BONUS: “This picture doesn’t have anything to do with the T-Bucket exhaust system but it shows something I do with all of my cars. Notice the flat bar brackets coming off the frame. These are for a removable trailer hitch. There is another one on the other side of the frame that is hidden in this picture. I make these out of 3/8th x 2 “ flat bar with a 3/8ths inch hole drilled for the removable hitch to bolt to. I may never build the hitch and yet if I need to or decide to, then the frame or mount is already in place. The top hole on the center bracket is for mounting the frame to an adapter when I put the frame on two engine stands for final welding, finishing, and painting.”
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