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Old 02-22-2004, 06:51 AM   #201 (permalink)
 
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HERE,S TO YOU .............KEEP IT COMING
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That's is some awesome stuff! I am 20 and wish I had the skill/ambition you do!

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HMMM..... What new news? I don't wanna wait any longer, the crazy Alaskan guys got me hooked, project merkwurdig is one of the coolest things I've ever read here!
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my hell we ought to sell knee pads and chapstick to this thread... if you can wade through all the ass kissing posts its good stuff grant, but you sure have attracted a bad element to the IH forum
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Old 03-01-2004, 04:34 PM   #206 (permalink)
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This is the most regularly posted to thread here now....and it is mostly crap. Interesting since there are no other quality posts....but still this is crap.

Its like our own little retarded variety show that won't go away.
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Old 03-01-2004, 05:11 PM   #207 (permalink)
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Feel the love! :P

I agree with the last two IH guys.

If you really feel that what I do is special, then get out and read a book.

And if you really can't resist saying "dude" on one line and ending the post, then wait til the second after I update it.

Last time I checked big tires, rockwells, and little trucks wasn't special.
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Old 03-01-2004, 07:22 PM   #208 (permalink)
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Big tires, custom beadlocks, rockwells, a broke ass scout.... None of that's special.

It's the fact that a quite young college kid made it all in the basement of his house!
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This is the most regularly posted to thread here now....and it is mostly crap. Interesting since there are no other quality posts....but still this is crap.

Its like our own little retarded variety show that won't go away.
Get the fawk over yourself Like there is ever anything posted in the fucking scout section anyway. asshat. The shit you post is just chock-full of tech also...
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I do love the comments, really, I'm just trying to keep the peace.

No suspension pictures yet, but extremely close to it.

Do I need a 350LB tcase?



Might be cheaper than 3 flange yokes for the 200.

Should have just bought the M35 and put big tires on that. Could have saved time and money.

Thats a 205 in the picture above.


Portabe bender took a leak. The quick disconnect hoses let out a little bit every time they are unplugged.


1310 scout stock front shaft and a heavy duty 1610 from an M35.


I wasn't kidding brook. This defines attention to detail. But it looks like the eyes are too far apart. Oh well, it still looks fine. :P
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Old 03-02-2004, 01:55 AM   #211 (permalink)
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These things don't look big anymore to me. Especially with a 52 mounted on them.


I wonder if there is a horriblly expensive spindle nut socket for this thing. Oh well...


Take hub apart.

Not ready to show pictures of the suspension yet.


16 inner ring quarters, 16 middle ring quarters, two lower coil supports, two frame side radius arm brackets, one pan hard axle bracket, and a complete set of rockwell brackets (one of them will be modified).


The rockwell brackets are about 6 months old. I cleaned all the tack welds off of them from the van project.
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Old 03-02-2004, 01:56 AM   #212 (permalink)
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Hi guys!


Quick trace from pipe wrap (made with winmiter) and a quick touchup with grinder.


Betchya want to know what's going on here!


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Two spindle nuts, a retainer, and a winch end yoke cost me $25.
3 drive shafts, one 1610 set and two 1410 sets cost me $50 each.

I let gary know that I was going to retube the shafts anyway and only needed good condition cores. So I bought broken shafts rather than full shafts. I did get a cool little one for the D20 to NP200 link.


This one has two 1610s and two flange yokes. Its a pretty neat unit, all one piece. Its not a slip and standard yoke put together with welds. I think it has .5-1" of slip.

Brook wondered about spares...since the 1610 joints are $75+ each. I'll just buy a few more shafts for that price.

Wait. A 3L slant 4 from IH needing a 1610 spare joint? Hua?
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Old 03-02-2004, 01:57 AM   #213 (permalink)
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Looks like the drive shaft end yoke for my winch has more beef than the old scout driveshaft. :ha: Winch end yoke on the right.


Top to bottom.
Scout front shaft with winch end yoke.
Little shaft for doubler
1610 shaft for the rear axle. Nothing more gheto than a shaft made with two slip yokes Might call up and get another 1610 tube yoke.
Spare parts
1410 shaft for the front

Its not like I planned on having 1610s. It just happened.
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Old 03-02-2004, 02:16 AM   #214 (permalink)
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So maybe all these 1610s are really 1510s? I don't care. And hey, someone voted my golden stars down.

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Old 03-02-2004, 01:44 PM   #215 (permalink)
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These things don't look big anymore to me. Especially with a 52 mounted on them.
well if those dont look big, everything else must look tee tiny.

they need a warning label on 52" tires and rockwell's

"Over exposure to items may skew your concept of size!"

or maybe its just all that cold air
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Get the fawk over yourself Like there is ever anything posted in the fucking scout section anyway. asshat. The shit you post is just chock-full of tech also...

Jack-off much internet boy?
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While you're doing that...stare at this.



Nice...this is only after wire wheeling.
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Soooo you're running a Dana 20 to a NP200 to Rockwells? Ya think that 20 is gonna hold up?
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The 20 being in front of a 200 in low and behind a 198 IH slant 4???

I'm getting a big school bus from a truck yard for free.

Step #1: Cut the back 12 feet long ~4 feet high off and save it for a cool camper top for the M35. (yeah!)

Step #2: Strip all the stuff off and put a pintle hitch/tongue on the thing for instant triler action!

Man...I just called the guy to confirm that he was going to be there at 4PM to hand him the money. He knew this since sunday night that wednesday was the day. I even called him last night to confirm that he was going to be there but no answer.

"I sold it last night to another guy" Hua???? I guess he thought he was doing me a favor since I mentioned that I was going to take the top off and possibly load my scout into the back. So he told me I could buy a different one for $400 less.

The only problem is that I'm not sure I want another one because I knew everything about this one. I don't want a naturally aspirated diesel, I want the LDT-465-1D engine.

He said the cab on this one is better. Oh well, I'm driving out there thursday night to make sure this "better" one is actually "better".



I'm getting the school bus on friday and have no M35 to pull it with.

Below is the one I was planning on driving home saturday morning:

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I was just thinking of those 53's. It's only a $35 Dana 20 so nothing to worry about. Forgot to mention I bought a HT 1250 for $2k. Still need to wire up the control box for my table before I can start making my own orange smoke.
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This is the best thread I have read in a while. I'll be checking in for progress often. Keep those pics comming. Grant, You'd fit in just fine around here. lol
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this thread rocks, you are my hero, can i have your babies?
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My digital camera finally died (I think?). So I can't update the thread until I get 1 hour of DV footage of the build up. I think I've got 30 minutes so far. 30 to go.

6,901 pictures...fairly good service life.
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I was just going to ask if there were any updates and now I find out I gotta wait more??? Oh well, its for a good reason... video!


:edit: maybe a mod will delete all the crap and leave the tech?

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