Discussion in 'Builds and Fabricators Forum' started by Johns1967CJ5, Jan 12, 2019.
Got to have cup holders
You need to finish this up so you can take it on safari to Tanganyika!!!!!
The dirty work starts again. Starting work on the bed
I little bit of welding, a lot of bit of blasting then fabricating the sides and front panel
3 bags of sand later
How do you have time to do all this?
I dont rest much
Bed frame is sandblasted and 2 coats of por-15 . I know I'm going to regret it when welding the sides on.... although I am considering just bolting them on since wood floor will hide bolts...still deciding
Some really nice work you're doing. Liking this thread.
I need to get up to the steel place and get a couple sheets of 16 guage so I can make the sides and front panel but in the meantime I got 2x12 pressure treated wood for the bed floor. Ran them thru the planer down to 1". Just ship lapped them no metal strips. I will fasten with galvanized carriage bolts
What about making it a flatbed? I've always wanted a flatbed for some reason.
My father's was actually a flatbed and it would be more practical but I never warmed up to the look
Trying to salvage this tailgate and some other bed parts
Start of the bed sides. Off to the brake
Sponsoring a race car has its perks, like access to an 8ft brake
Wow that's neat!
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