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Homemade Chassis Jig


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Flank on forums.pelicanparts.com
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Homemade chassis jig for an early 911. Constructed from a 30-foot beam salvaged from a building. 14 feet in length, it uses Cleco fasteners to attach the steel posts to the backbone of the jig.
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May 09, 2020 10:45 AM
Fred Madsen
Oh if only I could get one
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DIY Chassis Jig - comment on how to build a Chassis Jig - 1 comments
Fred Madsen says:
May 09, 2020 10:45 AM
Oh if only I could get one

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