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Old 01-24-2011, 01:22 AM
JigSawMan JigSawMan is offline
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Well I was not originally going to put a BB into the car so in the beginning I replaced the old beat up frame rails with new ones. They hook up the the new frame I put in from CA Chassis Works. I will probably leave them in now, just because they look so nice I read your small post and my head started to spin LOL Technologically, I am a newbie here, so I'll have to read and reread a few times.
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