got the jig balanced better now, the "A" frames weren't level as my driveway slopes a bit so now one side has been lifted up to level things out.
it's so balanced it's unreal, taking one front wing off makes the car tilt a few degrees on its' own
you really can turn the car through 360deg without much effort
pics show the car at all angles, not that it has
to be set just like that, as you can set it to exactly which angle of lean you desire.
will be a doddle to sort the floor
my 2 had a look, sarah has never seen under a car before and had a good look around with her torch
last 2 pics show how i chopped down the cross bar to weld it between the mounting bars rather than directly to the front face, as i mentioned last night.
other pic shows my idea for locking the frame at what angle you need the car at.
simply i drilled a hole through the top of the pivot point on the "A" frame and welded a nut to it. then simply lightly tighten a bolt so it bears down on the inner pivot part, just enough friction to stop it all rotating, works a treat as the car can be locked into whatever position is needed