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Fabricated Chassis Frames

Discussion in 'General' started by Garaculas, Mar 6, 2021.

  1. Garaculas

    Garaculas
    Z Club Member

    Has anyone made a temporary front/rear subframe trolley that allows them to move a bare shell around their garage? I swear I’ve seen some examples on peoples threads but can’t seem to find any for the life of me.

    Reason for asking is I’m now looking to sell my suspension since deciding to go full T3 but if I do that then the cars on axle stands for 12 months and what if I need to move it?

    Just looking for some examples of what people have made previously with a mig welder, some box section and a few casters!
     
  2. candy red

    candy red
    Z Club Member

    8A7D279C-0E60-467D-806D-BEF249C913AE.jpeg 94E609A4-E406-485A-9A4B-DB5ECE53B412.jpeg Here’s what I did didn’t need the mig all done with timber worked so well even pushed it onto the trailer
     
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  3. ben240z

    ben240z
    Z Club Member

    Yes will post pics tonight
     
  4. uk66fastback

    uk66fastback
    Z Club Member

    If you just want to move it around, I've seen some on here I am sure done in wood, with huge 6" castors on - worked well.
    No need to break the mig welder out.
     
  5. Wally

    Wally
    Z Club Member

    I used these
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  6. Turn & Burn

    Turn & Burn
    Z Club Member

    I made one from an old fence off a school yard. The frame locates on the moustache bar bolts at the back and the tension rod mount at the front.
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