RustyC said:I need an upper link mount for the drivers side. Up the that point I was trying to keep it symmetrical. I drew out a couple ideas but they looked funny...ended up copying the upper half of the chunk. Back to symmetrical it was. It's different for sure.
Considering welding on some spinner bait blades to look like pasties where the nipples would be for a good laugh.
Everlast 50 amp plasma and a Dewalt portaband mounted off my table. Love the saw it is a game changer.Eddyj said:I’ve been waiting for this to pop up.
What did you use to cut?
You freehand it?
Just seeing this. Better late than never. The 3/8" plate is cut for the blade to pass though. The red line indicates the cut. The saw is mounted to the plate using the 2 bolts indicated by the green lines.I can't see it but is the back side of the saw mount plate cut for the sawblade?
Broken shafts which were custom length.Would have looked good under a tracker...
so what exactly happened to the axle?
Since it's Ed, you misspelled Rockwells...Broken shafts which were custom length.
Rear engine Tracker sound interesting. The housing was upside down due to the rear engine. Make it look like a high pinion 9". Not rear good for anything else other than a rear engine rig.
Tracker deserves 14 bolts anyway.
If I remember correctly the 05 up D60 axle tubes are 3/8". I can measure as confirm.This were you want to be when Jesus comes back? Making fun of poor ol me who can’t afford custom axles.
so just to clarify you have 1/2 thick axle tubes, more or less combined?