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Winter is Coming
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WINTERIZING YOUR TRUCK
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BC59, Gord&Fran, WE b OLD
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by BIG CHEVY 3600
BIG CHEVY 3600
Amazing! My son home from A&M and my son in law home from Iraq helped me and we got a ton done. We finished most of the wiring, just waiting on fenders for lights, hanging the split looms and hooking up the senders. Under the dash we have power to radio and heater/air power lines waiting for those accessories. We also drilled and hooked up the door poppers for the interior lights. thumbs_up

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by archburycontrol
archburycontrol
Fabricated a bracket to securely attach my stock modified PCV crankcase breather tube to my 1959 235 motor block.
Plug welded the bracket to the breather tube.
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by sstock
sstock
Last three days of quarantine, been out in the shop working on the 64 GMC.
Got rid of all the rotten wood in the bed, which was every piece, disassembled the bed sides and front panel. Removed the third member and rear suspension off the frame-making it bare. Then cleaning degreasing and undercoating the frame rails. Next the Dana 44 gets a new pinion seal and rear cover gasket, painted , new spring and shackle bushings and shocks. Purchased a new carrier bearing and ujoints with fresh brakes it will go back together to a roller again next week. Started knocking out the dents on the front panel, and filling the dents in the tail gate too.
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by klhansen
klhansen
Another productive day.
Got the floor patch partially welded in place and started fitting the floor/foot panel patch. Unlike the passenger side, I cut out the floor itself and left the tranny cover support in place. The idea was to keep things lined up. There were line-up holes in that that I had transferred to the floor/foot panel patch, so used a couple of bolts in those to line things up and hold things in place. I left the dimmer switch hole in the patch panel as I trimmed it out, so I dug out a socket that fit the hole and used that to line things up. That seemed to work pretty well.
Here's some pics.
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