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Tri-Five Chassis - Framing A Classic, Part 5

Our Chassis Gets Up And Rolling With Wheels, Tires And Brake Lines

Bending Lines
Bending and routing hard brake lines may seem like an easy task, but making it all look nice and tidy is an acquired skill that takes plenty of patience. The job is certainly easier when you don't have obstacles like an engine, transmission, or body panels to work around, which is one of the reasons we chose to do it now. (Of course, without the engine or body in place, it can be difficult to know if you're going to run into clearance problems later on.) Armed with a simple Snap-On tubing bender, a flaring tool, and our bare hands, we were able to get the job done and route the lines in a reasonably attractive fashion, but it did take more time than we anticipated. The following is a brief synopsis of the tools and techniques we used to form and flare the tubing.

SOURCES
Classic Performance Products
175 East Freedom Avenue
Anaheim
CA  92801
800-522-5004
www.classicperform.com
Kugel Komponents
www.kugelkomponents.com
Classic Tube
80 Rotech Drive
Lancaster
NY  14086
800-882-3711
www.classictube.com
Performance Suspension Technology
8-00/-247-2288
p-s-t.com
Coker Tire
8-00/-251-6336
coker.com
Wheel Vintiques
5-59/-251-6957
wheelvintiques.com
Danchuk Manufacturing
3201 S. Standard Ave.
Santa Ana
CA  92705
Williams Classic Chassis Works
La Verne
CA  91750
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