As Steve was installing his Welder Series coil over Mustang II crossmember, he snapped some pictures (do you still snap pictures with a digital camera?) and sent them to be added to our monthly photo sharing draw. I know he’s bought a triangulated four link for the same truck… I can’t wait to see those install pictures too! That’s great, thanks very much for using our parts, Steve.
Depending on your ride height, notching the top part of your frame rails might be necessary. The instruction sheets included in the kit will show you how to determine whether you’ll have to trim your frame or not.
Steve used a #21906 56″ track width for his ’52.
Send your installed pics to [email protected] We’ll enter you in a monthly draw to win a $50 credit on your account here.
Duane sent in a few pics of the ’32 3 window he’s building. Good grief, this thing sits perfect. Duane used our front four bar kit, Panhard bars (front & rear), front shock mounts, Vega steering box mount, U bolt kit, tie rod & drag link, frame rail boxing plates, some motor mount pieces, and exhaust hangers.
Using the random number generator at www.random.org, Duane was selected and will receive a $50 credit on his account here against future purchases. Thanks for taking the pictures!
If you have pictures of our parts you’d like to share, please send them to [email protected]
Jonathan sent in some pictures of his Welder Series sway bar install during February, and was chosen by the random computational software at www.random.org as the winner.
There is $50 on your account here to be used against future purchases.
If you haven’t sent in pictures of our parts on your car, please email them through to [email protected] At the beginning of each month, I’ll draw from the last months submissions for the winner. If you weren’t chosen, you’ll be entered in the next months draw as well, so you have two chances to win.
Congratulations and waytogo to Paul in CA for winning the November photo sharing draw. It’s randomly generated, but congratulations nonetheless.
Paul sent pictures of the LS1 motor mount kit he welded himself. I’ve recently added all our customer-submitted pictures to Facebook. If you’re on that little networking site, please “like” our page: www.facebook.com/paul.hortons.welderseries
Way to go, Roger… there’s a $50 credit on your account here for future purchases.
Roger sent pictures of a Welder Series Mustang II crossmember installed in his 1962 Rambler.
Congrats, Steve! There’s $50 sitting on your account here at Welder Series for your next order. Steve used some brackets to put together a rear four link kit for his ’34 pickup. He did the lower bars first, and was planning to order some more parts for the uppers. This should help out!
I use www.random.org to decide the winner, because computers never make mistakes.
Parts In Pictures:
WS21852, axle bracket kit.
218502, formed frame bracket.
Don has been sending progress pictures of his Healey build for a while now… I hope he still has $50 of Welder Series parts to buy, because he’s the winner of this months photo sharing draw!
Don used a sway bar on the front and rear, frame curves, and various bits and pieces on this home built chassis. Check out the customized sway bar arms!
Congrats, Lou! Thanks for sending the pictures of your sway bar install. There is $50 on your account at Welder Series.
Remember, the contest is completely random- I enter the number of applicants at www.random.org and hit “generate”. The entrants who didn’t win this month are automatically entered in the draw next month too!
If you have Welder Series parts on your project, all it takes is a quick picture and you’ll have the chance to win a $50 credit on your account here, just like Lou.
Congrats goes out to John in AZ for sending pictures of his really slick rumble seat step made from a Welder Series spreader bar flange and a 1968 Dodge Dart idler arm (why the heck not?).
John, there’s a $50 credit on your account for future purchases. Thanks very much for your business.
Handy fact: John could buy 8 rear spreader bar flanges with his new-found wealth. That means he technically got nine flanges for the price of one!
Email your pictures of our parts to [email protected] to be entered in this months random draw.