- Installed new 4 post Moroso shutoff switch ( Moroso 74108 Moroso Battery Disconnect Switches | Summit Racing
) to accommodate new 1 wire 100A alternator. If anyone needs or wants a 2 connector Moroso shutoff switch in great condition, the first one to claim it can have for free.
- My brake lines are a visual mess, I can't accept my own work (sad isn't it?). I will be doing aesthetic rework until I can not be embarrassed by my own work. As a result, I invested in a S.U.R.&R. PN# PFT409 flaring tool for on the car rework: SUR&R » PFT409
to not put material to waste and try to salvage what I can. This tool will satisfy my needs probably until I pass from this mortal coil. I also bought the 37* dies to go with it. I don't need two tools, so I will be selling my Eastwood pro flaring tool with both 45* & 37* (AN and JIC) dies - this tool worked great but I want an on car tool. The Eastwood uses a vice mount for off car use and is great for fabricators: Eastwood Pro Brake Tubing Flaring Tool with 45 and 37 Degree Die Set
- Terminated and ran the 1/0 battery power cable and #6AWG 100A alternator cable to the engine compartment. It looks like **** IMO so I'm trying to make it look right and technically correct.
- All the old race car wiring is out of the car, what a mess. In the process of rewiring.
Edit: Just so folks know, neither the Eastwood or S.U.R.&R. PN# PFT409 flaring tools will work with stainless; SS is just too hard and will damage the dies. I tried the Eastwood on SS when I got it and wrecked the 3/16 turret, I have a replacement (easily changed out) on order.