ISO Photo of Underside of Completed Goblin

ATMironov

Well-Known Member
Does anyone have a photo(s) of the entire underside of a completed goblin?
I'm hoping someone has put one on a lift and snapped a photo at some point. I can't find one in search.
 

Peregrinus

Well-Known Member
I'm looking to see what would be required to finished an undertray for the car. Both front and rear.
Going to be problematic to install because the bottom rails hold the water lines. You'll likely want to weld on tabs all the way around to install that to before u get the frame coated.

Otherwise it'll all have to be supported from connection points inside the outer frame.
 

ATMironov

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Going to be problematic to install because the bottom rails hold the water lines. You'll likely want to weld on tabs all the way around to install that to before u get the frame coated.

Otherwise it'll all have to be supported from connection points inside the outer frame.
Yup, tabs for sure. I'm curious to see if there are other obstructions that I'll need to work around. I'll be welding on tabs before its sent out for powder.. but I'm trying to avoid fully assembling the car then disassembling it.
 

r3drckt

Well-Known Member
Why not just get a sheet of steel and trace it to the underside of the chassis, cut and then weld? Skip the tabs since you’re not painted yet or hoses pulled
 

ATMironov

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Why not just get a sheet of steel and trace it to the underside of the chassis, cut and then weld? Skip the tabs since you’re not painted yet or hoses pulled
Generally I'm going to want everything removable... I wouldn't want to weld a sheet to the underside of the rear subframe.
But for now I'm just looking for a photo of the underside of a completed goblin.
 

Ross

Goblin Guru
Well, it isn't on a lift but you can see how turbulent the bottom is.
Rear subframe is a little higher than the middle section, at the firewall.
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middle floor is pretty flat. 1/4" thick bump for the floor strap. I used caulking to fillet it.
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Front bolt on crumple zone and battery area are open on the bottom.
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ATMironov

Well-Known Member
Well, it isn't on a lift but you can see how turbulent the bottom is.
Rear subframe is a little higher than the middle section, at the firewall.
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middle floor is pretty flat. 1/4" thick bump for the floor strap. I used caulking to fillet it.
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Front bolt on crumple zone and battery area are open on the bottom.
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Thanks, this is helpful.
So it look like the only thing that is hanging below the subframe is the parking brake cables?
When I get my frame I should be able to install the subframe (like you did) and mock up a belly sink for the rear with out worrying about other stuff getting in the way during final assembly...
 
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