Hard Knocks Customs!!

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Re: Hard Knocks Customs!!

Postby Hard Knocks Customs » Mon Mar 29, 2010 9:49 pm

well i have just finished some more pans tonight.let me no what yall think :D
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Re: Hard Knocks Customs!!

Postby Hard Knocks Customs » Mon Mar 29, 2010 9:51 pm

i just thought of this lol i still have to remove the seat track levers that are on the tunnel lol i knew i forgot somthing so tomorrow will be better pics also .....Thought i was done lmao :violent1:
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Re: Hard Knocks Customs!!

Postby 72ghiavert » Tue Mar 30, 2010 12:02 am

Nice job! :thumbup:

Hey Shawn, did you receive the PM I send you yesterday?
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Re: Hard Knocks Customs!!

Postby 72ghiavert » Sat Apr 03, 2010 9:08 pm

PM SENT!!!
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Re: Hard Knocks Customs!!

Postby zozo » Sat Apr 03, 2010 9:21 pm

How much for 2 rear pan halves, if I provide the pans?
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Re: Hard Knocks Customs!!

Postby Hard Knocks Customs » Mon Apr 05, 2010 6:23 am

pm sent
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Re: Hard Knocks Customs!!

Postby Hard Knocks Customs » Mon Apr 05, 2010 6:28 am

oh my god what happen to my beam :shock: ........ :lol: oh yeaj i am making it a 5 inch narrow beam..with shock towers
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Re: Hard Knocks Customs!!

Postby Hard Knocks Customs » Mon Apr 12, 2010 6:12 am

opps i forgot to put some pics up of the beam lol just waiting on getting some spindles an 135's to have it really low more pics soon
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Re: Hard Knocks Customs!!

Postby Hard Knocks Customs » Mon Apr 12, 2010 6:25 am

a super i worked on this weekend on rust repair started of a little shock on the rust could believe it was that bad just because i thought that was the easy side of it but in turn it had tons of rust.once it was cut out i put some rust stop inside the panel to stop further rust issues and welded it up and did a slit skin coat over the peice and sanded it down and got picked up on Sunday. Will be back this next weekend for the other side.
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cut all of the rust outa of the side
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done with the metal work just need a little skin coat over it
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done just have to wet sand it a little
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Re: Hard Knocks Customs!!

Postby 72ghiavert » Mon Apr 12, 2010 8:01 am

Nice job...again. :thumbup:

I will recommend to the owner to get rid of those vents. Water gets thru them and that is what is causing the rust. :blackeye: Just saying. :roll:
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Re: Hard Knocks Customs!!

Postby Hard Knocks Customs » Mon Apr 12, 2010 8:08 am

i fixed it to where the water should run out completely and not cause any rust issues any more.
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Re: Hard Knocks Customs!!

Postby 72ghiavert » Mon Apr 12, 2010 10:46 am

alrighty then... as soon as I get the Ghia started we will talk about the bumpers. Hopefully this week. :thumbup:
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Re: Hard Knocks Customs!!

Postby Hard Knocks Customs » Mon Apr 12, 2010 12:01 pm

cool deal just let me know
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Re: Hard Knocks Customs!!

Postby Zarzamora » Mon Apr 12, 2010 1:14 pm

Hard Knocks Customs wrote:a super i worked on this weekend on rust repair started of a little shock on the rust could believe it was that bad just because i thought that was the easy side of it but in turn it had tons of rust.once it was cut out i put some rust stop inside the panel to stop further rust issues and welded it up and did a slit skin coat over the peice and sanded it down and got picked up on Sunday. Will be back this next weekend for the other side.


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Re: Hard Knocks Customs!!

Postby Hard Knocks Customs » Wed Apr 14, 2010 12:02 pm

OK GUYS HERE IS FOR YOU VOLKSRODDERS I AM BUILDING BEAM EXTENDERS I WILL HAVE 8 INCH AND 10 INCH EXTENSIONS FOR SALE I AM JUST WAITING ON ORDERS.I AM MAKING THEM OUT OF 1/4 INCH PLATE, AND CUT ON AN WATER JET,AND MIG WELDED TOGETHER AND I HAVE DIFFERENT PACKAGES ONE WILL COME WITH THE COMPLETE KIT WHICH COMES WITH THE STEERING EXTENSION AND THE EXTENSION FOR THE BRAKE LINES ALSO AND YES IT COMES WITH THE BOLTS AND NILOC NUTS AND WASHERS.SEND ME AN EMAIL AND I WILL SHOOT YOU A PRICE. :toothy7:
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