The Project FearleSS is coming together well as several parts are being tended to simultaneously. While the bodywork gets done, the rolling chassis was torn apart and sent out to get sandblasted and powder coated. We took advantage of the situation and made some calls so we could add tubular suspension. For better stopping power, we used CPP brakes on the Currie rear end.
By building the frame separately, we were able to save time and get our build done on a faster schedule. One key advantage of doing it this way means you can assemble the frame without any obstacles. Once the rolling chassis is assembled, it will be easier to install it onto the body.
In this issue, we look at how Big Luis from the House of Pain assembles the freshly powder coated frame on Project "FearleSS." The 1968 frame received Ride Tech's tubular suspension and CPP braking power and steering components. Another upgrade to the suspension came in the form of a Currie Enterprises rear end.