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  1. TMR says:

    Top angle view of the top end plate, and the bottom end bracket welded in position on to each end (4) of the tread rails. Use a tin piece of cardboard such as cereal box, to space the brackets and provide slight clerance from the main beams so that the tread rails can slide side to side easily for assembly and adjustment for each vehicle. Note the angle cuts on the top plates. These extend the available weld edge for securing to the tread rails.

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