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Re: Bugatti Type 37 Build
« on: 10 February 2019, 08:45:24 pm »
Well we thought we had got away with putting the brake calliper too near the engine, but it just wasn't right and was making adjusting the engine position difficult.  So we cut the mounting bracket off and will re-position it some time this week.  The good news was that the welds seemed pretty solid - so my welding must be OK!  Lots of other jobs going on like cutting chain to length, cutting and fitting keys in the axle, planning engine cut-off switches etc....but nothing photo worthy.   The next milestone we're aiming for is a drivable chassis.