Hey guys, thanks for the awesome words, i appreciate it.
Got the frame, axles, suspension, hub's & wheels and bottom mud guards/shields in place. It all seemed to go rather nicely till i turned it over and only 3 wheels touch. The right front is off the surface quite a bit so adjustments are in order.....darnit!
Just popped in to check on ya, aaaaannnnnnnddddd still going strong there, looks great i would have thought the wheel shouldnt be tooooo difficult for a man of your calibre to sort, luckily i only have 2 on me chariot and they both touch the ground , it just the horses feet that dont
Huh!!! You lot think you got it bad - I was sat lookin' at my VBCI and NONE of the eight wheels touch the floor on that!!! The only way I could find to cure the problem was put it down on the bench and it was fine then - try that!
Great work Gary - that interior is mighty fine sir - very neat paintwork
If yer think yer one in a million, chances are, YOU AIN'T!
Any suggestions on the fix beside making a cheap base and puttin a stone under that wheel.
LMAO, that's exactly what I was gonna say . Those front end parts look pretty tender. Om the 152 I ended up splitting the difference between the two sides. That way you only have to go 1/2 the distance with each. Does that make sense?
Would it be possible to soften the glue joints on either side with tammy extra thin and move one side up and the other down?
If you can keep your head while all around you are losing their's, maybe you have underestimated the situation.