Yes, it's well built, just needs some TLC in and out. It is my "hotel" at away events, so I wanted to improve my living conditions at the trackWow! Looks great, what a difference.
That trailer must have had good bones though, it sure doesn't look like a home built, guy that built it must have known something about what he was doing.
This is the best advice I've never heard. As I've been reading this thread it has scared me to the point of avoiding getting on my knees for anything in the garage. Thank you.Its way worth doing. HOWEVER....take my hard earned advise on this please.
Use Knee Pads. Just do it. Is it cool and sexy? Nope. Do it anyway.
I didn't and I ruined my knees by the time the job was done and now I am nearly crippled. Seriously, I can hardly walk and not for very far. Since I am so crippled up it's ruined my life in may ways, I got fat, and I can't do certain things you like to do on your knees at night if you catch my drift.
When I was a young pup there was this old crippled up guy that used to come watch me build race cars. Every day at least twice he'd say "Get some damn knee pads or by the time you are my age you'll be crippled up like me"......did I listen? Nope.
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I was given the same info and ignored it. Now I am paying for my arrogance.This is the best advice I've never heard. As I've been reading this thread it has scared me to the point of avoiding getting on my knees for anything in the garage. Thank you.
Scrambling on finishing everything up for race next weekend...SLA is fully installed but lots more to finish up. Waiting for my rear shocks to come back from rebuild; hope they make it in-time. Cutting it way close right now...Any news on the SLA setup??? looking forward to seeing how it turns out!