Assembly lube?Love the Scout. Out of curiosity, what assembly lube did you use on the cam and lifters, sorry if I missed it above.
924 Retainer 741 double 924 @ 1.90 = 112 924 @ 1.85 = 229 924 @ 1.80 = 247 924 @ 1.40 = 285 924 @ 1.30 = 320 924 @ 1.25 = 337 924 @ 1.20 = 355 936 Retainer 741 single 936 @ 1.90 = 110 936 @ 1.85 = 165 936 @ 1.80 = 182 936 @ 1.40 = 312 936 @ 1.25 = 360 930 Retainer 741 double 930 @ 1.90 = 153 930 @ 1.85 = 171 930 @ 1.80 = 180 930 @ 1.40 = 330 930 @ 1.25 = 383 910 single spring 910 @ 1.90 = 72 910 @ 1.85 = 92 910 @ 1.40 = 279 910 @ 1.35 = 323
I'm too cheap to sell.Frustrating as hell, but it will be worth it in the end. Throw a bed sheet over it... just don't sell!
That's my problem. I always sell when I'm frustrated and sick of looking at a project with small problems in the final hours.
Looks nice anyway!
Whew, I had to double check - being 15" off the ground will still be lower than the 20" I need to comply with.(1) A person may not move, or permit to be moved, a vehicle, except a motorcycle, quadricycle, motor-driven cycle, or farm tractor, as defined in this title, upon the public highways without having first equipped the rearmost wheels or set of wheels of the vehicle with fenders, splash aprons, or flaps. The fenders, splash aprons, or flaps must be designed, constructed, and attached to the vehicle in a manner that arrests and deflects dirt, mud, water, rocks, and other substances that may be picked up by the rear wheels of the vehicle and thrown into the air, as follows:
(a) If the vehicle is equipped with fenders, the fenders must extend in full width from a point above and forward of the center of the tire or tires over and to the rear of the tires.
(b) If the vehicle is equipped with splash aprons or flaps, the splash aprons or flaps must extend downward in full width from a point not lower than halfway between the center of the tire or tires and the top of the tire or tires and to the rear of the tires.
(c) If the vehicle is in excess of 8,000 pounds gross vehicle weight or rating, the fenders, splash aprons, or flaps must extend downward to a point that is not more than 10 inches above the surface of the highway when the vehicle is empty.
(d) If the vehicle is 8,000 pounds or less gross vehicle weight or rating, the fenders, splash aprons, or flaps must extend downward to a point that is not more than 20 inches above the surface of the highway when the vehicle is empty.
(2) Fenders, splash aprons, or flaps, as used in subsection (1), must be constructed as follows:
(a) when measured on the cross-sections of the tread of the wheel or on the combined cross-sections of the treads of multiple wheels, the fender, splash apron, or flap extends at least to each side of the width of the tire or of the combined width of the multiple tires; and
(b) the fender, splash apron, or flap is capable at all times of arresting and deflecting dirt, mud, water, or other substance that may be picked up and carried by the wheel or wheels.
(3) This section does not apply to street rod vehicles; motor vehicles not originally equipped with fenders, splash aprons, or flaps; or motor vehicles for which fenders, splash aprons, or flaps were not required by federal law or regulation at the time of manufacture.
(4) For purposes of 61-9-430 and this section, "street rod" means a vehicle manufactured before 1949 that has been modified in body style or design.
No, I haven't touched it. I didn't think it would be "that" bad - I went from Dana 44s and 36s, to a 14-bolt and 38s.Did you shave the lip off the bottom yet? No need for a 13 bolt shave, just cut off tbe bottom lip and and grind the cover smooth to match.
I'd think you'd want two latches, one on each side (inner/outer), or if just one latch centered in the rear, rather than just one side.I also test fit the new seat mount.
I'm still noodling on how to latch the seat.
Would pinning one side be sufficient in anyone's opinion, or are both sides required?
I've been assuming both are required.
The Hi-Lift pins may just not work out - they may be too short, and too hard to extend - though drilling/grinding the flat face threading would help.
I want to mount a spring-loaded pin of some sort to the pivoting seat base, and wire the left and right pins together with cable, with a pivot in there somewhere, such that you have a single arm you pull, which draws the two pins "together" (pulling them towards the center of the seat) to disengage. Then tilt.
If ONE side would do the job, you could just put a single pin on the outside and slide it in/out as needed.
Harder to do with two pins.