Join Date: Jul 2014
Location: Fairfax Station, VA
It appears that F5 didn't get enough angle in the bend for the rear cockpit aluminum. You definitely want that aluminum secured to the upper 3/4" tube, because as bpalmer says you'll run into problems fitting the body if you don't. As he suggests, can you just push the aluminum flush?
MK IV Roadster #8631
Ford 302, Holley Terminator EFI, T5z, 3.55 Rear End, IRS, 17” Halibrand Replicas (9” front, 10.5” rear), Nitto 555 G2’s (275/40ZR17 front, 315/35ZR17 rear), Fast Freddie’s Power Steering, F5 Wilwood Brakes, FFMetal’s Firewall Forward, Forte’s Hydraulic Clutch & Throttle Linkage
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