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5/12/2011 6:34 am  #1


Slip Joint Body Mounts.

This chassis is based on a 12" from the center of the guide plate to the center bushings on the motor mount.
Length may vary, I have made some from 9 1/2" long to this length.

1. Slip Joint next to 12" ruler.
http://bracket500.com/mb/sjmount1.jpg


2. Side body mount on top of hinge, you can use round pin tubbing,
stack so you can use longer pins.
http://bracket500.com/mb/sjmount2.jpg


3. Front mount, pin tubing with hats on top and bottom.
This can also be done by inserting a small screw into the guide thread area.
http://bracket500.com/mb/sjmount3.jpg


4. Rear length for motor mount. 4" from under the back of the motor mount
to the hinge.
http://bracket500.com/mb/sjmount4.jpg


5. Close up of stack for side pin tubing mounts
http://bracket500.com/mb/sjmount5.jpg


6. Close up of front body mount.
http://bracket500.com/mb/sjmount6.jpg


7. Close up of the sliders/spring/torque bars, we based this
on the length of the motor box 4" long. So the overall length
is 8" for the sliders.
http://bracket500.com/mb/sjmount7.jpg


Once you have the chassis done then sit your body on the
chassis and mark and cut/trim off the bottom of the body
for the look you're trying to accomplish.
One tip on the chassis build is to make sure the chassis remains
as flat as possible, so it won't bind when you're running it.

  DVan


"Where legends are made and records are broken".
 

5/12/2011 7:05 am  #2


Re: Slip Joint Body Mounts.

Bill give me a minute to show you other motor mounts I have used.

Now the reason for stacking the pin mounts is that you don't have to cut the pins, easier to find when you drop them.


I'll post pics of motor mounts in a few...
 
   DVan


"Where legends are made and records are broken".
     Thread Starter
 

5/12/2011 7:12 am  #3


Re: Slip Joint Body Mounts.

Bill here are other motor mounts I've used.
Now on the right one it need a piece of tubing on the back so the motor mount will not distort and the bushings/bearings won't bind.
We did something like that on the World Tribute car.

http://bracket500.com/mb/sjmm.jpg


Added tubing on motor mount:
http://bracket500.com/links/wtc/hannah/15Completemotorbox-Axlemount.jpg

  DVan

Last edited by DVan (5/12/2011 8:30 am)


"Where legends are made and records are broken".
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5/12/2011 8:10 am  #4


Re: Slip Joint Body Mounts.

Bill here's the tongue I marked (exaggerated)  then I cut the excess.

http://bracket500.com/mb/sjton.jpg


Here's an underside picture when I use that cut down tongue, I add another piece of brass for the body mount and weight.
http://bracket500.com/mb/sjton1.jpg


Top view:
http://bracket500.com/mb/sjton2.jpg


Pin from body into chassis mount:
http://bracket500.com/mb/sjton5.jpg


Side pins seen from under the whole dragster:
http://bracket500.com/mb/sjton6.jpg

Your question about this part, I don't see where if you were to solder the pin tubing side to side instead of stack would make much difference, and like I post above, the uncut pin make it easier to work with.

DVan


"Where legends are made and records are broken".
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5/12/2011 10:00 am  #5


Re: Slip Joint Body Mounts.

Great pictures...


New doesn't always mean good.
 

5/12/2011 10:21 am  #6


Re: Slip Joint Body Mounts.

Billy thanks. 

  DVan


"Where legends are made and records are broken".
     Thread Starter
 

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