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awesome work! moving along! what size is ur fuel line, -8 or -10?
AN -8 and 1/2" 5052 alum. tube 37 degree compression flair. Thanks for the kind words. I get to work on it every day......I'm retarted, I mean retired...LOL
Brad, Would you have the part number for them? I've searched, but haven't been able to find them. Thanks, Brad
Sorry. PN for what? I'm getting PART TIMERS...lol
I returned the entire set up ($8,000.00) to Art Morrison. Long story short. I trailered the car to Fife, WA so AM could take the dimessions first hand. When I went to install the rear clip it was way off. 2.5" to one side way off. AM built it "centered". I call Scott there (the sales and messuring guy) to tell them that Mopars are 2.5" offset...Here's what AM's sales rep. said, "that's what unuversal joints are for". My next e-mail was to Mr. Morrison. I did get a full refund but it cost me two trips to Seattle and a whole lot of stress.............so I built my own. :sad1:[/QUOTE] I have dealt with them, and will only talk to Art, or his son; then good.
The Strange Engineering lower shock mounts that you posted close ups for me in post #46.
Well some progress this week. Starting at the rear and moving forward. I knew a girl like that in high school...LOL:wack:
you like Rear fatty's too....lol
LOL, tires or Bubble Butts. I call then "wide receiveras" LOL..LMFAO!
Can you spot the difference???? Back to the program folks
I made it easier for you! $100,000.00 on the line
The signs different. Sent me the money!!! And Brad how come I didn't meet/see her when I was at your house? Hoarder? I see A/C building written all over that master power shut-off. LOL
LOL I never noticed the signs. You guys must be looking at the wrong trunk...LOL. She was out back sandblasting parts...IN MY DREAMS..LOL:happy1:
If you noticed the signs you need help. LOL
What year is the Challenger?
The only challenge I see is those twin pillow's hidden under a flimsy whatever.
She looks like a challenge alright. About a late 1980's model I'd guess!!
Moving right along.........
They say rear tires are like boobies.................the bigger, the better...LOL. The weather was good today, the beer was cold and I just had to try them on.
I've been slacking off thanks to the flue bug. Yesterday I preasure tested my fuel, oil and transmission lines to 100 psi, no leaks (that was a surprise). Yes, I have lots of clearance between the front tire and oil filter/lines. I wanted to have easy access to the filter and not have oil run all over the new TTi's. I change filter and oil lots as I think it is the best engine maintenance. I installed a oil filled oil psi guage where the oil psi warning light sendr goes. I want to keep my dash 100% stock so, I'm sticking with the warning light. I also beleive that a warning light will catch your eye faster than a low guage reading. I think both is best. Checked the routing of the B&M shifter cable. Cheers
Good to hear your getting over the flu. As an A/C ex builder myself, as I know you were, I can see you have used many ideas/standards in your build. Said to myself " If Brad could have found a 2 plug per cylinder set of heads he'd have dual ignitions too!!"LOL Snowing more here today, so still waiting to set car on rotisseriere. Will it never end? East -west weather is backwards in Canada this year. Although its good for towing. I want to get on to the car.
Gear down & locked. On all 4's again. Out for a bit of sunshine..NOT in Vancouver....LOL
Not a joke, Moving right along. Most everything under the hood is complete and I hope to trailer it to the custom exhaust shop if the sun comes out this week. I've started on the dash. The dash is painted with truck bed liner coating. It was not easy to cut the dash pad but, I did for the autometer guage pod. It turned out great. All my other cars have autometer guages but, this time I am going with SW because of the range of each guage. I still feel autometer has better quality and most of all customer support. SW is still in the 60's. :coffee2: