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    This evening I'll be mocking it up without the chain so I can get full front-to-back alignment.

    I'll be taking it to a welder on Wednesday (hopefully) to have it welded in place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbswear View Post
    This evening I'll be mocking it up without the chain so I can get full front-to-back alignment.

    I'll be taking it to a welder on Wednesday (hopefully) to have it welded in place.
    Awesome that sounds like a plan.....
    Last edited by Tattooo; 08-19-2019 at 10:35 AM.

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    I'm down with that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbswear View Post
    I'm down with that.
    Cool...... I also cleaned several of mine up....... Have a good one....

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    Here's the setup on my rigid shovel using a two piece bracket/caliper. Had my local shop order me the tab and cut and grinded for nice fit. Next time id just go with a piece of scrap steel. I put lots of weld on it so i could smooth it into the frame nicely. I like the 2 piece setup because u can pull the caliper and change pads etc without pulling the wheel.

    0820190547

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    BTW, no need to pull wheel w 2000HD calipers. Pull the pins, 12 point 1/4"

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