It would be more difficult, but probably wouldn't be that bad with wheel stands.
Yeah I could see that. Perspective and vision is a lot better when you can be standing. I did my downpipes with the car lowered and front suspension loaded to make sure clearance wouldn't be a problem. It wasn't awful, but I did continue raising the car to get a better look at things once I confirmed control arm clearance was good.I ran my wastegate back into the downpipe. Did just that little bit on my back and it was a huge pain in the ass. Because now you’re looking at things kind of upside down/backwards
I'm optimistic that I'll have it running before this season is over, but I still have a lot of work to do and I only get 3-4 hours per week to work on the car.When's this beast making a pass?
That's what I'm considering at this point. I may wait to do the safety stuff over the winter and just get the car rolling under its own power this year. Then I can focus on the smaller details over winter and get it ready to make a pass next spring.I still have some to-dos, I prioritized getting the car drivable.
I generally make it a habit to break any and all OSHA rules in my home garage. Although I always wear safety glasses when doing questionably safe things with my Harbor Freight tools.Welding in shoes with no socks?
Real men TIG weld barefoot so you can feel the power going through your sole
you gonna bring it sunday?