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Custom Sierra 4×4 Uprights Part 2

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This is not a DIY Sierra brake upgrade, more of a complete re-think. A set of W220 Mercedes callipers came up for less than £25 (inc. delivery).

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Motorised Bead Roller and Mini Mill

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Bead RollerHow I made a motorised bead roller and mini milling machine

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Custom Sierra 4×4 Uprights

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Ackermann angle geometry is a tricky subject and often over simplified.

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Ackermann Angle and Sierra Uprights

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If you swapped uprights from one side of the car to the other the Ackermann Angle would be very wrong.

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Reasons not to build a 4×4 Kit Car

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There are many reasons why 2wd is still better than 4wd, but what are they?

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Locost Push Rod Rear Suspension

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Anti Squat Independent Rear Suspension for a Locost / Haynes Roadster is not easy. I have used push rod rear suspension to get a rising spring rate and reduced hub weight

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Steering shaft and new UJ

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The Citroen BX rack has meant several changes to the steering, propshaft and exhaust manifolds

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Aluminium Radiators – Galvanic and Electrolytic Corrosion

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Should I ground my car radiator. Will galvanic or electrolytic corrosion destroy the core. Are rubber mounts required

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Wooden Buck For 37 Ford Phantom Part 12

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Getting this 1937 Ford Slantback sedan wooden buck right has been a lot slower than I’d hoped, but it’s about right.

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Wooden Buck For 37 Ford Phantom Part 11

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Ford 1937 Slantback Sedan Hot Rod wooden buck. In it’s day the 1937 Ford Slantback was revolutionary. The swooping rear lines were some of the first efforts car designers ever made towards aerodynamics. This was an era when huge advantages were being made in everything transport related.

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