Son of Sam
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We. Had it at the shop and tinkered with it here and there while I was working on another rig so the job seemed like it was taking a while
And more work poured in then we decided screw it lets finish.
New tires were ordered and new lighter rims
The motor was set in place and the old frame rails had to be removed. The fire wall was cut out and the engine was pushed into the cab. We wanted to move the weight back as far as we could
Posted 24 May 2013 - 07:19 AM
It didn't seem that bad until we started to try and make the everything fit while bolted together.
We lucked out and the old front drive shaft worked out. We just remove bed the flange and it bolted right to the atlas the placement of the t- case was perfect we didn't have to change he the shaft length at all. Which was cool because it uses and intermediate shaft with a pillow block. The floor was cut out to allow more room for the shaft and it gave us more droop out of the shaft than we got before
The rear shaft needed to be 2 inches extended 2"
And the flange was machined to fit the atlas
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Posted 26 May 2013 - 06:58 PM
Rigs that Clay has built, or worked on, are not allowed to compete.
Looks pretty friggin good
Posted 27 May 2013 - 06:38 PM
Heep-A-Lop (12/20/06 11:16 am) -- no sense of humour with the nazi regime........
1989 Jeep XJ Black HEEP-A-LOP
Ford HP D44 front / Ford 8.8 Rear
BIRD HOUSE BUILT IN
Bucket O' Photos
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