Sunday, May 2, 2010

Metal Bits

As long-time readers know, my van was heavily modified, and this included the removal of structural sections -- the middle rail or subrail and some call it and both cross members. This week I received the sub-rail made from a Mike Slaney drawing by a local shop called Austin Sheet Metal. Austin also made the channels I needed to have done for the cargo floor elements that, on older vans, are made from wood. I used Austin because when I bring them something I know they won't screw it up. I measure ever friggin' dimension after they do something and it's perfect right to the last molecule. They also made by mounting bracket for my brake booster. It will mount to the frame and support the booster and the master cylinder.

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