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Old 12-03-2013, 01:50 PM   #71
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Yea might as well see if we can do it that way first rather than paying someone else to do it.
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For my FLSFCS we just put jack stands under the control arms on a level garage surface
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Travis, we are doing this in January lol
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Haha okay do we have to take the interior out?
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We shouldn't have to. I've heard mixed stuff online, but most people say the underbody is thick enough to not burn the interior.
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We shouldn't have to. I've heard mixed stuff online, but most people say the underbody is thick enough to not burn the interior.
We sprayed a heat resistant gel around the areas that needed welded on mine
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On the underside?
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I'll probably be able to get my panhard bar by then also, and we can weld the brackets for that one at the same time. Unless i'm able to get a good deal for an IRS.
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Haha okay do we have to take the interior out?
If you weld a little bit at a time, you won't build too much heat.

When you guys do this, let me know if you need ramps or stands.
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Which sfc where you looking at?
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