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    blueovalz replied to the thread M20 Dreaming.
    You know you're on the right track when it looks like it's doing 200 mph while sitting in the garage, still primered.
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    blueovalz replied to the thread Head rest design.
    I used the same 3M adhesive to apply black cloth (a thin type of canvas that was easy to clean/vacuum), to my foam 1/2" cushion seat...
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    blueovalz replied to the thread Head rest design.
    Yep on your last statement. I can't realistically build it for 10G (or 30G), but it can support my head, provided some level of...
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    blueovalz replied to the thread Head rest design.
    fracturing is not a bad thing in that it does remove energy during the process. My bike helmet is essentially that philosophy. One crash...
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    blueovalz replied to the thread M20 Dreaming.
    Glad to see a post on this project. Looks great Leon!
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    blueovalz posted the thread Formula 1/2 2020 in The Race Track.
    For those still interested in the F1 for this season, if you haven't watched it, the latest race (Silverstone) has one of the best...
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    blueovalz replied to the thread nasty blow over crash.
    Great story Randy. Not sure I'd ever get "it" back to go at speed again.
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    blueovalz replied to the thread Bryan's GT-Forte build.
    The only .125" wall tubing I'm using is the lower control lateral links (front and rear). All other tubes are swaged (swedged, etc)...
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    blueovalz replied to the thread nasty blow over crash.
    Amazing luck if you want to call it that. A good straight to recover on. I bet he wondered if it would ever quit sliding to a stop.
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    Thanks for the update Russell. Sounds like perhaps you're working through this fairly well, but lot's we don't know about. Thinking of ya.
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    blueovalz replied to the thread McLaren M20#73.
    Really clean, nice, work. I did the same thing with my floor pan, for the same reason, but later changed it to a separate removeable...
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    blueovalz replied to the thread Keith Hardy.
    Thank you for the refreshing a pleasant memory of Keith's posts. I always targeted on them when I saw them, regardless of the subject.
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