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  • Funkuponatime
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    Thanks, i reached out to them. These guys are in Thailand, so not so far away.

    Pat K
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    More parts rolled in for this one. New torsion bushing in, spring plate angle set, all bolted down and ready for brake assy.2E04F54D-3347-472A-A6C1-B6E204662654DC677B42-E38F-4926-9AC1-1BAA129720D1

     

    Cleaned out all of the cable tubes. Round one!8F353A9B-941F-4603-9106-A4F83BA7AA59102A7091-4A5E-4AFC-9621-DF1633C4F9AE

    Gets a little better each time.496DE87F-22CB-41F3-82ED-1C6D0922D632

    After about ten rounds it comes out as clean as it goes in. DE8D88CE-2158-4307-AF36-16F16702C88A418C1C30-6C58-4796-B743-29FBD27CFC69

    Both heater cable tubes had broken off cables stuck in them. That sucked!ED768090-D132-4B7C-9B65-31CAB65ABB57

    Early ovals had a shorter straight shift rod. We didn’t have one but we had the parts to make one.F2AAA515-C8B3-4331-B331-9B378D2CB215B600C161-44EF-4834-BFFA-E9CDDCEC135BA95E6FE1-8B24-4ABC-8156-4EE59A0BE13C

    Installed the modified rod along with a shifter. Everything works great! Need to pull everything back apart for finish welding.8519EB09-1A9D-4C69-9798-D06078C1271B

    We will build it if it comes.

    Lone Star
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    Good to see this one moving along.  Great thinking on fabricating the shifter rod.  I had been hunting for one, but no luck.

    RSP3
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    Pat cutting a drum.

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    BBWB
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    I love making chips! Nice job Pat.

    I'm at the age where "fuck off", "fuck you", and "fuck it" answer most questions.

    Pat K
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    Every time I use the mill or lathe I think about all the hours men and women spent standing at these things turning knobs to make parts for years and years and years before the CNC bullshit came around killed a skilled trade.

    Knocked 3/4“  off each drum snout because we’re running short axles.
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    Rear brakes assembled and drums on. 7A03FB36-FB62-4ACE-8208-56FE11CAE7EEA673495B-9DC3-4012-B6D8-C7200A027386

    Also fit and tacked down the pan gasket.70A13A37-55A1-4D6A-98AB-7120EE47CD8984264E33-DEEA-460A-A968-EB9E6E99D70B889BE7EA-2470-485B-9259-5FDAF4F6D7F00A3C6258-903A-4203-8AB7-E3D65943B406

     

    We will build it if it comes.

    Lone Star
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    Looks like this pan is almost a roller.  Can’t wait to see it with its new wheels and tires… 🙂

    Getting closer and closer by the day.

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