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Well like ive been saying i dont have many pics (i know i know i slacked) but here are the few i did manage to snap. We started on the frame pretty hard then stopped for 6 months and it got pretty rusty.

Picked up the frame from Marcos place. He coped it for 3 bills w the entire front suspension intact.


Sitting in front of my "shop" lol


Got it in and started the stripping of the front suspension


Marcos getting dirty
 

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Vic gettin a piece


As you can tell we didnt even clean the shop before we put it. We pretty much took one frame out and put the other in. Heres the other frame coming out.

 

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Originally posted by OUTHOPU@Jan 20 2010, 10:23 PM~16357558
Is this a hopper frame or just building a strong street ride?
Street hopper
 

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Have to give Marcos (owner of car) mad props homie helped me the whole way through. He did alot of the sucky labor lol grinding, templetes, drilling holes, hold here hold there type shit but he made the process go alot smoother.



 

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Top side capped off. We did gusset style ears on this one the old style have a tendency to slide.





All done. Sitting outside ready to be taken to the sand blaster then straight to the powder coater :biggrin:



 

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damn Rene, never seen the hinge idea before. just weld it flush, cut it off, lay the plate, and grind it back down til the hinge is flush again, great idea!
 

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Originally posted by hoppin92+Jan 20 2010, 10:56 PM~16358146-->
nice work homie,also thanks for the info the other day keep up the great work just keep them on the bumper.................................. :thumbsup:
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Anytime homie you got my #

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@Jan 20 2010, 11:11 PM~16358393
damn Rene, never seen the hinge idea before. just weld it flush, cut it off, lay the plate, and grind it back down til the hinge is flush again, great idea!
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Welds look great :cool:
 

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Originally posted by 94Fleetwoodswangin@Jan 20 2010, 09:11 PM~16358390
Top side capped off. We did gusset style ears on this one the old style have a tendency to slide.





All done. Sitting outside ready to be taken to the sand blaster then straight to the powder coater  :biggrin:




Very nice dawg :thumbsup:
 
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