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Old 02-23-2019, 05:22 PM   #51 (permalink)
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harbor freight has one for 99$

one of the most used tools in my shop
Any you will save $99 in blades
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Any you will save $99 in blades
i like it so much i just bought the fancy milwaukee cordless version
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Old 02-24-2019, 12:07 AM   #54 (permalink)
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Those are exactly what I'm using. They sell them at home depot they have a "trial offer" package with two 9" ones for $15. I'm still on the first blade and it hasn't worn at all yet. Goes through 1/4" steel like butter....but this chunk pictured below took an hour

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from the title of the thread.. I just assumed I wouldnt like it..

HOWEVER.. I really like the thread after all..
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Old 02-24-2019, 04:45 AM   #56 (permalink)
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Those are exactly what I'm using. They sell them at home depot they have a "trial offer" package with two 9" ones for $15. I'm still on the first blade and it hasn't worn at all yet. Goes through 1/4" steel like butter....but this chunk pictured below took an hour



I had the same luck with the sawzaw as you. I switched to benchmark cut off wheel's and never looked back.

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I had the same luck with the sawzaw as you. I switched to benchmark cut off wheel's and never looked back.

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Yea the rest of the trimming will be with cut off wheels but these big chunks on this axle had to be sawzall
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Big boy cut off will make short work of those. I got a 7" HF one I only use for big stuff but it cuts fast.
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Old 03-04-2019, 09:10 PM   #59 (permalink)
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Parts incoming!!

Pulled this 6.0 from a 2001 2500HD truck. It was sort of running. They did some goofy things to it like add a throttle body spacer so it basically has all kinds of vacuum leaks lol. 250,000 miles, just a little freshen up and it'll be ready for 6500rpm rev limiter all day lmao



I also scored a surprisingly what I think is a good TH400 for $250. Guy said it was from a motorhome with 53k on it. I tend to believe him on this the fluid in it looks mint. for that price I'm gonna bolt it up and see what happens.

I have the 4L80E but it's just a boat anchor to me as higher stall converters for them are ridiculous and adapting the 4wd 4L80E to my np205 is impossible so I'm going to just sell it...I'll probably come out ahead on that deal.

I ordered a set of 42" pit bull rockers. Not the best tires I know but the whole plan here is to slap this thing together and get it going then I can upgrade things.


I'm still waiting on my 1.25" heim joints. USPS lost the package a month ago and I have been trying to get the seller to refund me or whatever but he's saying he's sending another set out.

Ordered a truss for the Dana 60 and high steer arms
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I bought my 3000 stall 4L80E converter from Jake's Performance with their special at $500. Not cheap but best deal around for them. Would highly recommend them. It's a budget converter but it weighs half as much as the 60lb factory 80e converters. I also put in a Transgo HD2 shift kit and would highly recommend that as well.
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Old 03-06-2019, 08:35 PM   #61 (permalink)
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I started digging into my 6.0 LQ4 250,000 mile engine. I heard it run briefly and nothing was knocking it sounded fine. Upon draining the oil all kinds of debris came out. I'm still not sure if it was metal shavings or organic matter. The engine was covered in rat shit. It sat without an intake also but even then I'm not sure how rats would get inside to the point the pan is filled with rats nest debris. But I can't find any evidence of damage to create metal shavings yet neither.

One rod bearing i pulled off looked a little iffy but still not metal shaving territory. If i still don't find any evidence of catastrophic damage I'm going to throw a new set of rod bearings at it, head gaskets and other general freshen up shit and send it but if anyone has any opinions on something I could be missing at this point let me know



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Old 03-07-2019, 02:59 AM   #62 (permalink)
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Great work and following this post. The pipe your using will last and stand up to anything you do to it. I've used an order tons of it over the yrs for work. No matter what you used for pipe their will be that one person who will fine fault in it. Bottom line if you feel comfortable in it then don't worry about what others have to say. Great job and keep the pics coming.
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Old 03-09-2019, 10:45 PM   #63 (permalink)
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Well I got the 6.0 Torn down and it's better than I expected. Judging by all the debris in the oil I figured something had to be bad but it turns out it was probably all from the rats nest.



The cam bearings are fine. Rod bearings are ok but I will replace them. It's gonna get new rings, a quick hone, rod bearings, ls9 cam, timing set, new lifters chromoly push rods, ls6 valve springs and ls1 oil pan and windage tray.....and about 10 cans of brake kleen



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holy shit your shop looks about like I would think it would based on the title of this thread

get a damn broom man!
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Old 03-21-2019, 01:42 PM   #65 (permalink)
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Who did you source the motor from. I need a pair of 14b shafts.
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The engine is back together with a new massive cam (summit racing SUM-8708). New Rod bearings, New rings and ghetto hone job. PAC racing valve springs and other general freshen up stuff.




Just mocking things up now figuring out where to go from here






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I been trying to locate some 1 1/4 grade b pipe in my area and the only place I can find it is oneal steel and their price is 10 dollars a foot which I don't understand. Their price on 1 3/4 Dom is 6 dollars..I'm wanting to build a internal cage in a 4runner and I already have a jd squared bender with a 1 1/4 die. U think grade A will be ok?

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What is the price for grade b in your area ?

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it's like $2 a foot
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Some progress happening....

Front axle truss






High steer arms:



Rear axle truss. It's not the prettiest but it will work




added some plate to it as well



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The next post here it should be linked and sitting on the axles

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I been trying to locate some 1 1/4 grade b pipe in my area and the only place I can find it is oneal steel and their price is 10 dollars a foot which I don't understand. Their price on 1 3/4 Dom is 6 dollars..I'm wanting to build a internal cage in a 4runner and I already have a jd squared bender with a 1 1/4 die. U think grade A will be ok?

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No, it's barely good enough for handrails and sprinkler systems, this is the shit pipe at home Depot that people think all pipe is.
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I been trying to locate some 1 1/4 grade b pipe in my area and the only place I can find it is oneal steel and their price is 10 dollars a foot which I don't understand. Their price on 1 3/4 Dom is 6 dollars..I'm wanting to build a internal cage in a 4runner and I already have a jd squared bender with a 1 1/4 die. U think grade A will be ok?

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No, it's barely good enough for handrails and sprinkler systems, this is the shit pipe at home Depot that people think all pipe is.

Right. I would have to advise against using grade A for much of anything after comparing them and other tubes. Unfortunately there is a bit of it in my chassis but not critical pieces. All my uprights and bars where tabs are getting welded to are grade b at the very least. The grade A is just a very soft mild steel alloy. It's still mild steel but it is definitely soft stuff. My grade b is spec'd as 1024 mild steel
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The buggy is basically linked now. have to put it together and it will be a roller

















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those last couple pictures of welds look significantly better than the earlier pictures. What did you change?

edit: the threaded joint into the link end looks good, if the weld on the link mount is concave, then it would be a good idea to build it up with another couple passes to get the profile to flat from toe to toe. overall though, rather improved from the earlier cold and out of place welds
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not sure if it was already mentioned but those skid plates are gonna fill with mud and water, cut some decent sized drain holes in them

i know from experience
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