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ProtechDS
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Chassis dimensions

Post by ProtechDS »

Hi all, first post..... I have the drawing that has been posted here for the 310 chassis dimensions. However it is missing some critical dimensions I am chasing. These are the distance rearward of the first outrigger mounts (the 2nd ones are dimensioned) and the distance forward to the 2 mounts in the front of the chassis. Does anyone have these?
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Re: Chassis dimensions

Post by roadsterdude1600 »

I have 2 rolling chassis in the garage, one a 67.5 and one a 70. I believe all frames are identical, including the 310 (1500). I would be glad to measure between the body mounts if that is what you need. I'll be in the shop tomorrow AM, so let me know what measurements you need.
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Re: Chassis dimensions

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Welcome! in your location, you have only Melbourne - which one and which continent? :-)
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Re: Chassis dimensions

Post by ProtechDS »

Thanks, Melbourne Australia. I have a rolling chassis too but need the factory spec for these locations as I want to check my body alignment before I put it back on the chassis.