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Looking really good!!
I replaced a speedo (SW Wings Electric) with no change-problem was it needed new pulse adaptor on tranny that converted the...
I'd go black to match axle.
I'm a boomer from 1946, I could easily fit into that tanker at 5'3" and 135 or so lbs, Were do I go for drivers meeting?
Nice, did you catch the squirrel in act of stashing "nuts" lol
I like the stone guard. I run one on the oft as I drive on dirt/gravel roads at times. Helps with the rocks thrown up by other vehicles.
Those fuel lines are supper clean!!
Coming along nicely!
Thanks for posting. Would have drove the old funky truck over if I knew sooner (just moved back to Idaho Falls couple weeks ago).
Clean looking straps! I like your lists, some of the line items have more than one step-:)
Not fun for sure!, take short break as you get with supplier of reducer to hash things out. Then well you already know, start over. Been following...
Sorry to hear of your loss! I too only have one son and can't imagine the pain you are going thru at this time. May the Lord Bless.
That is some nice work ,and showing how, on making up a custom fuel tank!!
The entire package is out of the park!! Great looking!!!
Boy-O- Boy, things are getting exciting aren't they!! Looks real good!!
It's a 1930 Ford AA frame, 29 Ford body (original to frame). GM Corp 14 bolt cab and chassis rear, 32 Ford fat beam front axle modified (offset...
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Paul, your craftmanship is always a treat to see!
Perhaps roll matching stiffening beads in it after making it larger? (I agree with @dumprat in that it needs to be larger).
Nice looking work. Looks like a full summer worth!
I have been impressed with your skills for years! Figured it was about time to post some of my admiration. Keep up the progress and pictures....
^^^^^ Me too
Fantastic job on your stitch work, best in getting into the 12's
I have been following this also. I want too add bear claw latches to my 29 AA. Keep up the good work and keep us updated
^^^^^^thanks for the link Paul!!!
Thanks for the update!! They released most folks here in Idaho. Still have social distancing and stuff however. It was cold today and snowed for...
Hard to see, however I cut and turned F1 shock mount per the Tardel/Bishop book, took model A headlight bar to go across top....
Looking real Good!!
I like it!!!
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OFT was low to ground (7" at running board) before built to haul larger 5th wheel. First picture shows air ride bag's...
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