No fear..... it started with just looking for a good place to tie in the harness, but then when I think of the overall lift and such, maybe I like the added rigidity of the cab structure. Ultimately IDK what the heck the trucks intended purpose... but it definately isn't rockcrawling as that is not the type of truck I would build for such activity, been there!Is the cage for fear of rolling on the street,or are you gonna rock crawl it?
were did you get the throttle cable from? and whats the part #?I got my throttle cable in and some pieces to put together the throttle linkage...
I got this from one from....were did you get the throttle cable from? and whats the part #?
I am putting a 5.9 in a GMC top kick
The water/air setup is stand alone... I have a radiator/heat exchanger that can be mounted in the bed along with electric fans and Bosch water pump. The specs on the water to air IC are very atractive!I would go with the second choice. That spot seems less likely to interfere with everything else.
Either way hot/cold pipe routing is going to be interesting. I look forward to your solution.
Are you going to run a separate cooler in front of the radiator for it?
Ya... it wasn't pretty!You put a line lock on the fronts? You must have way more patience than I. I lost my mind just bending one new brake line.
yes. yes, i know this to be true.I've come to the conclusion that fabing/bending brake lines suck!
If it wasn't for the line lock and the soon to come adjustable proportioning valve for the rear... then not too bad, but all that runing in and out of the cab is :thumbdownbending brake lines isnt bad. i ran all new brake lines on a bagged '53 DeSoto. i dont think its that bad at all.
Yes.... stainless!yes. yes, i know this to be true.
did you use stainless? i just re-tubed the deuce with stainless....... :gaah
i should've said flaring... flaring stainless blows. :swearbending brake lines isnt bad. i ran all new brake lines on a bagged '53 DeSoto. i dont think its that bad at all.
not with a hydraulic flaring tooli should've said flaring... flaring stainless blows. :swear