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I am going to need to do some significant work on repairing rotted out frame rails. I also suspect the inner rockers are going to have some surprises for me after I get the floor pan out of the car. Given i am going to have all of these major pieces to remove/replace, I am looking to put the project on a jig to keep everything in the right place.
I have the Liskey diagram, but have come across some posts on other boards that suggest the dimensions on that diagram are not entirely correct. I would use dimensions from the car itself, but I don't trust the car given the extent of the work I need to do on it.
My question is this: has anyone built a frame jig for a 1965 mustang that worked well and if so, would you be willing to share the designs you used?
Thanks in advance.
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I built a jig for a 66. I dont have dimensionsbut will provide some pics. I'm Northwest Indiana and would be willing to let it go for cost of metal. I also have a lot of sheet metal including some rockers, and floor pan. Just send me a PM if interested. If you do a search on "Milestone" you'll come accross a thread on "Finally reached a milsetone" that has some pics of jig I made.
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