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i don't think he is trying to learn. i suspect he thinks he is a great welder. most likely welding on all his friends car's and trucks as well. this cant be a one time thing. this guy is all about stupid.[/QUOTE]
That's just scary. I'm really surprised safety inspections aren't required for home built or heavily modified vehicles like that, and if there is, I'm really surprised that turd slipped past.
i'm really surprised that thing stayed together long enough to make it to your yard. no way he could have driven it in the mud or.....well anywhere really.
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I got the drivers side most of the way done today, took some pictures of what i got done. I still need to do the steering linkages, make some caps and finish weld it up. I'll finish it up tomorrow and start on the paint and body work in the next day or two.
1st pics. are how it was and the others of how it now is.
What a difference when it's done by someone that knows what they're doing! That thing is going to be 500lbs lighter when you get done hacking all of that junk off of it!
Awesome job, can't wait to see what the finished product will look like!
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Man Dabar you are a buddy to do all that work correcting that mess.
It boggles the mind that someone would generate something like that, and let it go down the road. Agree with others that whoever did that work needs reigning in. The term negligence comes to mind.
It is refreshing to know that there are people out there who won't accept stuff like that even though they weren't asked to fix it and who likely will not be remotely compensated for their work to make it right.
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