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massey 44 wheight brackets

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07-15-2007 15:16:07

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does any one have some pictures of their wheight brackets on a 44 standard or good suggestions on how to build them

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07-17-2007 08:36:13

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 Re: massey 44 wheight brackets in reply to masseypullerinmass, 07-15-2007 15:16:07  
Drop me a email I have alot of pics to help ya out. email is open

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Ian Johnsen

07-16-2007 22:27:01

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 Re: massey 44 wheight brackets in reply to masseypullerinmass, 07-15-2007 15:16:07  
For the front, you can take 3" by 1/4" strap. below the handcrank hole in the cast nose, there should be two holes that can fit 3/8 bolts. These holes are in a recess and about 2 1/2" apart. Take one piece of strap the width of the frame rails and bolt it to the front through those holes. Now you will need straps for each side. There is a larger hole on each side of the frame just behind the nose. You can bolt your side straps to those(I used 1/2" bolts) and weld them to your front strap. Run your sides out past the front strap as far as your club will allow (now you have an "H" shape) and weld another strap out across the front to hang your weights off of. I have hung 700lbs with no problem. For the sides you can use the two holes behind the bellhousing mounts on top of the frame rails. Make a plate to sit on top of the frame and use two 1/2" bolts. I ran a piece 1" by 1/4" strap welded to the top plate down the inside of the frame to help support the weight hanging to the outside. You will need larger plates hanging down the outside tight to the frame. Then, weld a strap out the side long enough to hang your weights on. I think mine are 14". I then capped those with a 3" by 4" plate that keeps my suitcase weights from sliding off the ends. These work well because the weights can hang to the front or back to adjust. Both of these will work on a 44 or 55 once built. Hope this helps.

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