2259: Seat Pans and Drive Shaft
I had fiberglass seat pans made from molds we made from a SII car a few years ago. You can read about it here. The new pan is much stronger than the vacuum formed originals, so it won’t crack like the old ones.
The floor inner floor is done, primered, and painted on both sides of the GTE. I also had seat belt mounts welded in place for both the front and back seats. The second pan that welds below this pan is fabricated ready to go in and soon we’ll be able to start installing the interior.
The drive shaft came back from our balancer and I marked the orientation of the pieces before I took everything apart for painting.
The yoke of the drive shaft was missing a plug to contain the grease inside the assembly.
I fabricated an aluminum disk to fit snugly inside the yoke.
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