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Although these frame rails were not in horrible shape, the owner of the car has decided to replace the original rails with thicker aftermarket rails to make the body stiffer to support the additional horsepower the car will have once complete.  Our job was to make the new frame rails replicate the original to maintain the overall stock look the customer wants to keep.

 

 

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I have heard good things about their rails

 The rails are nice. Although don't reference the photos above as how they will come to you.  We added to them to make them look more like the original.  We also added plates to the rear frame rail to help reinforce where the frame rail ties into the rear frame cross section. 

 

As you can see from the photos below, extensive modifications were done to ensure that the rails properly fit the vehicle. 

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You do such a beautiful job! The welding is amazing, so fortunate to see a pro doing it as an inspiration and thanks for sharing. I now will look into learn how to tig weld one day... :rolleyes:

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You do such a beautiful job! The welding is amazing, so fortunate to see a pro doing it as an inspiration and thanks for sharing. I now will look into learn how to tig weld one day... :rolleyes:

Thank you for watching! If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask.

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