

Looks to me like Brandon hit it on the head...
I'm looking at a frame rail, header tubes, pitman arm and a sway bar jut above the lower control arm.
Good job, Brandon!

Mr. Welding apprentice, turn your heat up and use electrodes with a COATING on them! - Dave


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