It's a Frame-Up!
During the initial stages of building the frame, rails, cross-members
and supports are tack-welded into place while everything remains securely
clamped to the jig.
In addition to being lighter than the stock frame, the tubular
frame is stronger and can be built to accomodate other planned modifications.
Once the frame is set-up, it can be removed from the jig for
Welding completed, the motor and rear-end are reinstalled
in the frame.
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