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Old 10-18-2001, 09:37 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Do we have any Scout guys hanging in the background? Become a newbie, and doesn't hurt that long. <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0"> <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0"> <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0">
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Not really hangin in the background, just kickin it here at the Colorado School of mInes doing homework for most of my day, track practice for another good part, and a shit load of Tony Hawk Pro Skater 2. And of course working and wheelin my '66 800. I just get on or reply to every topic on here every time I get onto PBB.
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I don't know if he's been in here but I was on the Gen4x4 area and saw a guy called Scoutaholic......
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Old 10-18-2001, 11:23 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Yeah I guess I kinda hang in the background. My Scout's not that wild so thats why I dont have alot to say. But I have swapped Holley Projection onto my 345 so if anyone has any problems with something like that I can help. I wheel at Tellico and some other places in east Tennessee/ west NC. My project of the week is swapping out my TF727 for a close T19. Having trouble getting a clutch alignment tool, but thinking about trying to put it in without it.
Anyway, just letting my presence known,
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<STRONG>Having trouble getting a clutch alignment tool, but thinking about trying to put it in without it.
Anyway, just letting my presence known,
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I have two - the first one was wrong. :-)

However, in the past, on a Chevy Luv, I just used a ratchet handle to get it lined up properly.

First time I got it right, but when I had to pull it again, I had to re-align the clutch a few times to get it right.

I prefer the alignment tool when dealing with a T19! The less I have to move it the better.

At least with the Luv 4spd I could man handle it into place.. the T19 requires the hoist and/or a tranny jack. <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0">
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<STRONG>Having trouble getting a clutch alignment tool, but thinking about trying to put it in without it.
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I usually just eyeball center the clutch on the bearing...then again I am usually changing the engine so it is easier to position than a tranny on a floor jack.
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Old 10-18-2001, 12:21 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Since we are doing introductions of vehicles:

Trail rig - '75 Scout, 345, auto (low gearset), 3.54 open, 33x9.50 MT's, Triangle front, SOA rear.

Puller/Racer - '76 Scout, 304, semi-manual auto, j**P 300, 4.88, detroit rear, EZlocker front, BIG PS cooler, BIGGER tranny cooler.

Daily driver - '71 800B, half cab, 304, BW auto, non-tapered 44 rear, 30 front, 3.31, powerlock rear.

Tow rig - '74 200 4x4, 392, 5 speed, 3.73, powerlock rear.
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where in e. tenn are you mkeown? I am usually in knoxville over the summer. I have been to tellico, wind rock and royal blue.
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Makkat,

That's a nice little collection you have there...any pics:question
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I don't have any other than the '75 at the moment. Tom posted a couple of pics of me on Holy Cross a couple years back under my "axles and tires" post.

I will try to get some pics this weekend and post them.

This should be one of my wife in the racer.
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<STRONG>I don't have any other than the '75 at the moment. Tom posted a couple of pics of me on Holy Cross a couple years back under my "axles and tires" post.

I will try to get some pics this weekend and post them.
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Here's Mark's trail rig, "Eyore" at the top of TinCup Pass. L-R, Aubrey Cavender's Scout II, Eyore, Tigger, Ken & Juniper Farmer's '80 SII.



Can you tell who has cooling problems? <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0">



And his pickup (only the nice side, Mark.)




Hmmm.. I have too many pics of Mark's toys. <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0">

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Old 10-18-2001, 03:15 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Well I'm more of a jeep guy but I sometimes hurk here cus my dads got 4 or 5 scouts rusting in his yard and I've been thinking about building on up as a custom mud truck. So I like reading the daily topic, very informative.
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Old 10-18-2001, 06:47 PM   #13 (permalink)
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<STRONG>Here's Mark's trail rig, "Eyore" at the top of TinCup Pass. L-R, Aubrey Cavender's Scout II, Eyore, Tigger, Ken & Juniper Farmer's '80 SII.



Can you tell who has cooling problems? <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0">



[ 10-18-2001: Message edited by: tsm1mt ]</STRONG>
Seems like every time somebody gives me a picture mine out on the trail, the hood is up...........................................

and I even installed the snazzy looking trailer house A/C vents on the hood to let some of that hot air escape <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0">
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Scoutman, I am in Chattanooga.
I'm getting a clutch alignment tool from Doug Scott tomorrow.
Anyway, Heres the stats on my rig.
1979 IH Scout II, SSII grill and door inserts, EFI 345, T19 close, 3:73 Dana 44s front and rear, LockRite rear. 4" Triangle Springs with 32" BFG MT's
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Ok you convinced me I sinned up for the firing squad <IMG SRC="smilies/thefinger.gif" border="0">

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Yeah... just been hangin' and soakin' it all up for a while now. <IMG SRC="smilies/tongue.gif" border="0">
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Hello,

I have a 72 ScoutII.
Features"

392ci/Stans headers/flowmasters/hand formed
spiral type up and over from
collector-mufflers pipe over frame rail and
outside under floorboards.
727 with low gears
44's w/lockrites/4.56's
disc frt...both axles w/semi-metallic linings
dana300
Warn front axles
large ps cooler,huge w/thermostatic fan trans
cooler,several oil coolers.
Modified cooling system. Can run all day
in desert at whatever thermostat I put in.
140 and up.
4 row IH Loadstar radiator.
35 Dunlop MT's
Gauges for everything
Hydroboost brakes. Can lock up tires at 60mph.
4" Skyjacker soft ride...love them!
2.5" aluminum body lift
33 gal tank...lifted up 3" into frame
9K winch ...can be located frt/rear in field
Dual optima batteries
18"/19" frt/rear travel
tubbed rear wheelwells
trick read...unsuspecting narrowed stock rear seat...heh..heh..heh
MSD 6A and coil..8mm wires
cb w/200wt linear (hidden) amp
1" extra lift hand made shackles boxed

Next ScoutII:

d60/14bolt(shaved 4"..1/4"shaved ring gear)/4.56/detroits/13" rear discs
496ci Mopar/727/203/205..mild 500ftlbs/3krpm
Nascar type body/frame w/dzus glass panels
44"Boggers/15"x10...2"bckspg/8lug
Spring over no lift/ no tire rubbing chassis
F450 4piston calipers all the way around.
Double hydroboosts seperate frt/rr
Center-undercab Foers Design mounted winch.
Heim spring eyes. Frt/Rr drop shackle 8" cantilevered arms.
and a bunch of other "hidden" goodies.
OH...and a fourwheeling ( even rolling)
dog named Bear.
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Old 10-18-2001, 11:57 PM   #18 (permalink)
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Well I been hanging out on the Zuki board for about 6 mo. got a samurai that I have been wheeling for about 3 years with a ton of mods. then back in June I decided that I needed a scout thanks to my best friend "Hayraker". I dont know weather to hug his neck or kick his ass. anyway I have just about got all my parts gathered up to start the build-up on my 78 traveler that I picked up on Ebay. My plans include:

SOA front with full size axles.
4 link coil over rear
Dana 70 rear with 5.13's & detroit locker (got it)
Dana 60 Front with detroit. (need it)
got everything else I need might run a full width 44 till then I got one yesterday
Rockwell divorced T-Case to run behind the Dana 20 in a dual Tcase config also got a NP205 I can use, like the rockwell better.
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Fully hydraulic steering or AGR superbox high-steer havent decided yet got the stuff to do either
bob it from the rear fenderwells back.
PTO winch in rear. Pierce 10K winch front.
39.5 x 18 Boggers or 42" TSL's havent decided.
Dual batteries and beer coolers thats for sure.
on board air and welder.

Little lift as possible out comes the sawzall.
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Been lurking. ScoutII, lifted, currently working or trying to switch to fullsize axles. Cant seem to find answer as to what brake line to use in the rear for my D60FF to matchup to my ScoutII brake line. Ive looked but maybe not hardnuff. Anybody know which line & where to get it? The D60 is actually off a 77ford f250. Also I would like disc brakes w/ebrake for it so need that info too. <IMG SRC="smilies/bounce2.gif" border="0">
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<STRONG>Hello,

I have a 72 ScoutII.
Features"

392ci/Stans headers/flowmasters/hand formed
spiral type up and over from
collector-mufflers pipe over frame rail and
outside under floorboards.
727 with low gears
44's w/lockrites/4.56's
disc frt...both axles w/semi-metallic linings
dana300
Warn front axles
large ps cooler,huge w/thermostatic fan trans
cooler,several oil coolers.
Modified cooling system. Can run all day
in desert at whatever thermostat I put in.
140 and up.
4 row IH Loadstar radiator.
35 Dunlop MT's
Gauges for everything
Hydroboost brakes. Can lock up tires at 60mph.
4" Skyjacker soft ride...love them!
2.5" aluminum body lift
33 gal tank...lifted up 3" into frame
9K winch ...can be located frt/rear in field
Dual optima batteries
18"/19" frt/rear travel
tubbed rear wheelwells
trick read...unsuspecting narrowed stock rear seat...heh..heh..heh
MSD 6A and coil..8mm wires
cb w/200wt linear (hidden) amp
1" extra lift hand made shackles boxed
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Welcome Newbie, where is the bolt count in your list, break it out be OEM and new bolts. <IMG SRC="smilies/thefinger.gif" border="0">

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Welcome all Newbies

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<STRONG>Ok you convinced me I sinned up for the firing squad <IMG SRC="smilies/thefinger.gif" border="0">

Chef yelling allot</STRONG>
Welcome newbie, now fix you sig pic it's 4x the limit!
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HERE it's fixed.
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To all you newbies: <IMG SRC="smilies/thefinger.gif" border="0"> <IMG SRC="smilies/thefinger.gif" border="0"> <IMG SRC="smilies/thefinger.gif" border="0">

And to all you virgins....thanks for NOTHING!
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Doug Scott is a cool dude. I had the opportunity to wheel with him in Tellico. Good guy, and does great work, he did a bunch of work on my buddy's Scout II.
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