Weld-On U Bolt Plates
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This kit will clean up the appearance of your front crossmember. It has two plates that weld to the crossmember, and another plate that holds the spring from the underside, eliminating the need to have the U-bolts come up over the top of the crossmember.
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Use with original or reproduction Model "T" thru '34 Ford crossmembers. Includes two U-bolts with nuts, one spacer plate and one lower bracket.
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These replacement 1928-31 Model 'A' Ford front crossmembers lower a Model A chassis 2" below a stock crossmember. Replaces a cracked original or use it to start your reproduction frame off right. Made of heavy, 7-gauge steel with clearance for 1-3/4" cross spring. Welds to frame boxing plates of original or repro chassis.
This 1932 Ford front crossmember is made of 7 gauge steel with clearance for a 1-3/4" cross spring. It welds to the frame boxing plate of an original or reproduction chassis. Lowers a 1932 chassis 1" below a stock crossmember. Measures 22-3/4" edge to edge.
TIG welding has been long recognized as the premiere welding process, which can make beautiful, strong welds on nearly any metal. In this easy-to-follow program, Ron Covell covers the basic processes used for TIG welding, covering proper machine setup, joint preparation, electrode selection and preparation, torch technique, and perhaps most importantly, what to check for when things go wrong! Ron's thoughtful description of the welding process, coupled with the close-up photography that brings the action into clear view makes the seemingly difficult process of TIG welding easy to understand.
- Stars & Stripes Welding Helmet
- Durable, light weight material is corrosion resistant and flame retardant
- Ultra high performance filters protects against UV & IR
- Automatically changes from a light to a dark state when arc in struck
- Returns to normal when welding stops w/dark to clear adjustments available
- Variable shades from DIN 9 to DIN 13
- Outside sensitivity adjustments provide clear vision both prior and during welding
- Special turnover headband mechanism allows for greater comfort and reduces fatigue
- Utilizes high performance solar cells w/2 built-in 3V lithium batteries as power back-up
- Complies with DIN, ISO, EN safety standards and ANSI Z87.1-2003 standards
- Replacement Lenses: 4.5 x 3.5"