Looks like a good value from here.
So what’s the solution? Running the primer longer would be easy. Reassembling would obviously be lots harder but worth the effort if you’re going...
what part of Richmond? I'm heading there tomorrow for the week. Huguenot area
More tire carrier. Copied the angled latch from someone here.
Not welded yet. I need to work out a stop and the other part of the latch....
Started on the tire carrier.
That is the one I have as well. It was an easy conversion.
Notice in the Boyink build he welded the nuts to the frame. This makes it very easy...
Driver side corner went on lots quicker. A little experience pays off.
First layer of filler on driver side.
Last bit of...
And now we know where Fireball got his smarts from...
I did some fitting of the new rear crossmember.
Finally welded in PSide the corner.
Need to put in a bit of filler then start on the other side....
Careful now. You might be holding a left panel on the right side. On the panel I recently installed the tab goes to the outside. To further...
That seems like a lot of work to stop already.
Was the photo taken on Pensacola Beach?
With a log? How can anyone sleep now? :waiting:
:(Hate that feeling :(
I suppose you can have Jen push you around while you work the clutch and see how it bites.
I used pedals from a YJ with power brakes and hydraulic clutch. All works great but on a V6. I don’t think it would be any different on an F-head.
Those are pretty cheap at Quadratec.
Hard finding time for the Jeep the past couple weeks. Also hard finding Rust-OLeum Hammered Black. My Lowe’s has been out for a few months so...
I do have a HF shop press. I'll round up some hardwood and press this bumper around a bit.
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