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Old 05-18-2011, 03:04 PM
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Pulled the timing cover off to check the kdp, hadn't been done! Time well spent tabbing it
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Old 05-26-2011, 05:55 PM
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Borgeson shaft installed, carrier bearing support fabbed and installed
Hoping to work on the dual shock set up next now.
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It's coming along nicely. Keep up the good work!
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I need to move the block over on another truck how hard is it to move it
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Old 05-31-2011, 03:26 PM
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Originally Posted by thrashingcows View Post
It's coming along nicely. Keep up the good work!
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I need to move the block over on another truck how hard is it to move it
Guessing you mean electrical bulkhead?
Its fairly easy to do, you can see in the pictures what I did. Didn't take more than a hour to do
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Had yesterday afternoon to work on this, here is what I came up with. Marked
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both sides cut out
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drivers side welded on
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cut out a bit of the inner fender to clear the second shock mount off the donor truck
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indexed the back to accept the frame ridge
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extra mount bolted on
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Old 08-07-2011, 10:58 PM
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Had some serious time to finally dedicate towards this project, installed rad support, rad, intercooler, and ac condensor. Had to clock the HX-35 to take the intercooler tubes
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Changed the fuel tank module to hopefully correct a defective fuel gauge from the donor
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End of the day today I fired it up and drove it ahead and backed up a couple feet, what a great feeling!
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With the box off now is a good time to install an axillary tank. The tank from a Ramcharger fits nicely behind the rear axle and is pretty easy to put in if you can get the cross members with it.

Oh, and the Ramcharger tank is actually bigger than your stock tank!
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Good idea but i'm ok with the capacity of the stock tank. It will give me a around a 7hr empty drive time or 4hrs pulling. My bladder isn't that big!

Installed the clock spring and did some work on the valve cover vanity plate
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Wow...What A project...Great work....What part of Sask are you from??
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Thanks! I'm from the Viceroy area which is in between Weyburn and Assiniboia
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Thanks! I'm from the Viceroy area which is in between Weyburn and Assiniboia
Cool...I grow up in Pelly....60 miles north of Yorkton..
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Right on, I know the area.
Removed the seats last night and test fit the exhaust, the 4" is going to be very tight
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The floor had quite a few cracks in it, spent some time welding them all up and all the holes that the previous owners had drilled everywhere.
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