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Screw jacks wedge bolts
Topic Started: Sep 20 2015, 10:34 PM (805 Views)
ricky moore
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Had theses over a year and just now getting around to building a model to use em looks like the right size for the amt/monogram kits to add that added detail
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southpier
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where would these be placed?
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Brian Conn
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2 Corinthians 5:17
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...You would need to drill a hole slightly larger than the screw in the spring bucket directly above and centered on the coil spring...same front and rear, if the rear has coil springs....if the rear has leaf springs, then there would not be any..... for reference, some of the NASCAR frames/chassis already have weight jacks molded in......if you need pictures do a search for stock car weight jacks there are plenty of reference pictures available.
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1978 Mustang II Hatchback dirt Late Model

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ricky moore
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southpier,Sep 21 2015
04:47 AM
where would these be placed?

Heres the right front

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Brian Conn
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...Here is what they look like on the rear.....located just ahead of the Silver and Yellow tops of the shocks....coil spring is located between the rear end axle tube and the flat plate that the weight jack screw passes thru.
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Starsky & Hutch Ford Gran Torino (Season 2)
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FOR THE 2018 RACING SEASON
1978 Mustang II Hatchback dirt Late Model

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southpier
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huh; never knew these newfangled gadgets existed. next they'll be using overhead valve engines in these buggies!
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