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Old 07-20-2011, 11:50 AM   #601
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Did I show you how badly bent the LCA's were at the end links before the before we put in the weld in tabs? Well, we still have to weld them. They are bolted for now. But, look how much they bent. I looked for a straight edge so you could see how much they bowed in. An allen wrench did the job fine to show the curve. I put the tab on top just to show...it wasn't going on w/out some bending back of the tab in place where it should have been first.

Those weld in's are going to keep that tab from breaking for sure...
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SWEET! Calling tomorrow!

Did I show you how badly bent the LCA's were at the end links before the before we put in the weld in tabs? Well, we still have to weld them. They are bolted for now. But, look how much they bent. I looked for a straight edge so you could see how much they bowed in. An allen wrench did the job fine to show the curve. I put the tab on top just to show...it wasn't going on w/out some bending back of the tab in place where it should have been first.

Those weld in's are going to keep that tab from breaking for sure...
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