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  1. I don't really get the point in bolting in something like that. You have to cut the chassis apart anyway, so it can hardly be put back to stock.
  2. Looks awesome. Did you get a lot of attention at the show?
  3. Happily welded the Mercury grille together (ss tubing and ms brackets) with my MIG. In industry it would be about weld performance and contamination issues. Use the right machine, wire, gas etc and it should be no issue. https://www.millerwelds.com/resources/article-library/welding-stainless-steel-tube-and-pipe-maintaining-corrosion-resistance-and-increasing-productivity
  4. BH 2020 another pic from FB
  5. Not going to make it this month, too much on the go.
  6. I made my own, just scaled to the size of the tubing specified in the manuals and welded up.
  7. The steel will still bend I guess? When mine got to that state I airbagged the car
  8. So long as there is clearance to the bump stops and the shackles still have pivot room it should still 'suspend' OK.
  9. For fun I scanned a donut on a new build at the BH using an NFC app on my phone. Came up with a link which worked at the time to show all the photos, but the link did stop working a few hours later.
  10. Currently in Waihi Beach, Whangamata tomorrow.
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