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 Post subject: Suspension bracket jig
PostPosted: Fri Dec 07, 2012 1:11 pm 
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I am in need of a wishbone bracket jig if anyone local has one they could lend or sell to me

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 10, 2012 11:49 am 
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Lack of any response suggests that is a no then

Ok will just have to make one

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 10, 2012 5:02 pm 
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I would have if I had one :)


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piece of piss to make dave, use some ply if you havent got steel.


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piece of piss to make dave, use some ply if you havent got steel.
It may sound like a stupid idea but like the reamer that floats about for the maxi ball joint why is there not a set of well made wishbone jigs that "belong to the forum"

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 10, 2012 8:34 pm 
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Are the mx5 and sierra ones different?


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Are the mx5 and sierra ones different?
No they are different but it would still make sense to have them floating about for forum use.. Might be worth asking phil what he wants for knocking a set of jigs up for both the ford and mazda.

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The front susp mountings are identical to the book for the mx5, the rears are different, but can be done with threaded bar and uber careful measurements and diagonal references.

I Cant remember if i sold or gave away my jigs, hopefully whoevers got them would be willing to rent, lend them as they were really good.

Dave, if your struggling, cover my costs and il make a set up


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The front susp mountings are identical to the book for the mx5, the rears are different, but can be done with threaded bar and uber careful measurements and diagonal references.

I Cant remember if i sold or gave away my jigs, hopefully whoevers got them would be willing to rent, lend them as they were really good.

Dave, if your struggling, cover my costs and il make a set up

Its a bit like the build tables, shed loads of work go into them and they are slung after the chassis is made. It would be green to recycle :D :D :D

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I will make a set up this week use them then pass them on

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