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    • Yes I certainly do actually! :-) I’ve been posting updates on Buzzweld’s FB page. I’ll post up all the updates here and keep posting updates here now too. Cheers, Allen 
    • hi Roy. bit of a late reply. what is the general condition of the chassis etc? and what prep can you do? there is a good guide here on how to decide what chassis paint to use   http://www.buzzweld.co.uk/blog/how-to-choose-a-chassis-paint.html
    • allen. not seen any updates in a while im just starting to get back into the forum and build it up. be good to see if you have any updates for here?
    • Hi I've an 07 mk 7 transit the chassis is in a bad way already, am wondering weather it can be sorted by a good welder and the protected. Or should I just cut my losses and get something better.
    • Here is the pattern for the front spring hangers, there are four pieces like this all 1/4" material that welds on each side of the chassis horn. The blue line shows were the 1/4" plates go to box in the bottom of hanger and where the actual spring hanger welds onto the base. The red line just shows the outline of the chassis horn. These will have two 3/8" holes drilled and tapped so Buzzweld etch primer, CIO & WAR can be applied to the inside of the boxed section and then a bolt with sealant put in holes to seal it up, till want to check and re-coat if needed, all boxed in sections will have either taped holes or drain holes, depending on location and situation so all interior areas will be coated with Buzzweld etch primer, CIO & war. All the outer surfaces of the chassis, axles, driveline ect, will be coated in Buzzweld 2K Armor, CIO & WAR. Rust should not be a problem! lol    Cheers, Allen
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