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Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by dumprat, May 31, 2015.

  1. 35flatty
    Joined: Dec 25, 2006
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    how did you know that those gears would swap and fit, and your new stuff from your 2015 jeep ????? thanks mikey
     
  2. 35flatty
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    would love to see this jig if possible, thank you God Bless
     
  3. dumprat
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    Nerd bar could be fun too. All the geeky girls ya could ever want!
     
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  4. dumprat
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    35flatty. Dana axles are very easy to build. The design is as old as a banjo axle but with fewer problems. The spline counts change but the basic dimensions of the diff don't.

    I may look for some 30 spline F100 axles in the future and swap the lightly used Trak-lok limited slip from my 2005 jeep into the rear. The F100 axle uses 19 spline.
     
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  5. 35flatty
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    thank you didnt know still learning everyday, God Bless
     
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  6. dumprat
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    Got the grill as straight as I can. It is in the molasses bath to derust it before primer.
    image.jpeg
     
  7. 64krusty
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    whats this stuff.....fess up....
     

    Attached Files:

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  8. 64krusty
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    oh ya, grill looks great
     
  9. dumprat
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    Anna's new flower pots?
     
  10. Just got caught up. I was so far behind, I figured yourd have it finished. ;)

    Still, some great progress.
    Should be a runner by your Summer. :D
     
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  11. dumprat
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    Pick and file work is a pain in the ass.
     
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  12. waxhead
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    Grill turned out nice
     
  13. dumprat
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    Ya not the insert I made but way nicer shape and it has all the 34 shiny bits too!
     
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  15. ss34coupe
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    Nice work on the grill!
     
  16. MBog
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  17. Looking good Matt.
     
  18. dumprat
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  19. dumprat
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    image.jpeg Started hacking apart the box today. It was crudely cut off at some point and was full of bondo, over staright sheet metal and the odd hole.... image.jpeg
     
  20. dumprat
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    image.jpeg Nice manageable pieces, ready for the blaster
     
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  21. duncan
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    Thats a good start. Should make a solid box Matt.
     
  22. dumprat
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    Beat, hammer, trim, clamp, tack, repeat!
     
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  23. dumprat
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  24. dumprat
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    One side ready to blast

    image.jpeg
     
  25. WP38
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    May I ask what this bench seat was out off looks great would like to locate one , Thanks
     
  26. dumprat
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    Looks to either a fabricated aftermarket seat or a something cut down and rebuilt, a lot!
     
  27. tinmann
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    Matt, excellent progress on your truck. Is it just me or does Krusty's new avitar picture looks awfully familiar?
     
  28. Lots of fun for you, enjoy. MW
     
  29. 64krusty
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    hey Tinmann, somethings different about it now
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  30. dumprat
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    Got a tailgate yesterday. $50! Managed to get it straight(ish) and ready for some weld repairs sometime this week hopefully.

    image.jpeg
     
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