Well, I an near the end of the reassembly of a bare metal respray of my 1974
TR6. While crawling around under the car, I have discovered a bit of rust
in the frame that has left me in deep thought. As I poked around on the
frame I find that the center section has a hole that is large enought to
slip four or five fingure's in freely. I also have discovered that the
A-arm mounts look as if they might be a bit on the soft side as well. They
as of yet have no holes in them but If I were to get agressive with the pick
hammer they might. You see my concern and my questions begin with how many
folks have had issues with their frames and how many of you have made
repairs too them. How about the thought of repairing the frame with the
body on the chassie? I have a frame from a 72 and would not object to
rebuilding it and placing my body on that frame. Yes that seems like a lot
of work and the thought of doing it leaves me a wake at night... What too
do? I love this car and plan on keeping it but want to be safe when driving
Has any one had problem with the a-arm mounts pulling through the frame?
Boy would that cose an accident or what....
Jeff Slaton in thought...