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Posted 9/18/2010 6:00:37 PM


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Just got done with the window surrounds. Going to have to move the rear fuel cap forward ( Oops I made a mistake)

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Posted 9/18/2010 6:04:21 PM


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Built the A arms and the front end mounts , next will be the shock towers, the shocks are only laying there for reference

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Posted 9/18/2010 6:45:40 PM


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It looks really nice. Looks like your hand is healed






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Posted 9/18/2010 6:52:08 PM


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Yes it has and have been designing more parts every day, right now I am drawing the shock tower mounts upper and lower, also have my brother making up some neat computer screen programs for the kids when they look inside the computer will be displaying several screens at once. Rear swing arm is about finished. No shocks for rear yet. I ordered the same bat-mobile style front wheels from a sprint car manufacturer, and will get the tires once I have welded on the spindles and installed the hubs. My friend Brian Bartholome has been a big help converting all these pieces from cardboard templates to cad drawings to speed up my production of the SRV-10. It is hard to get some of these pcs. to work together without a concept. This is winging it boys.

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Posted 9/18/2010 8:48:52 PM


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srv10 (9/18/2010)
Yes it has and have been designing more parts every day, right now I am drawing the shock tower mounts upper and lower, also have my brother making up some neat computer screen programs for the kids when they look inside the computer will be displaying several screens at once. Rear swing arm is about finished. No shocks for rear yet. I ordered the same bat-mobile style front wheels from a sprint car manufacturer, and will get the tires once I have welded on the spindles and installed the hubs.

If your bro needs inspiration for the computer screen, try the official WB Tumbler screen saver they had back in 2005. It shows schematics of the Tumbler with diagnostic text changing. Pretty neat.

http://www2.warnerbros.com/batmanbegins/flash/popscreensaver2.html






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Posted 9/18/2010 9:13:01 PM


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Thanks Big Boss that is cool.

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Posted 9/20/2010 9:31:55 PM


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I see you are back at it again. I really do like your design! I probably asked you this question, what gauge size metal are you using.
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Posted 9/21/2010 10:13:00 AM


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ya , I agree with Terry its good to see you back at it. Those shocks look nice where did you get those?? It looks like you used 1 1/2" square tubing for the front.

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Posted 9/21/2010 10:23:24 AM


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Thanks guys, some panels are 16 gauge and some are 14 . The tubing is 2x2x1/8 wall, some of the body supports are 1x1x1/8. The shocks on the front are Alden shocks, and coil springs.

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Posted 9/21/2010 3:53:19 PM


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wow. I apparently slept on this one.

Very great work....so clean looking....nicely nicely done.

sorry if i missed it...what motor will be on here?



...does it come in black?

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