80 Malibu Wagon wheel tubs

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Thanks for the input, I got it cut out and going to have to cut the frame completely out for the 315"s to fit. I ordered the tub kit from Wild Rides race cars. So we will see how they fit on a wagon.
Here are some pictures of the new tubs, wild rides were not quite right so had to cut my own, and narrowed the the back seat for the tubs. It is slow going when you never have done this before. Thanks to all for the help
 

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Upstate NY
Here are some pictures of the new tubs, wild rides were not quite right so had to cut my own, and narrowed the the back seat for the tubs. It is slow going when you never have done this before. Thanks to all for the help
Nothing a welder can't fix.

The entire goal, imo, is to get it done and enjoy it. I'd recommend not getting too crazy over having to cut, weld and grind (caulk can hide a lot :banana:.)
 
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