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Author Topic:   Chassis jig??????
sideways
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Total posts: 715
posted October 13, 2005 06:37 PM  
Are chassis jigs normally built to "hold" parts in place and for measurement??Or do you bolt the chassis to it to hold it from twisting while welding??This is for a "bomber" type car. thanks

sideways
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Total posts: 715
posted October 18, 2005 08:39 PM  
Nobody????

rocket36
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Total posts: 209
posted October 19, 2005 03:34 AM  
a well thought out & constructed chassis jig should be able to do everything you mentioned.

IowaFuzzy1
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Total posts: 136
posted October 19, 2005 11:59 AM  
We have a frame jig and it holds the frame solid and is used for locating suspension and other mounting points.it also has fictures that can be bolted on to locate tubes and brackets if you are building a new chassis.It is 16' long and is made from 8"x4"I beams with 4"tubing crossmembers.it has wheels on one end and legs on the other.It sits about 24" off the floor,we move it with a skidloader.

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