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    Chevy truck build

    Ill let the pics tell the story.......




















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    Im guessing youre going to do a kick up on the rails
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    Quote Originally Posted by nobody View Post
    Im guessing youre going to do a kick up on the rails
    Not so much a kick up, more of a kick in...........

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    Like seeing truck builds, reminds me to get mine off the back burner.
    When i was boxing my 63 in i sent a small piece of the chassis away for material analysis to make sure i wouldnt have any special welding requirements or issues.
    That and a bit more research shows the materials used in a standar chevy truck chassis is equivalent to the old 43a material (j275 jo) and can be welded with standard A18 mig/tig wire or 6013 stick (MMA)

    Nice prep work, when are you planning to have it finished?

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    Nice work.
    Prefer this style for its strength and looks, over the angular and squareish box section efforts.

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    That's neat (and tidy)
    Just a passer by as you might say.

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