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Old 08-04-2011, 02:36 PM
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A little Look at what's been going on at the bat cave...

Centerline...
I know these pictures will make you roll over..
Centerline.. It won't be staying that color..

Haven't been doing to much on the C-Cab lately.... But still Pulling it a long..





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Old 08-04-2011, 02:42 PM
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one more..

Had to see what she would look like with a motor...
And for the ones that think it's so ''HEAVY'' I didn't even have to add any air to the tires when I set the motor and trans in...


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one more..

Had to see what she would look like with a motor...
And for the ones that think it's so ''HEAVY'' I didn't even have to add any air to the tires when I set the motor and trans in...


Randy looking good.

Go to MSRA.com and click on BTT50's there is a picture of a c-cab that showed up

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Old 08-04-2011, 08:03 PM
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Randy looking good.

Go to MSRA.com and click on BTT50's there is a picture of a c-cab that showed up

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I seen it... thanks !!!! Very cool..
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I seen it... thanks !!!! Very cool..
I have my eye on you what a great job looks the duck's nuts !!!!
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Old 08-05-2011, 06:17 PM
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I have my eye on you what a great job looks the duck's nuts !!!!


MAN !!!!!
Where have you been hiding at ????

Good to hear from you...
I have to say this.... I don't have a clue what you are saying sometimes... The words y'all use,, Well !!! us coon a***'s don't usually hear them saying..
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Old 08-06-2011, 01:32 AM
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MAN !!!!!
Where have you been hiding at ????

Good to hear from you...
I have to say this.... I don't have a clue what you are saying sometimes... The words y'all use,, Well !!! us coon a***'s don't usually hear them saying..
All good here Willys is at that stage seats in and steering done I am happy the wee foster kid from next door had the first ride with steering today however I have a problem in that I have to shorten the column by a couple of inches, it is a flaming river unit floor shift but I cant find how to dismantle it or more the point put it back together dose anyone know of a link i can see drawings ?????
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Old 08-06-2011, 08:39 AM
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All good here Willys is at that stage seats in and steering done I am happy the wee foster kid from next door had the first ride with steering today however I have a problem in that I have to shorten the column by a couple of inches, it is a flaming river unit floor shift but I cant find how to dismantle it or more the point put it back together dose anyone know of a link i can see drawings ?????

What I do on all of mine is,,,
I figure out what I need to cut off,,
Put tape around the bottom, And cut it off with a cut off wheel,,
Then I drill out the two little dimples on the side's that hold's the Bushing in at the bottom,,
Now.. once you do all this, And you have the bottom piece in your hand with the bushing ,,
Place it into a vise,,,
I then carefully knock out the bushing,, (it's easier to knock it out once the bottom piece is cut off the column)
Then put it into the other good part...(column) Knock it in carefully..
Now.. take a center punch and add a couple of dimples to hold the bushing in.. Just try not to move the shaft to much....

I have done this to a lot of column's like this... Never had a problem... Just don't try to tilt it without the bushing in it..I never take the column apart when I do one..

Or you can just take everything a part..

Truck look's GREAT !!!!!

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Here are some links to shorting a F/R shaft

http://www.trifive.com/forums/archiv...p/t-56710.html

http://www.network54.com/Forum/82899...umn+shortening

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Thanks for the links Bill....good info
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Thanks for the links Bill....good info
I should like to report that I did strip it down only because my little helper broke the hazard switch off (**** happens) and I needed to replace the whole turn switch mechanism $50 from them but I am not able to get onto there shop without pass word summit has them so I am back on track did it in the lathe and saw and back together easy peasy thanks to you all you sure are a lot of help to us down under, any time I need to know anything this my first port of call, if you are ever down here come stay with us
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What I do on all of mine is,,,
I figure out what I need to cut off,,
Put tape around the bottom, And cut it off with a cut off wheel,,
Then I drill out the two little dimples on the side's that hold's the Bushing in at the bottom,,
Now.. once you do all this, And you have the bottom piece in your hand with the bushing ,,
Place it into a vise,,,
I then carefully knock out the bushing,, (it's easier to knock it out once the bottom piece is cut off the column)
Then put it into the other good part...(column) Knock it in carefully..
Now.. take a center punch and add a couple of dimples to hold the bushing in.. Just try not to move the shaft to much....

I have done this to a lot of column's like this... Never had a problem... Just don't try to tilt it without the bushing in it..I never take the column apart when I do one..

Or you can just take everything a part..

Truck look's GREAT !!!!!
Randy You are the man !!!!! read below I had other issues and thanks for your input
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Old 08-06-2011, 06:28 PM
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Randy You are the man !!!!! read below I had other issues and thanks for your input


Thanks... I'm just your everyday hotrodder..

I might take you up on that one day... I would love to see your Country...
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Old 08-12-2011, 03:34 PM
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I just made my first video... Not sure if it's going to work are not.. But here goes nothing.. I hope everyone will enjoy..

http://www.youtube.com/user/newinteriors?feature=mhee

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Great video Randy and i really dig the music you have with it.




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