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Next, we insert the hardtail slugs into the rails. If you have to tap it, we suggest a block of wood to keep from damaging the metal. Once the motor mount seats, we move on.

Now, we tack weld the frame into place. Starting with the bottom rails you want to get a good one inch tack weld on both. Then tack weld the top rail with the same one inch weld.

With the welds finished, you can send the frame out to be coated or painted and you're good to go. As you can see, we designed the hardtail kit to look as if the frame was originally built this way when it's done. The backbone has a nice straight seat rail line and the frame flows great.

The thing that is really cool about doing this kit is that your insurance doesn't change since your vin numbers are still stock and you don't have to jump through all the hoops to get new paper. Check more of our parts out online at www.ledsledcustoms.com or call us if you have any other questions.

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Next, we insert the hardtail slugs into the rails. If you have to tap it, we suggest a block of wood to keep from damaging the metal. Once the motor mount seats, we move on.

Here you can get a good look at the eighth inch gap we have for our weld to fill in and the plug weld hole on the stock frame section. With our motor mount seated and our bolts in the rear mount, we can start to weld it up.

Now, we tack weld the frame into place. Starting with the bottom rails you want to get a good one inch tack weld on both. Then tack weld the top rail with the same one inch weld.

Here's what you want your weld to look like. A decent fill on the gap with plenty of penetration on the plug weld. With both top and bottom rails tacked in place, you can now take the motor out and finish the weld.

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