So in the spirit of "getting back into it", I think I want to perhaps take on some metal (steel/aluminum) fabrication of suspension/bracing type stuff for others if there is a need. As tedious as making/customizing longtube 4.6 headers was, I'm quite confident I can tackle suspension/bracing type stuff. Steel and aluminum is expensive, and so is my free time (since I have so little of it ), but right now I feel as though I have to do something. That being said I'm willing to largely forego the value of my time and work for 'beer money'. So what is in need around here that I could consider? I have welders galore and I can turn/mill small parts on my lathe/mill as well as shape on a press/brake/english wheel (though I'm not that good at it ). I don't have 3.8/5.0 specific parts to mock-up though, so it would pretty much be stuff either 4.6-based or universal to mn12s.