Hi Jim, as we say here down under "BUGGER", no good at all mate.
I have a mate that has a suspended track and I have always thought of trying to do one but this is the second fall I've seen on this forum now so I think I might back off knowing my lack of handy man skils.
Ok guys no one was hurt, I was standing next to it getting ready to install a new timing system.
My wife asked if I rebuild to please make it stationary. So I guess I will build something smaller that fits the space and can be stationary.
I would raise the track so I could park my Mustang under it.
Haven't been in the attic yet but looks like the cables came loose from the pulleys.
Man Dude, That bites. Looking at the pics is looks like alot of the routed track is salvagable. Whats the chances of repairing what you had? Or is it to far gone? Just glad that no one was hurt, or the mustang.
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