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04-24-2013 08:08 PM Super Slider Spring Clamps cont.
I fabricated a fixture to bend the strips in my press.(a little crude but it works) After that I drilled the holes then polished them.


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04-24-2013 08:04 PM Super Slider Spring Clamps
So I bought two sets of Super Sliders (front and rear) I got a set of stainless steel spring clamps and found that they would not fit the super sliders because of the extra space that the sliders take up. So I bought a piece of x1/8 stainless bar. First I sanded the rough coating off them cut it into 7 pieces.


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04-15-2013 04:05 PM More plumbing
Well the brakes went well so why not the fuel, heater and AC lines. I took a piece of 3/8x2 aluminum and fabricated a set of hose holders. Again a lot easer with out the engine. I also ran the battery cables.


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04-15-2013 04:01 PM Cab and doors in epoxy
Waiting for epoxy to cure next the dreaded Bondo.


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04-15-2013 03:58 PM Bleeder note
As I work by myself most of the time I bought one of these bleeders. It leaked allover the master cylinder and down on the frame. I found that when I tightened the master cylinder cover it bowed and caused the cover to leak. I fabricated a plate out of x 2 steel and made a sling out of chain and eyebolts to hold it in place. It worked a lot better.


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