solidwork Friday, 11/10/2017

Hi guys, been a silent reader of this web for quite some times and finally get my hands on some tools and start modding.

Wanna give a big thanks for everyone who shared their tips and build for making a fast car



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LeagueofSpeed 11/10/17
Event coordinator

Welcome...hope to see you running here in North Carolina and all the other great tracks in the RLD Racing Circuit!!!

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Mopar_Mafia 11/10/17

Welcome solidwork. Tell us about yourself and show us some photos of what you're working on

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72_Chevy_C10 11/10/17
Event coordinator

Welcome! I'm looking forward to seeing what you come up with. If you have any questions, feel free to ask!

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solidwork 11/11/17

Thanks for the great welcome guys!

Sadly I live in another part of the world, but i really hope that i can join in some mail in race if possible.

Just finishing up FTE wheel swap on a probe funny car, did the axle polish and graphite the axle, then jb weld and done some test run.

*edited* I also managed to sand the chassis part that make contact with the inner side of the wheels, I really learned alot and applied the things in learn in this forum, and the result is amazing Big Grin

my question is.. any video or picture on how to sand the wheels? because the old pics in photobucket are deleted for some reason i guess.


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LeagueofSpeed 11/12/17
Event coordinator

Myself and C10 are planning on posting videos on "wheel sanding" stay tuned!!!

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solidwork 11/12/17

Great!! Can't wait to see it hahaha

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72_Chevy_C10 11/12/17
Event coordinator

Yeah, I'm still sorting out how is the best way to do it. I've been spinning them with a dremel, but you have to be very careful because they will heat up and make a mess really quick. And, if I wet sand them, it seems to take a long time to remove material.

I'll post a how-to once I can get good, consistent, say tuned! :)

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