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Tech Tips: Car O Liner Measurements

by | May 11, 2018 | Auto Body Tips, Muscle Car Restoration, Tech Tips

For this post, we are using the 69′ Cobra Jet build as our demonstration. This car had the whole back quarter panels replaced, and once on the dedicated jig (Car O Liner), we can make sure the whole car is exactly where it needs to be aligned.

The Car O Liner we used has a three-dimensional mechanical measuring system, the picture below is of unibody collision project. You will see later in the post, how we use it to build the muscle cars.

 


Tech Tips: Car O Liner Measurements

 

Remember: While welding, you want to make sure that you don’t move the car on the dedicated jig and that it is very important to make the measurements on the car correctly, or your doors, trunk lid, and wheels won’t fit right.

Below you will see a photo of the Mustang on the dedicate jig. 

Below is a photo of the Mustang on the dedicated jig. It is done being welded and assembled and is now ready for ePoxy Primer. 

We hope you enjoy our post and found it useful.

If you have any questions, Contact Us.

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