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Old 06-14-2012, 05:32 PM   #751 (permalink)
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Time for a Ranger cab
Ha! Cab faired fine, bedsides...not so much. I might try to fit a 3rd seat somewhere behind the cab, enclosed in tubework of course...idk yet.
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Old 06-14-2012, 09:30 PM   #752 (permalink)
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Pfffffttttttt....good as new. Tractor, sledge, and Budweiser can fix anything.

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Small gap...meh.

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Here is a pic of some of the vehicles in attendence that day.

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Old 06-15-2012, 06:25 AM   #753 (permalink)
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Is there any wheeling going on out there over the July 13th weekend, Seth? I have to be out there for a cousins wedding, could just as well bring the jeep along.....
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Old 06-15-2012, 09:38 AM   #754 (permalink)
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There might be. Nothing planned as of yet. I might still be in Vegas.
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I thought you gave up that gambling......
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Old 06-15-2012, 01:05 PM   #756 (permalink)
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I thought you gave up that gambling......
Pfffttt, pretty much have. But I can't miss the WSOP main event! It will be only the second tourney I have played this year, as opposed to hundreds in years prior.
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Pfffffttttttt....good as new. Tractor, sledge, and Budweiser can fix anything.
You need a help??
I'm talking about Budweiser.
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Old 06-15-2012, 11:19 PM   #758 (permalink)
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You need a help??
I'm talking about Budweiser.
You are welcome any time I'll have it on ice for ya
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You are welcome any time I'll have it on ice for ya
I watched almost all his work in his truck, congratulations.
'll Always be here watching the events.
Lol ... his ice keeps on solid state by a 12-hour trip by plane? loll
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Old 06-20-2012, 04:51 PM   #760 (permalink)
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I pulled the 205 so that I can mod it for front dig and triple sticks. I plan to use the two sticks that I have for the 203 range box and front output. I will then cut a hole in my floor and have a stick directly mounted to the rear ouput shift rail and it will bend up right next to my seat so that I will not even have to move my body to shift into front dig.

I used a punch to knock in the frost plug and then I knocked out the roll pin. I then stuck an allen key in it so that the fork would not drop when I pulled the shift rail.

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I then ground the shift rail down with a flap wheel.

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I pulled the pto cover and retrieved my roll pin and frost plug. I then reinstalled everything. I checked through all the shift options and took a few pics of some of them.

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Here is front dig low.

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I took pictures of all the other positions but I won't bore you with them unless requested. Everything works and it is not possible to put the rear in low and front in high or vise versa.
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[QUOTE=AllGoNoShow;14470482]Pfffffttttttt....good as new. Tractor, sledge, and Budweiser can fix anything.

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Small gap...meh.

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bondo will fix that no prob
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Old 07-28-2012, 11:33 PM   #762 (permalink)
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I just read through 3/4 of this build thread and you have done some awesome stuff with this rig. You have definitely given me some good ideas for my truck. I like your home made tank trap. If you ever end up at Hollister let me know it's a 1 1/2 hrs from my house. Keep it up, you have my vote for TTC.
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Old 07-29-2012, 10:29 PM   #763 (permalink)
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I just read through 3/4 of this build thread and you have done some awesome stuff with this rig. You have definitely given me some good ideas for my truck. I like your home made tank trap. If you ever end up at Hollister let me know it's a 1 1/2 hrs from my house. Keep it up, you have my vote for TTC.
Hey thanks alot man! I should have some more updates soon....
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Old 08-01-2012, 01:24 PM   #764 (permalink)
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I pulled the radiator the other day and gave it a good washing, I was pretty suprised at how much more dirt/gravel I was able to clean out with the radiator removed from the truck. I had previously cleaned it out with it in the truck but apparently did not get it near as clean as I had thought. I also found out that the 160 degree thermostat will just keep circulating the coolant (stay open). So I took the radiator out to get it flushed and cleaned. I am going to go back to a 180 degree tstat and see if it will stay cool. If not, I will buy an aluminum radiator. I will be ordering a triple stick cable shifter for the doubler soon. I am also kicking around the idea of adding a 3rd seat, and the accompanying cage work to house a 3rd seat.
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Ftoy version of an F350! Great idea. As for tripple sticks, I used ORDs on a Jeds adapter. Took me a while to get all the rods at the right lengths but they have been working great for years.
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Ftoy version of an F350! Great idea. As for tripple sticks, I used ORDs on a Jeds adapter. Took me a while to get all the rods at the right lengths but they have been working great for years.
I have not ordered them yet. Did you have any issues with the shifting linkage interfering with your trans shifter cable?
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Old 08-01-2012, 05:53 PM   #767 (permalink)
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Ftoy version of an F350! Great idea. As for tripple sticks, I used ORDs on a Jeds adapter. Took me a while to get all the rods at the right lengths but they have been working great for years.
I have not ordered them yet. Did you have any issues with the shifting linkage interfering with your trans shifter cable?

Edit: I have an art carr shifter and the cable is really stiff. I was just thinking that the shifters would interfere at some point with the trans cable shifter. Not to mention the guy at ORD that I talked to was not very helpful at all answering my questions about it...I would like to use traditional shifters if possible...
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Old 08-01-2012, 06:31 PM   #768 (permalink)
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needs airshifters

seriously, if you can, build your own shifters. place them where and how you want
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My shifter cable interferes with my triple sticks, I ended up runnin the cable through the shifters been workin fine so far. I can find some pics if you want.
Do you want cable shift or linkage?
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My shifter cable interferes with my triple sticks, I ended up runnin the cable through the shifters been workin fine so far. I can find some pics if you want.
Do you want cable shift or linkage?
I would prefer linkage, but I figured the cable shifters would work better for clearance purposes. Some pics of your set up would be very helpful.
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seriously, if you can, build your own shifters. place them where and how you want
I could, but right now, I have more money than time...and I want to go wheeling.
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I could, but right now, I have more money than time...and I want to go wheeling.
http://northwestfab.3dcartstores.com...Kit_p_202.html

if it were mine... jes' sayin
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A few pics of the Black Hills, my Wife and I. Oh the truck might be in there too.

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that run was from almost last year....... you need to get out more often!

And your wife really does deserve a prettier truck
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Old 08-02-2012, 09:59 AM   #775 (permalink)
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that run was from almost last year....... you need to get out more often!

And your wife really does deserve a prettier truck
Ha, that ain't the only thing more she deserves. I hope to get up there and have you guys show me Hal Johns soon.
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