Come on over and join the dark side!:evil:Awesome. :evil: You're almost making me wish I had built a crawler instead of a dual purpose rig. Almost.
Thanks HOS. The bumper dildo will be cut off soon enough. Waiting for another person to help take the bumper off so I can cut it, put longer battery leads on the winch and repaint it all.Cut that fucking bumper dildo off of the end and stretch that bitch out!
Looks good. Good to see the progress on all of these jack stand rigs.
Thanks Mechanos! I've already made the appointment with the doc!Ummm.... there's a huge piece of tube sticking out of your ass. You might want to get that looked at.
If you decide you want/need a speedometer, a 90* speedo adpater might help? Corvette Parts and Accessories - 1953-82 Corvette Speedometer and Tachometer Cable Adapter - Corvette Specialty (951-272-8648)So laying up under the Scout Im not seeing too much room for an exhaust pipe so I'm trying to get as much stuff out of the way. One of those things is my speedo cable. So after some thought Ive decided to remove it. I figure I'm going to be crawling so why do I need to know how fast I'm going.
Next question was, is how do I keep the VSS for the computer working. Well I already had the adapter for the np 205 to my speedo cable. So I ended up just needin to cap and plug the VSS adapter. Ended up finding a plastic cap that fit and then used some silicone to seal it.
Where did you get that VSS for the 205?
FWIW I don't have a speedo either, I have a gps
Dakota Digital has some options for VSS about half the cost of Jags that run, only about $30-40I got the VSS from a place called "Jags that Run". It wasn't cheap by any means. But for the research I did at the time, it was all that I could find to solve the issue with the computer and the VSS with my 205.
Thanks. There's only one way to find out. I'm sure I'll hit it from time to time. I'll also place a skid plate on it as well to counter that. Like I said earlier, have to take the good with the bad. If I built it any less rearward, my 42" tire would be where my tailgate would be if I decide to place one. Any higher and the tire would be a really high center of gravity on the Scout. Well see what happens...Looks good though think think your going to drag your ass a lot
Thanks for the info. Wish I would have spent that much on my adapter, owell.If you decide you want/need a speedometer, a 90* speedo adpater might help? Corvette Parts and Accessories - 1953-82 Corvette Speedometer and Tachometer Cable Adapter - Corvette Specialty (951-272-8648)
Dakota Digital has some options for VSS about half the cost of Jags that run, only about $30-40
Speedometer 8K Pulse Generator
Good to see the Scout out in it's natural habitat :grinpimp:I also installed a HF special ATV winch on the rear portion of my roll cage to assist with lifting the spare tire up and down. What a great investment! I tried lifting it once and my back was tweaked for a week. Now I just push a button and watch
Here are some pics of my rider and the fun we had!