At the back of the rear framerail, we made a sandwich bracket with a piece of 1.5-inch tubing that fit precisely in the leaf spring bushing pocket on the framerail. When clamped together, the rear fame position was locked in place. Again, for photo purposes it was better to use a picture of the new framerail clamped in place. Once the six adjustable stantions were attached to the body, we welded them to the framework. We put caster wheels on our jig so we could move it around. Building our jig this way, the 10 critical pick-up points—including front and rear rockers, torque box, and front and rear spring eyes on the rear framerail—are all locked in position. The jig is square and all the pickup points are locked in proper relation to one another no matter where we roll the jig. There is no concern of whether the rolling jig is on level ground or not.