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#770451 - Wed Aug 10 2011 08:09 PM Re: Project XJ-PU V12 [Re: GrandpasTruck]
moff1959 Offline
Wrench Fetcher
Registered: Mon Jul 11 2011 08:53 PM
Posts: 181
Loc: Richmond Virginia
The radiator choice will be critical electric fan or fans is a must I will be keeping the jag rear cage bolted direct to the frame same with the front suspension, one thing I am looking forward to is the wiring the XJS was a complex car and pre can-bus so there is a million miles of wiring in the vehicle this caused a few issues to say the least, I will be simplifying wiring and vacuum systems still a lot to figure out but that keeps it interesting.
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1940 Chevrolet 3/4-Ton
"Project XJ-PU-V12"
In the Stovebolt Gallery
More pix on Flickr

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#771438 - Sun Aug 14 2011 08:42 AM Re: Project XJ-PU V12 [Re: moff1959]
moff1959 Offline
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Registered: Mon Jul 11 2011 08:53 PM
Posts: 181
Loc: Richmond Virginia
Just started to get a handle on this flickr photo site here goes,

http://www.flickr.com/photos/moff1959/sets/72157627429556918/
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1940 Chevrolet 3/4-Ton
"Project XJ-PU-V12"
In the Stovebolt Gallery
More pix on Flickr

In business, words are words, explanations are explanations, promises are promises, but only performance is the true reality.
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#771624 - Sun Aug 14 2011 07:17 PM Re: Project XJ-PU V12 [Re: moff1959]
jockbolter50 Offline
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Registered: Mon Mar 10 2008 05:55 PM
Posts: 4742
Loc: Scotland
Flickr link works for me moff....Looks like you're making good headway with the truck.


Edited by jockbolter50 (Sun Aug 14 2011 07:19 PM)
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I've definately got this truck thing in my blood ... my DNA sequence has torque settings

"Of all the small nations of this earth,perhaps only the ancient Greeks surpass the Scots in their contribution to mankind" Winston Churchill.

1950 Chevy Advance Design 3100 in Scotland
In the Stovebolt Gallery
More pix on Flickr .
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#772275 - Tue Aug 16 2011 09:52 PM Re: Project XJ-PU V12 [Re: jockbolter50]
GrandpasTruck Offline
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Registered: Wed Dec 01 2010 02:05 PM
Posts: 327
Loc: California
Looks like it will be one fun little pick up. Pictures look good.
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#773569 - Sun Aug 21 2011 07:59 AM Re: Project XJ-PU V12 [Re: GrandpasTruck]
moff1959 Offline
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Registered: Mon Jul 11 2011 08:53 PM
Posts: 181
Loc: Richmond Virginia
I overhauled the Dana differential yesterday looking at the internals its heavy duty and bullet proof made in the USA, cleaned lubricated and new seals its ready to be assembled to make up the Jaguar IRS (independent rear suspension). Inboard rear brakes next I have decided to leave out the rear cage and make a cross member for the diff to mount to you get to see all that engineering Jaguar techs developed and it just gives it a better look.
posted a few extra pics of the differential

http://www.flickr.com/photos/moff1959/sets/72157627429556918/
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1940 Chevrolet 3/4-Ton
"Project XJ-PU-V12"
In the Stovebolt Gallery
More pix on Flickr

In business, words are words, explanations are explanations, promises are promises, but only performance is the true reality.
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#774213 - Tue Aug 23 2011 08:17 AM Re: Project XJ-PU V12 [Re: moff1959]
Stuart_Giles Offline
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Registered: Mon Nov 14 2005 12:00 PM
Posts: 241
Loc: Kent, United Kingdom
Thanks for the great photos. That looks to be a really interesting project.

BTW, the Dana manufactured differential unit that you have is quite rare on a Jaguar, most had the UK manufactured Salisbury diff which had 10 splines on the pinion, rather than your 26 spline setup.

Best of luck with the project.
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#774455 - Tue Aug 23 2011 07:31 PM Re: Project XJ-PU V12 [Re: Stuart_Giles]
moff1959 Offline
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Registered: Mon Jul 11 2011 08:53 PM
Posts: 181
Loc: Richmond Virginia
Thanks Stuart, hey nice job on the truck by the way!

cheers Paul
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1940 Chevrolet 3/4-Ton
"Project XJ-PU-V12"
In the Stovebolt Gallery
More pix on Flickr

In business, words are words, explanations are explanations, promises are promises, but only performance is the true reality.
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#774512 - Tue Aug 23 2011 10:08 PM Re: Project XJ-PU V12 [Re: moff1959]
jockbolter50 Offline
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Registered: Mon Mar 10 2008 05:55 PM
Posts: 4742
Loc: Scotland
Hey Paul(Moff) looks like your truck's caught the attention of 'us' Brits! wink

BTW. I hope the quake hasn't caused too much chaos where you are....


Edited by jockbolter50 (Tue Aug 23 2011 10:11 PM)
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I've definately got this truck thing in my blood ... my DNA sequence has torque settings

"Of all the small nations of this earth,perhaps only the ancient Greeks surpass the Scots in their contribution to mankind" Winston Churchill.

1950 Chevy Advance Design 3100 in Scotland
In the Stovebolt Gallery
More pix on Flickr .
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#774747 - Wed Aug 24 2011 06:16 PM Re: Project XJ-PU V12 [Re: jockbolter50]
moff1959 Offline
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Registered: Mon Jul 11 2011 08:53 PM
Posts: 181
Loc: Richmond Virginia
Hey john I am a Manchester lad originally, I was working under an XK140 when it nearly rocked off the lift the light fittings were swaying back and forth so I legged it outside the lamp post were swinging around strange feeling but all is well here no major injuries or damage
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1940 Chevrolet 3/4-Ton
"Project XJ-PU-V12"
In the Stovebolt Gallery
More pix on Flickr

In business, words are words, explanations are explanations, promises are promises, but only performance is the true reality.
Top
#774762 - Wed Aug 24 2011 07:44 PM Re: Project XJ-PU V12 [Re: moff1959]
jockbolter50 Offline
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Registered: Mon Mar 10 2008 05:55 PM
Posts: 4742
Loc: Scotland
I assume judging by your reply you're a Jaguar technician then,that explains a lot!
Sounds scary!

My wife's best friend stays in Newport News,she's a Scots lass and had never experienced a quake,so between that and tornado warnings,she's a nervous wreck!
There was a tornado touched down near Va. Beach when we were there last year.
I've never seen thunderstorms and rain like it.....spectacular!

The problem is she was told to listen for a sound like a freight train coming,problem is she stays about a 1/4 mile from the train tracks!


Edited by jockbolter50 (Thu Aug 25 2011 02:52 AM)
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I've definately got this truck thing in my blood ... my DNA sequence has torque settings

"Of all the small nations of this earth,perhaps only the ancient Greeks surpass the Scots in their contribution to mankind" Winston Churchill.

1950 Chevy Advance Design 3100 in Scotland
In the Stovebolt Gallery
More pix on Flickr .
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