oh yeah, he got that for $5 including lantern. R)
moved to tech forum, not really off topic.
Anything you do to it will be an improvement. R)
I had mine recovered. Tim is correct about the construction. IIRC it was about $60 to have it done. The pads on a DJ look like crud, and would be...
awful, I have to go back Friday to get a biopsy. sigh............
Yep, what they said. I have a spare 225, and wouldn't think of selling it unless someone offered way more than it's worth. :D
Mcruff's right about the lack of uv protection in Por15, will fade in a hurry if not painted over, but it does work as advertised.
My 70 is cardboard
I was bummed, had a good use for the tub. :mad:
the Detroit diesel alpine green is real close, maybe a little light
I have a couple of exterior shots I could send, but have the interior torn out right now, putting in new wiring, gauges, seats and venting...
All the write-ups I've seen recommend not painting between the leaves.
I have a working cam and horn button from an 83. PM me if you are interested
Try These guys. I'll look at my junker tomorrow, I may have it.
15x8 K-H steelies is all I've ever found for the Ren I.
another oddity is the width. My 70 has a narrow stick, when I broke it I pulled the one out of my spare engine and it wouldn't even fit in the tube.
The one in my 60 is blue, but there seems to be a lot of confusion on what is actually correct.
Unless you swap to a 4 barrel and new manifold, I see no reason to change the 2G.
just my .02¢ though, YMMV
Good advice Jason. I do have a few cheaper ones, but any time I'm getting underneath I use some top of the line 6 ton units
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