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Old 03-10-2012, 10:29 AM   #72
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Originally Posted by MasterC17 View Post
That's for sure. According to my spreadsheet (which isn't 100% accurate, but close), I had lost 185lbs in the front and 248lbs in the rear. Add in 50lbs for the roll bar, and it becomes 185 and 198. So, we have almost achieved 50/50 weight loss distribution. I can't wait until I actually weigh it!

Nice! That's perfect. I think out of the 400 lbs I've dropped, like 65-70 lbs is from the engine bay. :/ not quite as much as I'd like out of there.

Originally Posted by MasterC17 View Post
Tonight I painted the roll bar and the floors where the sound deadening used to be. The roll bar itself appears like it came out pretty good, the rear-most floors came out decent, but the floors down where the seats mount and behind there didn't come out all that great. I'll have pictures tomorrow after everything dries and I can touch it up and pull out all of the tape/wrapping.
Looking forward to some pictures.

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