It’s getting closer, but still a lot to do.
Still need to attach and plumb the oil reservoir, figure out the idler arm and how to engage...
3b in the mist yesterday
Yeah, super hot isn’t normal unless WOT. Timing, or too lean of a mixture will do this.
The rear fenders… the idea of using front fenders on the rear sounds cool on paper, but wow, it sure doesn’t work IRL.
Version 2.0 is tacked together.
Yeah, I needed to step outside for a minute.
I manhandled the pieces into the shop, and I got the 4” spacers heavily tacked in place after fighting every single one of them to get the rails...
Asking what design you should go with is like asking us what your favorite meal is. :) Go with the one you like; you’re the one who’ll be living...
Pretty much. :n:
That’s what the other Jeep's for. :sneak:
The ole’ girl is officially hibernating. :cry:
Yes? I guess? I’m not sure what you’re asking. I’m still in less than half of the cheapest sawmill on the market that uses a ladder as a track...
So this is 420# of 12” channel. I couldn’t find an I-beam that would work, so I’ll dice this up and make it happen.
I ripped it twice...
I hope so. I’m planning on running a manually applied idler. It’ll allow me to have a clutch of sorts, as well as wrap the belts greater than 180°...
I’m waiting for the torrential rain/snow to slow down so I can go out and strip the rails off the mill and take them to the yard to see what kind...
The hardest part of using these pieces to make a horizontal cut will be fitting a chain sprocket to the differential’s output. It’s a 23 spline...
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