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Re: racetech's 1200 SR20VE Project
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sorry for the late reply, I took a break from racing, got married, broke my foot, but back at it.

I did all the machining on the spindles myself, only the heat treatment was done by professionals.

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I broke my foot last year and it took 10 months to feel normal again -- glad to hear you're back

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If you dont mind how did you guys break your feet?!! must be bloody awful pain

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In my case it was a stupid thing, a simple missing a step putting all my weight on my foot wrong. Not painful at first but only after about two hours. I basically had to relearn how to walk. But time heals all wounds so they say

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In my case it was a stupid thing, a simple missing a step putting all my weight on my foot wrong. Not painful at first but only after about two hours. I basically had to relearn how to walk. But time heals all wounds so they say

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Darn DD you are safer driving! and re-read what I missed
and yep looks like both of you were safer driving than
walking and MTBiking! hope you both had a good recovery.

Posted on: 2/8 10:49

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Just went back through this build diary and love the spindle/hub/upright work
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Posted on: 2/8 20:13
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The front suspension items are beautiful.

I modeled up some similar uprights for my 1200 coupe. But I have it modeled to use a 370Z front hubs.

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