View single post by JodyFKerr
 Posted: 09-15-2008 03:07 pm
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Joined: 02-21-2008
Location: Tempe, Arizona USA
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Now, I've not put a JH on a rotisserie yet (the one I'm working on now had all the body work already done).  But I have done it with other cars. As long as you put the car up and only work on one side at a time you should be ok. I would not recommend cutting up both sides at the same time.

If you're still worried about the body twisting you can generally rig some tube steel from end to end under the body. If you're good with a welder a cross body X tube steel rig is also possible.

That being said I can't imagine the floors on yours can be more rotten than the JH I presently have in the driveway (I can almost pick up loose change off the ground through the bottom of the car as I'm driving. :). You should be fine without adding additional structural pieces, providing you do one piece at a time.