Discussion in 'Builds and Fabricators Forum' started by ITLKSEZ, Aug 20, 2015.
Drainage and cooling
Then cover it with a belly pan...
So, when do you take apart the rest of it?
The plan as it stands today....
1. Get it running.
2. Thin the wiring.
4. Finish building everything else.
5. Completely disassemble for paint, seals, gaskets...
Alternative step 5: Drive it and let it rust and leak.
Yea I’m a huge fan of alternate step 5
When do tickets go on sale?...
Rides are free, but you have to try my vegan jerky first.
I feel like the finish line is starting to come into sight...and yet disassembly, final paint and clean-up and re-assembly is going to take some time...bet you can still be done by Moab weekend in 3 weeks.
Yeah, I try not to be, but history tells a different story. Just ask the hippo.
Negative ghost rider!
Two words that legally cannot go together... And NO...
Worth the price of admission...
I didn't know vegans were in season.
Oil filter is on, oil is new, fuel lines are in, vacuum lines are routed or capped, wiring is 90% hooked up. There are a few unknown connections that I’m going to have to dig through the schematic to figure out.
In the 12(?) years I’ve been working on this, this is the first time I’ve felt overwhelmed. This wiring is daunting. Not the “where do the wires go” as much as the shear capacity of it all. Getting it thinned out and to all fit in a 3a without looking like a hack job is going to take some serious time and effort.
Electrical is my bug a boo!
Be sure to hook up the electric window...
Power windshield frame vent?
WHAT?!... And here I thought you'd be wrapping this thing up sooner than later.
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