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Old 07-15-2016, 09:27 PM   #15
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Are axle down angles correct?

Both my axles are in and notching with a pneumatic cut off wheel made the job easy. I did a 2" vertical depth for all notches. This required no more than 1/4" taken from the top of the notch for the mounting brackets to bear against the frame, and some mounting plate notches didn't require hardly any removal from the top. Each notch was widened to accommodate the larger axle tubes.

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