Originally Posted by inspector12
Easy fix put cradle/cradles back im lol! But it is extra work. GL!
Your right. That is the option that I am aware of,...which sucks. Labor induced and time consuming. basically, your taking steps that you didn't HAVE to take. I have taken apart more Corvettes then I can remember, and I can tell you, putting everything back together in a fashion that will work, and roll, where you can move it by yourself, is next to a big pain in the a$$ that I never wanted to deal with as a technician, not to mention, next to impossible(not steering gear-no rear axles, things don't work so easily).
Just curious if anyone has had this issue, and what they have done about it. Do you just leave it in your garage, and bust out the buckets and wash rags to clean it? Do you leave it on the lift and work on your OTHER lift while you wait on the parts?
Just would like to know.
Basically, we have a family fabrication shop, and we came up with something that really works, works really well, it's super easy,...and well, like I said, it works.
If it's something that people are interested in, I will get it over to a vendor(s), and you guys can have at it.
All aluminum, all USA, all made in the USA.
If there is a real interest in this,...(should be for anyone that works on they're car in they're own garage(extensive builds, not air box's) or more then one car at a time),...I will make more then what we are planning for already.
We're friends with a few premier performance shops in SoFla,...invited a couple to our private garage...and as soon as they saw the pieces,...they pretty much wanted the prototype set right off the car's. Anyways, if anyone is truly interested, I would like to gauge some interest here, and see what is realistic, and what isn't.
f-body, C5-C6-GTO-CTS-V/G8 are what we have in mind since we have one of those to mock up off of(already have for the most part).
Thanks for reading.