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Old 05-09-2007, 03:19 AM   #76 (permalink)
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Sorry if I missed it but how big is this tank?

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Old 06-01-2007, 10:29 PM   #77 (permalink)
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I saw you have a rear full floater with custom axles and drive flanges. Does the gear oil populate the full floater hub or is their a seal race. How do you prevent the axle from walking in or out
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Old 07-09-2007, 01:39 PM   #78 (permalink)
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there is a seal. The design of the axle shaft onto the fj80 drive flange prevents the axle from going out. There is a clip on the outside of the drive flange to prevent it from going in. Sorry it has taken so long to answer, been busier than a one legged man in an arse woopin contest.
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Old 07-09-2007, 01:44 PM   #79 (permalink)
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I've now got the mods done to convert the early style brake/clutch assembly to use the later model removable assembly. This will give more pedal throw for the brakes. I'll get some pics up my next day off.

Now I need some help.....

I am wanting to use a gas cap/filler neck that is sealed to prevent all my gas from leaking out side hill. Additionally, I don't want it to stick out past the body (cap included.) Does anyone here know what year it became a sealed cap/filler. I have a solid quarter panel and can cut it to fit most anything at this point.
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Old 07-12-2007, 03:07 PM   #80 (permalink)
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Here are some pics of the brake/clutch pedal assembly swap.

My next day off work isn't until mid next week, but then I plan on getting at least the frame done on the tube fenders.
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Looks nice Eric keep up the good work, its nice to see build pic's of the little things that take all the time.

You'll be in Moab next spring,
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Old 07-21-2007, 11:45 AM   #83 (permalink)
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Got the fenders all done and bolted up. I spent a ton of time working on the passenger side apron first, only to find out when I started on the driver side, the fender had been bashed to hell and bondo'd. It was missing that rise about 6 inches before the front part of the apron. Oh well, it was practice for the drivers side. I'm picking up a new apron today and at least I already have the templet made.

We raised it even more that it was intended and added more plate for support for the main support tube. Then finished it off by notching some tube and running it to the end of the plate. My welds didn't turn out to nice, really windy. Oh well, they will me covered with mud soon enough.

Here's some pics...
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oops, didn't let me put the pics in, lets try again...
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and yet more, Have I said I really like these??
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Old 07-21-2007, 01:39 PM   #87 (permalink)
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Looks great, Eric. Nice having access to all those clamps, eh?
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Those are all mine. I love ebay sometimes! I'll get picks of the otherside today. Eric
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Here are some pics of the passenger side
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here are some of the fuel filler
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fenders came out SWEET...

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Thanks. The kits no longer come with the welting in them. But I found a great souce of trims and weltings. I got 50' for $20ish. Plan on building another set for Cruzila.

Here's the site: http://www.trimco.info/


I'll post some more pics of the finished fuel filler set up. I screwed up and cut too much off the 90' bend piece. That was a $30 oops for nothing. Oh well, I'll fix it on Sunday.

Manny, I'm not sure which set is the fronts for your springs. I have one pack with 6 and the other with 7 leaves. I think it is the one with 7, but I'm not sure. I go back home Sunday and can bring them to Albany on Thursday. PM me if you know which ones you need and if Thursday will work. I can also leave them here at the firehouse for you, if Thursday doesn't work. PM me at let me know.
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Old 08-02-2007, 01:44 PM   #94 (permalink)
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Back to the front page with you........now what are you doing , Eric?

Btw , I gots dibs on your old skool Armstrong rollers when you're done

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Those are Kelly Safaris, Josh. I, however, have a set of Tru-tracs on custom white spokes that are yours for the hauling. They're probably older than you!
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here are some more of the filler neck. I have since moved the fill vent to go over the main filler to keep it from holding gas and loosing the vent, but I forgot to a new pic.
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one more of the filler neck from the other side and a few pics of the bull bar. We tied the tube fenders to the bull bar and you can seperate them via an ID Tube clamp. In the last pic, you can see the allen head. The ones for this are different from the ones I'm going to use for my seat brackets, these only had 1 allen head and they don't have locking tabs like the ones that will be going on the seat bracket. Figured it would be easier to put those darn fenders on down the road.
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here are pics of the front bumper. We sleved the bolt holes to bolt on the the frame with G-8 1/2" bolts. The shackle tabs go through the bumper and are welded on both sides. They are 3/4" material with 7/8" shackle pin holes. I also plan to use this as a back up method for flat towing it home. The winch plate will be welded to the top of the bumper with round tubing from the back of the plate to the bottom of the bumper. Just cut the 1/2" channel to make it with, I'll start on that my next days off (Sunday.)
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a few more of the front bumper. To deal with the top most rearward bolt for the power steering box, we drilled and sleeved the bull bar to allow a longer G-8 bolt to go through the bull bar and still have a flat mating surface. The last pic shows this to some extent. That's all the pics till I get to go home again.

Work is really getting in the way of getting this thing done!!!!
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Excellent work Cruiser is turning out really nice.
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