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Old May 9th, 2011, 06:03 PM   #1
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Default Extending Your Steering Shaft
Re:: using super beetle u-joints and column   

This will be pic heavy so not allot to read









weld it to this piece



more pics soon
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Old May 9th, 2011, 06:12 PM   #2
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Nice. This should be stickied somewhere.
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Old May 10th, 2011, 04:22 AM   #4
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Nice. This should be stickied somewhere.
I tried putting it in the tech bin, but i'm not worthy
maybe one of the moderators would be so kind as to give an assist
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Doug -- take it from the Volksrod Shop's Corporate Design Group, change the instructions' typeface. Stick with a simple font, medium weight, no flourishes -- makes it easier to read while cussing and throwing wrenches.
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Doug -- take it from the Volksrod Shop's Corporate Design Group, change the instructions' typeface. Stick with a simple font, medium weight, no flourishes -- makes it easier to read while cussing and throwing wrenches.
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I'll add that I understand you are a creative, engineering type personality and that carries over into anything you do. You show creativity. But the fonts can be difficult to read and can generate problems for those trying to following along and do the work as they read. My $0.02
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next is how to use other makes and models of cars and trucks that are readily available for example this is off of jeep cheeroke
double u joint , double d shaft

lots of R&D to do here but I love junkyard pickin
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