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Old 02-22-2018, 03:12 PM
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It looks good. What did it come in to the shop for?


I spent about 3 hours sandblasting today. That is about all I can stand. Motor and transmission mounts are ready for paint.

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I dont know yet ,he just sent the picture to gouge my a little,,because he knows i want one,,

it might be part of a collection he is getting ready for the auction,,they took 12 ,,3 weeks ago.all 33 and 34s Fords,

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It looks good. What did it come in to the shop for?


I spent about 3 hours sandblasting today. That is about all I can stand. Motor and transmission mounts are ready for paint.

John
Wow 3 in dumps ,,Truck manifolds??
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I need to order a double pulley for the power steering.
Is there anything I need to know about these? Shaft size differences?
Anything?

I always order stuff and then find out the gribnet flange doesn't mesh or krabnet gropple is the wrong size.....etc...
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I need to order a double pulley for the power steering.
Is there anything I need to know about these? Shaft size differences?
Anything?

I always order stuff and then find out the gribnet flange doesn't mesh or krabnet gropple is the wrong size.....etc...
That's a later model with press on pulley. Older model had a nut that threaded on the shaft. It looks like the blank groove on the crank/water pump is behind the current PS belt. If so, I don't see you finding a double pulley for that, as there isn't room between the current pulley and pump mounting bolts for another groove. You may need to move the pump back to get a double pulley to work.

Did a little research and it looks like that pump started in 1976

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It looks good. What did it come in to the shop for?


I spent about 3 hours sandblasting today. That is about all I can stand. Motor and transmission mounts are ready for paint.

John
John, Did you see that link to the high temp zinc primer and paint for headers in that "painting a go kart muffler" thread? That looks like something worth trying.
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Old 02-22-2018, 04:33 PM
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Last week, I got the '47 Ford locked on the frame rack and ready for pulling. Yesterday, I was amazed that the crew had actually got it all attached to the towers and had pulled it some. I continued working to get body parts aligned. The left door fits really well now, but the right door had no gap and it didn't improve with pulling. The owner and I used a port-a-power at the top hinge to pillar at the body line to push it apart a little and it looks good now.













After spending a couple hours with hammer and dolly, I got the wrinkles out of the inner wheel houses and test fit the fenders. The left is good enough for now, but the right needs the body rolled in and down. That can't happen until I get the rest of the cab rust repaired. The floor is nearly floating and pulling doesn't do much but stretch the body.







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I need to order a double pulley for the power steering.
Is there anything I need to know about these? Shaft size differences?
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I always order stuff and then find out the gribnet flange doesn't mesh or krabnet gropple is the wrong size.....etc...
I probably have a pulley if you don't mind a used on.
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Wow 3 in dumps ,,Truck manifolds??
One, I know is a truck. Not sure about the other. They both are 2 1/2 inch outlets.

I bought a 50 lb pale of 80 grit aluminum oxide blast media for my blast cabinet tonight at tractor supply. I would like to go over them before I paint them.

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John, Did you see that link to the high temp zinc primer and paint for headers in that "painting a go kart muffler" thread? That looks like something worth trying.
Mike, I have a can of Helix exhaust paint I am going to use. I Would like to get them professionally coated but not sure who or where to take them locally. I did see the link and looked at it. It may very well be superior to what I have.

The Helix is pretty common in the motorcycle community.

We will see how it does.

John
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One, I know is a truck. Not sure about the other. They both are 2 1/2 inch outlets.

I bought a 50 lb pale of 80 grit aluminum oxide blast media for my blast cabinet tonight at tractor supply. I would like to go over them before I paint them.



Mike, I have a can of Helix exhaust paint I am going to use. I Would like to get them professionally coated but not sure who or where to take them locally. I did see the link and looked at it. It may very well be superior to what I have.

The Helix is pretty common in the motorcycle community.

We will see how it does.

John
I dont know how prices would compare since you have so many close to you,,we only have 1 place and he charges $300 for a set of tube headers to ceramic coat then ,Hot Coat,,and they must be clean or new.


https://www.yellowpages.com/chattano...ramic-coatings
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I dont know how prices would compare since you have so many close to you,,we only have 1 place and he charges $300 for a set of tube headers to ceramic coat then ,Hot Coat,,and they must be clean or new.


https://www.yellowpages.com/chattano...ramic-coatings
That is way beyond my humble budget.

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That's a later model with press on pulley. Older model had a nut that threaded on the shaft. It looks like the blank groove on the crank/water pump is behind the current PS belt. If so, I don't see you finding a double pulley for that, as there isn't room between the current pulley and pump mounting bolts for another groove. You may need to move the pump back to get a double pulley to work.

Did a little research and it looks like that pump started in 1976
Thanks.

I don't see a key way on mine. Are the older ones the ones with a key way?

I found this which looks the same and as you mentioned it says fits 76 and up:

https://www.thewrenchmonkey.ca/produ...BoCCy4QAvD_BwE





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I probably have a pulley if you don't mind a used on.
Thanks.
Used is good but it will cost as much to ship up here as the new one I found.
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One, I know is a truck. Not sure about the other. They both are 2 1/2 inch outlets.

I bought a 50 lb pale of 80 grit aluminum oxide blast media for my blast cabinet tonight at tractor supply. I would like to go over them before I paint them.



Mike, I have a can of Helix exhaust paint I am going to use. I Would like to get them professionally coated but not sure who or where to take them locally. I did see the link and looked at it. It may very well be superior to what I have.

The Helix is pretty common in the motorcycle community.

We will see how it does.

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Just spray on bare steel?
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Just spray on bare steel?
Never mind.
$43.00 to get a can up here.
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Old 02-22-2018, 06:27 PM
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Never mind.
$43.00 to get a can up here.
21 here with free shipping.

I really don't know much about it. I saw some good write ups on it and ordered a can several days ago. Actually, before Mike posted his thread. It claims to be a Silica ceramic coating. I just thought that if I used a flat black coating it would be easy to touch up later. Also, The manifolds should be pretty easy to remove and send off at a later date if I decide to go that route.

As i posted above, The cast Iron is difficult to sand blast well. I Just bought a fresh pale of media for my blast cabinet and intend to go over the manifolds again before painting.

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