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Old 02-26-2011, 09:11 AM
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Default Re: Frame Jig on the cheap

I added some more pictures to show the material I used to make the jig. The metal is uni-strut, as you can see I am able to move my setups within the track system by loosening one bolt that is connected within the track with a spring nut. My alignment is all taken off the main piece of strut. I have set-up the rear drop out as a mock up. One of the pictures shows how it can fold up and may be leaned against a wall for storage. I now have it on a table so I can work on it with ease.

Flybytaco...I know you could build your own...bro...

Well off to the drag races at Pomona……no rain no rain no rain
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