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post #1 of (permalink) Old 06-03-2002, 10:32 PM
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Rezzybed Part 002 - Framey McChopchop

Again, just captions. Took me about 3 hours. Twas fun! [img]images/icons/laugh.gif[/img]

Oh and the t shirt is over the liscence plate because the reflective surface fuggs up pics at night. I don't mean to hide it. The number is 54C 145.... [img]images/icons/laugh.gif[/img]



Here's the eh, spring hanger....



Here's a nice shot of the side, departure angle
improvement anyone?






Now here's a rear shot, kinda badly taken.....





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Re: Rezzybed Part 002 - Framey McChopchop

OOH! Ahh!!! nice frame. Flat black eh?
Good work, its good to see some progress, because we all know Jason hasnt made any in a long time.. Hint Hint [img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img] haha
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Re: Rezzybed Part 002 - Framey McChopchop

<font face="Comic Sans MS">Looks great RJ... Keep us posted as to more updates. What tool did you use *most* to cut thru that frame? Would a plasma cutter have came in handy?</font>
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trusty sawzall [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img] those things do wonders.
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Sawzall was quite quick through the frame. I used a 14tpi milwakee blade. It ate exhaust pipe like a hippo eating chicken strips, or something that eats stuff fast. Superdupermegafast. Heh. [img]images/icons/laugh.gif[/img]
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hey, nice work joe [img]images/icons/cool.gif[/img] i'm looking forward to the finished product
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My thanks to Shorts, Tim, and Kev. I like getting positive feedback as this is the first truly "RJ" made project. Remember all those stupid Rezzybed (who the [censored] thought up that name, I know it wasnt me, Dan?) plans I posted, well heres the product if such.
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No, actually it was me that thought up that name. And Kev, you want to donate any money to me? Cause I sure as heck don't have any to fund projects right now. Umm, yeah, looks good RJ, nice sawzall too[img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img].

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Re: Rezzybed Part 002 - Framey McChopchop

looks good so far, how much did u lose on the frame? if i had some cash it would go towards a body lift and tires, but i don't so i guess i'm waiting. if i like the way it comes out as a finished project you could make me one for my truck when i pick it up.

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Re: Rezzybed Part 002 - Framey McChopchop

Why haven't you gotten rid of that "made by previous owner crap" yet? You did'nt cut as much from the frame as I want to. I want it even with the spring hangers.
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