Great to hear of progress Harry, that was pretty fast! How much trouble is it to adjust the size of the castings.
I am looking forward to getting my hangar queens on the high rail. Great work Harry!
I take it you tried the non-shrinking mold material? You still get a half percent shrink,but that is way better than 4 1/2%.
Great news, we may all be back in business again.
Any news on this project?
Patience Grasshopper, Harry's working on it.
Looking forward to a solution. Mine frames shattered as I worked to reinforce them with epoxy.
I will not be working on the repro truck frames now until after the holidays. One of my sons has a medical issue that has slowed me down, and we just lost our zinc caster for the wheels. My injection molder has also moved. The GG-1 part is taking a back seat for now. Sorry. Harry
Sorry to hear that Harry. Best to your family and especially your son for improved health. After reading this thread I really need to get my JLC GG1 out of the box as it's been boxed for the last 3 years.
We of course patiently await your return to this project. No hurry on our part.
Prayers sent for your son, Harry...
Harry III is doing much better, he still has one thing they have to "fix" early next year. He got very lucky, it didn't sound good when I first heard about his issue!