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    Pipemn, what size wheels and tires are you running?

    Thanks again for all of your help guys!
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    33 x10.50-15R Bfg T/A. Any questions pm me

    Wheels 5" wide I will have to check backspace?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pipemn View Post
    33 x10.50-15R Bfg T/A. Any questions pm me

    Wheels 5" wide I will have to check backspace?
    Thanks! No need to check back space, thanks again...

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    I would not waste your money on those adapters. When it comes time to build the cage and install the wider beam you will probably want to cut the front pan head off as it will be in the way of the steering rack and tie rods. That will also allow you to extend the beam further out and down if you want more travel. Are you using the standard long body Manx or the mid travel version?

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    I totally agree with ultralucky that is exactly how mine is,but it would depend on what your body length preference and wheel base would be.
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    It is a full length body, and from what you guys have said and what I have researched I will probably just cut the front off when I cage it and install the beam or a-arm setup... Pipemn how does that a-arm setup handle on the street?

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    It actually drives fine my wife drives it all the time,but it is a 6" wide beam not a-arms.Pan is cut off at pedal mount and tubed from there plus lengthened about 6" as I remember.I am on the road now but I try and post some pics of that area.Also the frame in that area runs clear to back of car,and ties into cage area.I post some pics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pipemn View Post
    It actually drives fine my wife drives it all the time,but it is a 6" wide beam not a-arms.Pan is cut off at pedal mount and tubed from there plus lengthened about 6" as I remember.I am on the road now but I try and post some pics of that area.Also the frame in that area runs clear to back of car,and ties into cage area.I post some pics.
    Oh sorry, i got yours confused with one on Samba that I had asked about... If you get a chance can you post some pictures...

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    Body just got gelled... Manxman make sure this one is good and strong!
    Pan is starting to come together, new halves are in...
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    Unless you are planning on a hydraulic clutch, check the bowden tube for the clutch cable to make sure it is attached and in good shape while your pan is torn down that far.

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