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Old 05-24-2008, 08:46 PM   #226 (permalink)
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is that at ride height? Looks like the angle on the panhard bar is pretty steep
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Old 05-24-2008, 08:56 PM   #227 (permalink)
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no, not only is there no winch or bumper on right now, but I also have the C/O's set about 6" higher than they will be so it is easier to work under, as well as to help with front driveshaft full droop mocking.
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hey, i work 40 hours, went and looked for scrap for two days after work, then went to the bar the other two days. ill send them out tuesday
oh, and ill take a #6
get your ass up here so we can go wheeling! juks gave me a free 14 bolt so were doing boyscout tomorrow and scouting redridge. garage is completly cleaned out for your 9 foot abomination.
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no, not only is there no winch or bumper on right now, but I also have the C/O's set about 6" higher than they will be so it is easier to work under, as well as to help with front driveshaft full droop mocking.
how do you have them set six inches higher? the stopper looksonly maybe a couple inches from the end of its threads...
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how do you have them set six inches higher? the stopper looksonly maybe a couple inches from the end of its threads...
about 6" means 63"

Awe, c'mon, I've seen much worse track bar angles.
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Awe, c'mon, I've seen much worse track bar angles.
So I thought the track bar angle is not a huge factor with the hydro, I'm I right or wrong?
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So I thought the track bar angle is not a huge factor with the hydro, I'm I right or wrong?
not with full hydro, but this is hydro assit, there still a drag link back there, however because the drag link and track bar are VERY simmilar lengths and angles, I would be surprised if there is any noticeable bumpsteer.
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More work on the doubler. What a pain.

Got the rear shifting rigged up. Machined new pins, machined the 205 for seals to fit under the covers. Still have to fab shift linkage, but you get the idea. I also had to plug up the front output shift pin seal location with a freeze plug.


Also added fill/drain plug for 1356 and rigged up a solution for the shift bell crank moving all over. Rather than re bushing the crank, I cut out a piece of 1/4" Al plate to fit in.








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Fabrimicated up some mounts for a P pump with astro can on it to mount where the original alternator mounted. TIGHT between box and motor. Still got to rig up a tensioner.







Auxillary t-case mount installed and T-case/range box bolted in.



I have to shorten the rear shaft still, 1330CV from front of a 460 88 F3.
This is a full drop of the shaft. At ride height it's still steep, but this ain't no X-country cruiser anyway.

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basic belt routing plan


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Been working on scout slowly as school has started and weather is gettin chilli. Built custom shorty fender exits from a set of full length headman hedders. pics later.
Fittin radiator.
(yes, repost i know, but the other thread saves a searcher the trouble of looking through 10 pages of nothing about a scout that still isn't done)
Widened each side of the radiator hole by 5" so that i could put an 80's ford truck 2-core in there, or whatever I choose. With this method I have to move the frame side body mounts out the same 5", and up 3" because of the body lift. Building plates that weld to the original and go up to do this, later.

On the passenger side I just cut a 5" Z cut out of the inner fender, lots of work. This way works MUCH better.

start by burning or cutting out stock spot welds, and removing the bolt. This lets the core mount separate.




Slit the top of the core mount so that can bend in so that it clears the bolt hole for the upper radiator mount cross piece. It also has to be bent in to clear the cross piece

tack it with the wire speed on 10 because you smaked it when you turned the welder on.


Measure from the flange surface back how much you want to widen, in my case 5", then cut it there with a chop saw. Then test fit.




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Is that a rear facing pitman arm? Is that thing going to turn the correct direction when you turn the wheel?
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Is that a rear facing pitman arm? Is that thing going to turn the correct direction when you turn the wheel?
O no, I never though of that

It's a stock pitman arm turned 180*

The steering arms on the axle are also behind the axle so yes, it works fine.
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The steering arms on the axle are also behind the axle so yes, it works fine.
Good point.
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Progress, albeit small, is better than discussion of d&c. got the fenders in and tacked the mount spacers. Made the lower radiator mounts and tacked one in. Uppers will be bolts welded to the support. only one class tomorrow and the weather looks like it's gonna be nice, hope I work on this thing.




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Laborc, gotta ask, what are you majoring in? I'm envious of your build, as well as your spare time. I haven't even had time to pull the door panel off the BMW and put the window back on track Mech Engr is fawkin owning me, and it's only the first semester
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Laborc, gotta ask, what are you majoring in? I'm envious of your build, as well as your spare time. I haven't even had time to pull the door panel off the BMW and put the window back on track Mech Engr is fawkin owning me, and it's only the first semester
I'm on my 2nd semester of my junior year at Michigan tech, co-op'd at mercury marine for a semester.I'm a ME as well. Even without a job, I don't have much spare time either. weekends, sometimes after school if it works out. Stick with it and do the best you can and it will start making sense. Schools tough, I would go crazy if I didn't have a few scouts, a boat, dirt bikes, and a snowmobile. I do allot better with coursework if I study hard, as well as play hard, not try to compromise. I've tried studying all the time and I get inefficient with my time spent and I don't learn as much and don't get the grades I want. As well as the time spent still sucks.
(Finals week still sucks, you study hard and don't play for the week leading up to it as well. Spend time in the library with your friends.)
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I'm on my 2nd semester of my junior year at Michigan tech, co-op'd at mercury marine for a semester.I'm a ME as well. Even without a job, I don't have much spare time either. weekends, sometimes after school if it works out. Stick with it and do the best you can and it will start making sense. Schools tough, I would go crazy if I didn't have a few scouts, a boat, dirt bikes, and a snowmobile. I do allot better with coursework if I study hard, as well as play hard, not try to compromise. I've tried studying all the time and I get inefficient with my time spent and I don't learn as much and don't get the grades I want. As well as the time spent still sucks.
(Finals week still sucks, you study hard and don't play for the week leading up to it as well. Spend time in the library with your friends.)
Thanks for the tips, I have never been the studying type, so I'm still trying to adjust there. In HS I was able to saw fawk studying and go wrench instead, then pull out an 85+on the test. No more, and nowhere to wrench but a dirt parking lot

It's funny how many people I'm finding out are in ME as well. I've been between mech and civil, mech is being leaned to more and more with learning how broad the area you can get into is.

I'm going to try to get into my machine shop safety class here, then after I pass that I can use it whenever I want Hoping it's not full by the time I get to enroll
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Looks like you had nearly as much room between the water pump pulley and the fan as I did!

Looks good, keep it up.
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I've got alot more now. I notched the upper radiator cross piece so that the rad tilts forward more, closer to straight up and down. I've still got to finish welding in bracing to support what I removed though. I wrecked foot and knoww riding my dirt bike tuesday night and have been only on my feet enough to go to classes. Maye I can work more this weekend if we don't get too much snow.
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Those mounts wouldn't fit my summit radiator. Are you talking about using those mounts on the 80's style like i have in there now and trimming the stock mounting tabs off? not too sure about that.

Or are you suggesting using a down flow that used those mounts?

regardless, I like how this drops in and is secure but isolated.
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Old 11-13-2008, 09:36 PM   #250 (permalink)
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It has come a long freakin' way though - now just finish it and get it to a scale to see how much it weighs!
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