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my roadrunner had a yellow burn on the inside of the lens of the reverse lamp , I would use the 1073 , less heat during prolonged use
they must have used a rope seal , they never leak
I don't get it
oh , didn't know you were building a general lee , get you a bunch of plates and pipe and weld away
$5000 is cheap, a gallon of primer and activator is over $400 , paint is through the roof, and how much is your time worth
MIG, a stick on the k frame , sure , but the frame rails , I wouldn't touch them , they are thin and will crack later
you can weld the k frame all day , wont hurt a thing, it's mild steel but high strength steel can not be heated it looses its internal structure...
you would be welding to a high strength sheet metal (unibody) when you weld it will take all the hardness out along your weld leaving it very weak...
you just run a wire from the positive battery to the positive on the coil , use a screwdriver to jump the starter solenoid , it should start, to...
sounds like you have a draw , that should help you, put a test light between the positive cable the battery and if its lit you can undo things...
I would start with the bulkhead ,
oh I read that wrong
I would chase down where that fan power wire is coming from, might be shorting your ignition power
I don't mean to be negative but when your coming down a hill on the freeway and you don't have enough weight in the tow vehicle to keep the loaded...
its not the pulling they are worried about its your ability to stop the weight of both vehicles
I use one layer of 50 felt tar paper an another layer 30 then metal, the paper is what seals your roof the metal , shingle , tile is to protect...
my mom would say I brought you into this world I can take you out of it
just used my I phone on a different thread posted pic fine
He’s been car crazy ever since [ATTACH]
just measure your trim from top to 1/2 inch from the bent in part at the bottom