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ldudley

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Shotgun Fab chassis from Todd Puckett
All Suspension and mock up done by Jimmy Smith & Tommy

Specs will be:
1 3/4" .120 Dom / 1 3/4" .250 dom chassis
122" wb
93" wide
68" to top of chassis
21" belly clearance
58" shoulder to shoulder bar
1 1/4" / 7/8" heims w/dom link bars
BTF high steer arms
Corbeau seats and harnesses
44 boggers w/DIY beadlocks
14 bolt/d60 w/ 4.11 gears spooled f/r
Yukon axles w/super joints & drive flanges
Artec truss kits front/rear
31" Dual pass radiator w/derale fans
16gal fuel cell
Psc double ended steering
1350 joints
14"/16" FOA coil overs
Atlas 3.0 case
Th350 w/3000 converter
385 ci w/ rhs alum heads,solid roller,6" h beam rod, J&e pistons
Victor jr intake, 95mm throttle body and elbow, Ls PCM and new harness

Still a lot of work to do but it's gettin there!
 

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Jeff69

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Looks great. You could name it the money pit because it looks you will have a ton in it when you finish good luck with the build


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bjeep

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On the front link mounts they look like 3/8 plate welded to the tube. Is the tube .120 wall? If so do you think it will be strong enough or am I over thinking it?
 

ldudley

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Well.....I'm gona say for me and 99% of people it will be plenty strong! Now the Tanners, Cammeron, Keith and so on .... Maybe not?
 

ldudley

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I've horded up parts for years! Just finally putting em all together! Hope to have it done by Christmas time maybe...gota get machine work done on motor, get it stuck together and some plumbing stuff and all brake stuff front and rear then it's ready to go together then back apart for final assembly!
 

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