Picked up a couple of tools from JD2 to help me build a subframe for the Husqy - the JD2 TN100 tube notcher, and their famed Model 3 bender. So far loving both of these. I used the TN100 to notch out some straight sections on the subframe and tacked them onto a couple counterbore bungs. The bungs will mount into the lugs I tacked onto the frame previously. I'm using Morse cobalt hole saws with some Walter Coolcut lubricant and it's slicing through real nice like.
Waiting on a new die for the bender this week then should be able to start the other sections.