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Today 08:22 PM
idrivejunk Before that, there was this Biscayne decklid and this part was the tip of the iceberg.







Today 08:16 PM
boothboy
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Originally Posted by MARTINSR View Post
I am thinking you are right!

Brian
GOOD GOD!!!!

BB
Today 08:15 PM
idrivejunk Started putting the '33 together today-



Today 08:09 PM
Too Many Projects I, however, have PROOF I worked today...

I finished the toe board fab and install on Monday.





Then I spent 3 HOURS grinding down the entire floor replacement job...



I had to make a repair flange for the shifter hump.











Then I spent 3 hours removing the remnants of the old floor from the bucket seat mounts, cleaning and prepping them for install. 1 stud was broke, so I ground off the head that is spot welded, installed a bolt and tacked it on.







They are ready, except to run them thru the blast cabinet before paint and welding.

Today 08:03 PM
MARTINSR
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Originally Posted by Too Many Projects View Post
I am thinking you are right!

Brian
Today 07:58 PM
Too Many Projects
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Originally Posted by boothboy View Post
I don't know Guys, should we trust him?

BB
Today 07:43 PM
boothboy
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Originally Posted by John long View Post
I spent a few hours at my friend Melvin's taking the front clip loose on the dually. I have the big block 75% ready to set out. Sure will be good to get it home.

Took my camera and forgot to take the first picture but I promise I did it!

John
I don't know Guys, should we trust him?

BB
Today 07:17 PM
John long I spent a few hours at my friend Melvin's taking the front clip loose on the dually. I have the big block 75% ready to set out. Sure will be good to get it home.

Took my camera and forgot to take the first picture but I promise I did it!

John
Yesterday 04:35 PM
John long Got my five minutes in today. Cut off U-bolts, radiused brake lining, and installed 3/8 wheel spacers. Chassis now rolls freely. At least I was down there for a while.

John
Yesterday 12:18 AM
MARTINSR
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Originally Posted by 496CHEVY3100 View Post
Kind of an oxymoron,,threaded externaly BUT splined on the inside so it will not turn,,,did I miss something..
It's made by American Motors, next question.

Today I got out there and lifted the Rambler up to do this stuff, but got side tracked when I figured I would fire the Gran Sport up (first time since Aug) and take it over to the rad shop as I saw they were still open when I passed them on the way home. He looked it over and waved a magic wand and sent me on my way. I will be using it if I have to but got to get that damn ***** Marge on the road....don't tell her I called her that.

Brian
03-27-2017 10:40 PM
tech69 put togethers suck on Monday, especially a support job on a Prius. with the old schools you can note where to leave panels cause you do have some play and for the most part final assembly will go smooth if you remember anything extreme that you did, even without marks. With old school supports you weld it in and it's not moving! With this prius you can get under hood specs, square it up perfectly to spec, have shouldered bolts, and still be battling that head light on final assembly. The difference is that thin crap twists a lot which gives you readings that are spec and when you bolt in that support it will fit differently depending how it reacts as you bolt it down. I kid you not, some of these cars just get ruined by the smallest hits these days.

Anywho, been researching a whole lot on battery powered 1/2" impacts after my air one went out, and Milwaukee seems to have it down with the battery powered ones. Great addition for when they want me to put on a knee in the lot so I can bring the darn thing inside to finish the repairs, so I ordered one of them 18V impacts and they sound awesome!
03-26-2017 08:02 PM
496CHEVY3100
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Originally Posted by MARTINSR View Post
YEP! Or you can remove the yoke from the differential which is NOT easy. I have tried and never pulled it off. The yoke screws into the differential and has a giant lock nut to keep it from spinning. It's installed to about 200 ft lbs and not easy to get off. I gave up and just installed the U joints on the car.

Brian

Kind of an oxymoron,,threaded externaly BUT splined on the inside so it will not turn,,,did I miss something..
03-26-2017 07:16 PM
Too Many Projects Brian, no offense but you have NO IDEA what "rust out" is. That 60 year old car is more solid than many of the 20 year old cars in this area..
03-26-2017 07:04 PM
MARTINSR
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Originally Posted by cozwurth View Post
Sounds like it's time to narrow up a 9" for Marge, just so you can replace the U-joints on the workbench...
Nope, don't plan any changes. She is just a driver. Believe me, there are more serious issues with that car like it's designed my the engineers at American Motors to rust, it's designed to take on water and rust out, that was their goal and they succeeded.

Brian
03-26-2017 01:47 PM
123pugsy Been picking away at the house project. Little stuff.
Waiting on materials for the main floor. Bead board slats, baseboards etc.

Working on drawings now to give the city for the handrail attachment to the back deck. They want engineered stamped drawings for this...say what?

I think I'll get started without the drawings just to get things moving.
That is, if it ever gets dry outside.
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