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    how did you modify the half shaft like that? did you just grind off those cup things? I really hate lookin at them please tell me asap so i can get to work tonight lol those things piss me off so much...

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    i cut them at the bottom of the tapper for the cv bearing, then i am going to turn them on a lathe to get them perfectly smooth. If i have time before i go home from college i am going to write a program and build a new pair out of stainless so they wont rust. I already have a couple chuckes i can use just got get the program writting and run it on the CNC lathe
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    UPDATE:

    While i am home over break i finally get to work on the blazer again. today i box the back half of the frame and started pulling out the ac. when i am done the frame will be completely box and smoothed, all of the holes will also be filled.

    here some pics of the newly boxed back half. drivers side
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    alot more of cleaning up to do underneath the hood
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    passengers side rear frame boxed
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    nice to see you back at it again. i bet it feels good to get to working. its been a while. looks awesome.
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    well i just finshed making the fuel cell mounting brackets and weld them on the frame. I have just alittle of grinding to do, then i will take some pics of the fuel cell in
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    lets see them progress pics !!

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    ill post some progress pics tommarow, i am about half way done with building the last cross member
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    Is it tommorrow yet?

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    Originally posted by bigjsp
    Is it tommorrow yet?
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    sorry i got cought up with some thing i will post some pics tonight. I am head out to the garge right now to get in my last crossmember
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    Well i am back at school now, so i figured i would post an update and some pics. When i was home i box the frame, mounted the fuel cell, built my last crossmember, pulled the ac, and started cutting out the tail light buckets so i can put in my fillers and start on the new taillights.

    Here is the notch i built for the drive shaft. It is made from 1.5x3 3/16 wall. It took a long time to make all the cutts and get it all weld up and bent nice. I also used some filler to make it nice and smooth.
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    cross member in
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    rear floor

    i have my tunnel, wheel tubs, and notch cover all waiting to go in
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