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What have you done to your square lately??

Discussion in 'Garage' started by Old77, Jul 11, 2012.

  1. DoubleDingo

    DoubleDingo Drain The Swamp, Completely

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    I did get his number, only because he asked if I wanted it. I think he wants the truck for his son that was walking with him. I would rather give it to my nephew than sell it to a stranger.
     
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    Goldie Driver Full Access Member

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    Forgot to take a pic, but ...

    Jump started the work forklift with her. :D
     
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    bucket Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Tonight I replaced the brake/hazard fuse in my '78 Suburban. And I also wonder how long I've been driving around without brake lights. Nobody rear ended me, so that's a plus.
     
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    Went out for a cruise last weekend about an hour northwest of Atlanta and we came home with a older camper top and 2 clean doors for the 73. Gonna paint it, rewire the lights all around the side, and have a buddy who’s an amazing painter/pinstripe artist touch up the filigree on the bubble windows

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  5. Vbb199

    Vbb199 B-rate Hillbilly Customs

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    FINALLY got my 700r4 done. Got it all together, lastly checked endplay, it was a fucking .100" ..... jesus christ

    I tore it all the way back down to see if a torrington bearing was missing.... nothing.... then after scratching my head i realized i left the front planetary sungear out. :rolleyes:


    Got it all back together, endplay is .022. Im good with that.

    It'll go in the truck soon. :33:

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    waterpirate Supporting Member Supporting Member

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    I sailed right through my emissions re check. YEA!!!!
     
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    PBblaster, hammerhead zipgun, patience, and a little luck you’ll be all good. Weld nut to stud instead of an ‘EZ out’.
     
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    Powerhouse Ranch 3G Connoisseur Supporting Member

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    that sounds epic as hell guy
     
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    Stopped by one of my loggers shop. Used his torch to heat it up cherry red and they all backed right out. IMG_20210120_125256464.jpg
     
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    :happy175: good thing you checked the endplay after assembly! I still need to pull down and clean my 4L80E... I'm holding off until I get the space cleared out from the engine parts so I don't misplace any important trans parts. Hopefully I can keep everything close enough together that I don't misplace anything important during re-assembly.
     
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    I just pulled engine and trans.
     
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    Vbb199 B-rate Hillbilly Customs

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    Meh it happens, like a stoner, i was very meticulously analyzing every little detail, all to see the input drum had splines on it, but those splines didnt attach to anything inside the trans.


    I then remembered i moved the sungear "out of my way" earlier
     
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    LOL - pulled in the warehouse and fumed the guys in the office as I left her running. :p


    Narrow alleyway & relatively narrow overhead door makes for some back and forth action to get in w/o bodywork ...
     
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    Goldie Driver Full Access Member

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    Looks cramped - good job getting to 'em !! :p
     

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