Why do chassis have holes?
Similarly, can you drill holes in your chassis?
You may have difficulty in drilling round holes in thin metal. Most non-fitters do. But as the others said, don't go drilling the upper and lower surfaces of any chassis unless you know exactly what you are doing.
Likewise, what is the function of chassis? Functions of chassis To carry load of passenger or goods carried in the body. To support the load of the body, engine, gear box, steering system, Propeller or shaft etc. For whisand the forces causes due to sudden broking or acceleration and whistand the load cause due to bad road condition.
Then, what makes a good chassis?
A very large part of what makes a chassis good is also suspension geometry. It affects steering feel, anti-lift, anti-squat and roll center, among many other things. These are all very important when it comes to how a car feels dynamically. Low cars are AMAZINGLY better than high ones..
What is the difference between chassis and frame?
A chassis is the skeletal framework of a vehicle on which most of the mechanical parts like tires, axle assemblies, steering, brakes, and the engine are fastened. A vehicle frame, on the other hand, is the main structure of the chassis. All the other components, including the chassis, are fastened to the frame.