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Old 09-01-2018, 09:16 PM   #136
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Wheel wells, floors, body mounts, windshield frame, anywhere where mud and forest litter can be spun up by the tires and trapped in a non-sealed crev-ass behind any of the wheels, the side-saddle fuel tank wells.
Scout 80 bugaboos...about the same as any other vintage vehicle that has most likely not been well maintained in the past decade or more and has also been subject to all sorts of unspeakable PO molestations. ELECTRICAL & FUEL SYSTEM GREMLINS. But, you've dealt with all that shit before, so its just another routine day at the office for you.
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Old 09-04-2018, 11:17 AM   #137
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So I be formulating a cheat sheet/shopping list for parts, got to thermostat and found out aparently theres 160, 180 and 195 degree? Wich witch is wich? I imagine some perform better in different climates? Maybe different setups?
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Old 09-04-2018, 11:41 AM   #138
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I've always been partial to the 195 setpoint. 180 isn't bad. I don't really see much use for the 160 with these engines.
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Old 09-04-2018, 11:45 AM   #139
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Ok. I guess ill just aim for the middle at 180. Just because its been so dadgum hot
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Old 09-07-2018, 01:26 PM   #140
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Here Scoutboy, this will make you happy I think
Cant have any more jokes on account of my tiny air filter.
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Old 09-07-2018, 01:29 PM   #141
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Also get ready for some IHPA goodies!
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Old 09-07-2018, 07:08 PM   #142
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That's a big'n
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Old 09-07-2018, 08:04 PM   #143
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In other news, I may have found a possible solution to my impossible column/wheel problem. While staring/drooling at a pile of airfilter housings taller than me, (6' even), I tripped over a scout 800 column. First thing that caught my eyes after they stopped rattling around in my head was the 2 spoke wheel like my trucks original, next was the fact that it was a ragjoint type upper half, and lastly the other end of my new wirings signal plug. At a bare minimum, atleast I can get the original 2 spoke wheel. Maybe even get lucky with that 4 spoke I have. New rad is in the mail, that along with the heater/new firewall pad will be the next project. Also, a factory optioned tierod skid plate that IHPA just happened to have lying around, with the horizontal shock thingy. Next up after that will be some gaskets and suspension work. On a side note, anybody know a good thread regarding the 304 under boost of some kind? My machinist friend gave me a cool idea to try a 60s era mcchullock or paxton centrifugal supercharger at maybe 4-5psi bleeding edge max. I happen to have a 60s Mcchullock chainsaw that weighs around 180lbs and sounds like a harley, figure what better accessory for a tractor ehh?
*feels stupid for referencing 5-10psi as a "small" amount of boost.
Also.... I see a scout in the far and distant future....
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Old 09-08-2018, 03:32 PM   #144
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Where has this service manual been all my life? Ive confirmed most of my upgrades as 69-71 parts (included in my manual ) I can now service EVERYTHING BWAHAHAHAAA!!!! Honestly this has made me like this truck even more, I now veiw it as better than stock but still "factory original," sure I know its got D line stuff on but its close enough for me. what I've found so far: FA-25, RA-16, power steering gear(forgot what code), and I now know a ton more about the rest of it. Well worth the purchase!
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Old 09-11-2018, 12:14 PM   #145
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Okaaaaay, Ive done all the research my puny brain can handle, Ive already skimmed through my new manual and marked sectoins acording to whats needed for my rig, so now to my question: has anybody done a wheel swap on a scout 800 for the older 4 spoke wheel? Ive decided either way as long as overall length checks out to be close between the truck upper column and a scout 800 upper column, Im going to change it out. If you happen to know the length of the upper column from a scout 800 I would apreciate the info. I have a column in mind that I spotted at IHPA, Im just trying to determine if I need to scrape some extra $ together for the stock 2 spoke wheel thats attached to it. If the 4 spoke fits Im over the rainbow! Also more to come soon, the new radiator will be here tomorrow so stay tuned for more greasy mayhem!
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Old 09-12-2018, 07:22 AM   #146
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Awlrighty, the next job(s) begins! And I've just realized I forgot to buy a new Tstat. Oh well, hopefully that massive box of gaskets I bought has 2 gaskets for me to atleast check it. Since I will be installing the new radiator I want to completely flush out the old coolant so my question there is will it all drain with the bottom hose unhooked or does it sit in "pockets" within the engine? Also, the coolant capacity of a scout 2?(I think it will be similar, the only diference should be the heater core) I may try and swing by to grab another tstat at napa since I will hopefully do hoses as well, I beleive I also will have to cut/angle/reweld the upper hose on this rad because of my body lift as well as fab new brackets. Also on the adgenda is fixing ALOT of PO bandaids/butchery I've discovered via axle tech on my front axle in addition to everything else I was going to take apart with the rad. Anyways, wish me luck boys, I'm going in!
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Old 09-12-2018, 09:25 AM   #147
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Well, I just found something weird. See pics. Looks like a filler neck mount patched off on my passenger side fender??? Wouldnt be weird if it was on the other side like for dual tanks... Idk....
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Old 09-12-2018, 09:41 AM   #148
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Old 09-12-2018, 10:33 AM   #149
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Ewww. That is some nazdee lukin koolint. There will be some coolant and plenty of shmootz lingering inside the block. There are square head drain plugs on either side of the block, but they are generally rusted in super tight. The best way to get the hoogy and spoogy flushed out of the block is to punch out the freeze plugs, and force highly pressurized streams of water through from every possible angle, along with chucking a strategically bent coat hanger into power drill to ream the innards out in medieval fashion. The engine needs to be out of the truck for this. You can drive new freeze plugs into an installed engine, but you'll drive yourself positively bat shit crazy in the process.
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Old 09-12-2018, 10:45 AM   #150
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Ohhhhhhkaaaaaaaahahahahaaaaay.... This is the last f@kin straw. I had the freeze plugs replaced, ALL of them, they seriously missed 2 of them and they couldnt even use new coolant? I want my $1500 back, since Ive had to fix almost everything else thats been done. Also is THIS formerly a drain plug(pass side)? Please say no.
How would I go about fixing this if it is what I think it is?(jbweld)
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