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To make rear clam removal a little easier jam a nut on a long 6mm bolt.
This hols clam to body near side pods.It is the one that you access from
inside the cockpit.The long bolt gives you something to hang onto making
this a lot easier to install.Also glue the clam shims in place so they
don't move while installing the clam.Picture shows bolts with washers near
clam shims.
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It's a very modified wilwood go cart
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brake.
The parts that are red anodized I made, the black parts
are wilwood parts.
 

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They are Elise Parts 16mm drop uprights and T-45 control arms.
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Back to clam removal.
You can open up the speaker hole on left and right side of hole.
This lets you get your arm in to get the 6mm bolt out.If you
want to put the speaker back someday it will cover the slots.
The sound of the motor is all I need for music. IMG_4301.jpeg
Now you don't have to remove the seats or the big plastic
panel behind the seats.If you use BOE license plate holder
it eliminates the 3 or 4 bolts that that go through the clam
into the stock part.Also remove the roll bar cover on the
inside and put it in the attic.You will soon forget it's gone
The 2 bolts that hold the clam on near roll bar are now easy
to remove.
 

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May I respectfully request for you to post your build thread? I believe we can learn so much from your exploits. :)
 
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