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12OOU = New chassis rails, no tray
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Submitter12OOUMore Photos from 12OOU   Last Update2006/11/10 19:41    Tell a friendTell a friend
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More of the rear end setup.

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12OOU
Posted: 2006/11/10 19:43  Updated: 2006/11/10 19:43
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 Re: 12OOU = New chassis rails, no tray
Pic of how my tray (or where the tray is supposed to be) looks at the moment.

New chassis rails, gaurds cut out for tubs etc etc

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oan878
Posted: 2006/11/10 19:47  Updated: 2006/11/10 19:47
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 Re: 12OOU = New chassis rails, no tray
that looks great, how much does some thing like this cost to get done?

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12OOU
Posted: 2006/11/10 19:49  Updated: 2006/11/10 19:49
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 Re: 12OOU = New chassis rails, no tray
i dont know yet

got a mate doing it, so o far its just materials which isnt much as yet.

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Posted: 2006/11/10 19:50  Updated: 2006/11/10 19:50
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 Re: 12OOU = New chassis rails, no tray
Labour cant set ya back more than a carton of jimmy then or carton of Jack if he really puts some effort in...

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Posted: 2006/11/10 19:56  Updated: 2006/11/10 19:56
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 Re: 12OOU = New chassis rails, no tray
but theres so much more to do. Tray and tubs to finish, diff to cut and fit, spring mounts to make, fuel system to make, front end setup etc etc etc etc

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Posted: 2006/11/11 7:48  Updated: 2006/11/11 7:48
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 Re: 12OOU = New chassis rails, no tray
What's the big lug at the back of the new rail for?

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Posted: 2006/11/11 14:15  Updated: 2006/11/11 14:15
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What's the big lug at the back of the new rail for?


do you mean the round thing on top of the rail? not sure what its for, but its just sitting on there, its not attached.

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Posted: 2006/11/14 11:05  Updated: 2006/11/14 11:05
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 Re: 12OOU = New chassis rails, no tray
Hey looks PHAT!!
What would engineer think of this setup?
I know your already road registered, but would the RTA/Engineer have a problem with this type of setup?
Out of interest, are you going to run leaves or coil overs with a 2/4 link setup?
Keep the pics coming!!

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Posted: 2006/11/14 14:31  Updated: 2006/11/14 14:31
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 Re: 12OOU = New chassis rails, no tray
are you going to use a cut down 9" diff?

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Posted: 2006/11/14 15:43  Updated: 2006/11/14 15:43
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 Re: 12OOU = New chassis rails, no tray
as long as its all done properly the engineer shouldnt have a problem

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Posted: 2006/11/14 16:45  Updated: 2006/11/14 16:45
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we were going to do a 4 link & coil-over setup but decided to stick with the leafs and run caltrac.

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are you going to use a cut down 9" diff?


I'm using a cut down commodore borg warner. Same as r31 diff but with 5 stud commo pattern

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Posted: 2006/11/17 4:32  Updated: 2006/11/17 4:32
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 Re: 12OOU = New chassis rails, no tray
Mick, you think the commodore diff will be up to it?
I hope it is, as that's what I've got under my house waiting to be shortened.
What front strut & brake combo are you going to run on the front to get the 5 stud pattern?
Cheers

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Posted: 2006/11/17 5:52  Updated: 2006/11/17 5:52
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Well my mate Chris (10STU) has run 9.48@140mph with a r31 diff under his ute with no problems and its the same 28 spline diff as the commo. Thats with slicks, gas, transbrake auto etc aswell

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120fly
Posted: 2006/11/17 5:55  Updated: 2006/11/17 5:55
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 Re: 12OOU = New chassis rails, no tray
I think it would look nice witha carbon fibre floor mick and a hard top lol

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Posted: 2006/11/17 16:40  Updated: 2006/11/17 16:40
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 Re: 12OOU = New chassis rails, no tray
Its getting a sheet metal floor and i'll just keep running my torno on the street and no covers at the track