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Hardest thing, most stressful thing. Working around fresh paint.
Weld Mount is in acrylic adhesive mounting system with a wide variety of very cool fasteners. We use it on the boats when we cannot drill into a bulkhead, fuel tank, or hull sides to mount or fasten equipment and wires. I used it to mount a few fan relays and headlight door operator To keep the engine bay clean of fasteners. Very cool stuff, easy to use an extremely strong! Thanks Pat http://weldmountsystems.com/ free image url image sharing common american girl first names
That's a cool fastener I'm sure a few of us can find use for - thanks for sharing! Hawk
Sir. Thanks for sharing that. That is the bees knees right there.
Amazing work as always, Pat! Apologies if I missed it but could you show how you routed your forward wiring loom under the fender?
I apologize if you already stated, but what are those black mounting clamps/blocks used for the stainless lines? Particularly the one below the relays and the ones in the most recent pic.
The black plastic line mounts are from Stauff they have a lot of cool line mounts and clamps, see link below. The stainless steel line clamps I found on Amazon. I have used both singles and doubles clamps for brake, fuel, A/C, and power steering lines I hope this helps! Thanks Pat https://shop.stauffusa.com/index.php?route=product/product&path=2062_2066&product_id=267759 https://www.amazon.com/Helix-11101-...eywords=3/8+line+clamps&qid=1578430960&sr=8-5
I will post a few pic tonight! Thanks Pat
Thanks Pat. What about that mounting block that the stainless line clamps are fastened to?
Daniel, That is a piece of 1/2” black (starboard) plastic that I cut to fit the factory indent in the core support. I think that indent is where one of the battery support bracket sits. Thanks Pat
I drilled a 7/8” hole in the firewall just outboard of the pedals which is in the corner of the inner fender well that is partially hidden by the US car tool support. Not pictured is a small radius that I cut into the part of the fender that meets the core support. The last picture shows the covers I made to protect all the hydraulic lines as well as the wires. Thanks Pat betta tank kit
I was wondering how you were gonna cover up all that up nice!!
Pat, you are kinda blowing my mind here. I went back through the thread and forgot you filled in the hole for the electrical bulkhead connector. When you have a chance would you mind grabbing a pic of where you have the bulkhead connector mounted? Thanks!
I have it mounted just inside the car right where it would have gone through the firewall. The engine side of the harness is going through a split grommet just above the transmission centered on the firewall. And the headlight harness is outside of the fender well. I’ll post a picture of the mount as well as the center firewall grommet when I get back in town next week. Thank you Pat
Here are some pictures of the bracket I made to hold the bulkhead wiring harness. The bracket is only a few inches away from where it would have passed through the firewall. The other half of the harness is connected to the dash and I have yet to install it. Hope that helps. Thanks Pat what button am i pressing multiple pic upload[/
This is awesome, I may just give it a shot myself. Thanks again!
Wow Pat! I haven't checked in for a few weeks. You'r moving right along and doing a great job (as always).
With the battery being relocated to the trunk and needing a few direct to battery power connections I made a breaker/switchbox to be located in the trunk. The 12”x 9” box holds a remote battery disconnect and starter solenoid. It also has a series of breakers for the alternator line, dash power, subwoofer, fuel pump, fuel injection, and a few other low amperage items. I still have a few details to work out, then disassemble the box and paint it black along with labels for the breakers before I install it. Thanks Pat multi photo hosting
Nice set up with the battery switch good for 1450Amps for 30seconds and by the looks wiring will be heavy enough so very little voltage drop
Pat What a Awesome Charger Your Work is the Best! I have never written anything on a forum before so I'm not sure if I'm doing this right! I have a 69 Charger RT and I'm doing the mini tubs and RMS suspension I'm going to stay wit 15 inch wheels and I was wondering if you could tell me the specs of your wheels width, offset and so on Would really appreciate it! Thank You and a again Awesome Charger one of a Kind!