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I made something similar for another toy in my toy box.You could build something very similar with off the shelf parts.
You can grab a billet tie rod adjuster and two heim joints of the correct length and bolt diameter opening. I've built adjustable brackets that way before.
I did when I dropped my tank, cleaned it, changed the sender, gasket and filler hose, and THAT thing. WHAT a bear to get it onto the pickup tube. Took more effort than I’d expected sanding/buffing, pressing it into place.
Back in the day I had 1966 GTO with a blower and side draft carbs that had just north of 500HP... and I was unbeatable. I had to box and re-enforce the frame to prevent cracks, and I chained the engine down because I used to rip through motor mounts until I went solid.Thanks .
25 plus years ago it was the thing.
Not so much nowadays.
Over blown and over carbureted but it's paid for.
They can get all the HP out of something that fits under a hood.
It was my first car. Still have it.
Swore I'd kill the first person that dented it. Ended up marrying her.
Still married , still have the car.
When I bought the HMMWV she said .
"If you really want that thing it's going to be the last HUMMER your ever going to get"
(If I had only known what she meant at the time)
Now lets get back to HMMWV's
Sorry to sidetrack the thread.
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