Posted by admin on May 14th, 2012 | 25 Comments
Posted in Motorcycle Repair
Tags: Build, Long, Susp, Travel
More rod end brackets and a Firebird project
Video Rating: 4 / 5
Disconnect the shocks and raise the suspension way up so the arms will be angled down more, narrowing the width enough to go out the door.
puzzle: drill out all of the rivets and then find the same diameter for the hole but have a bigger plate washer kinda thing that will cover the paint chips that got token off by old rivets spinning
great vids im 14 and planning on building one of my own and this is realy helping me! keep up the good work!
ohh snap now i c part 10 lol
lol i have a gut feeling on what u have planned for those a arms ; ) dont worry i wont spoil it! just hurry up with part 10! : )
Thanks, I think that would work but I think there may be a lock nut on the back side
i got a hint on how to get that screw out… just pull on the bolt hard enough while unscrewing, or unbolting, whatever you want to call it.. and it should be able to come out. always worked for me!
36 inches of travel, hmm
You should change the name to the “Extreme” travel suspension build!
Yep, I when I said long it was for real lol
Wow I had know idea you were going that long with the “long” travel suspension!! great job!
None of those but I like the drifting idea ha ha
No problem, more in the works
Thats cool about the molds, do you work at a race car shop?
Thanks bud, your right I could always make the arms shorter if I wanted. Thanks for watching this series
Good guess, but I dont have a cement pad for the dollys to roll on outside the shop plus the machine is 10 feet long and the door is 9 feet, guess again, so far nobody has guessed right ha ha
haha, u like traxxas too!
Hey couldn’t u put it on those car dolly things n go out side ways or do the 50 point maneuver lol
But totally looking foward to the next video:)
great job groutaone. been following this project since day one. its going to look crazy cant wait to see you tearing it up. really wide, i guess it wouldn’t be to hard to make it smaller if you ever wanted to are you planning on using the original rims and tires?
cheers!! newt20002 from toronto.
take it apart.ride it through the wall.go out the door on an angle and shimmy it through.tip it on an angle.hydraulics through the roof.drift side ways through the door.build a huge door.teleport.
ive got the molds to build new doors out of either fiberglass or carbon for that car, also i can build other composite parts too
I’ve got a plan to get it out and no one has guessed it yet, try again
Thanks bud, I appreciate that
I may leave them where they are or just remove them
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