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Old 11-13-2018, 07:22 PM   #181
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Old 11-14-2018, 06:11 PM   #182
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Anybody have a favorite analog/mechanical water temp gauge? Im going to do the setup with the threaded T splice in the heater hose and have been looking around at different gauge heads and hate them all because they match neither whats in the dash now or the other gauges I want to add. This may be where my cdo....(*strains) OCD... Has to die anyways, I read through another thread on a round body and cant remember where it was, but whoever it belonged to had this link:
http://www.umainstruments.com
I found several I like for addons, but all their water temp gauges use that fancy ectricaltricity voodoo magic.
On another note, coming soon: t-case overhaul kit. Coming sooner, the luckiest find ever, a NOS Ranco H16 heater valve in the box for a REDICULOUSLY GOOD price!
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Old 11-16-2018, 03:57 PM   #183
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The new heater valve. Ranco H-16, in the box NOS. I never looked into it, but I did see when researching, a link to a cross ref for this part via jetair #. I thought it was for home hvac, lol. Ill look into it.




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Old 11-25-2018, 05:23 PM   #184
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Onto the big fix: I uncovered the top plate for the first time, looks like a T98, or a t18, but considering the trucks matching engine and likely original t-case, I doubt its a t18.


Along the way I un bolted this add-on crossmember, no idea what the thinking behind this thing was, maybe theres a legit purpose? Who knows!


This bit of flexable material was a "shim" between the cross member and t-case. I will only be able to remove this once the t-case is out of the way on account of brake line and exhaust. Also pulled the two remaining drive lines and looked at the needle bearings in their cups.... Dont think they're supposed to be flat sided.... Anyways, the fact that the rear line is shorter than the front seems odd to me for some reason. Both the other splines have a bit of play, not as bad as the front was.

I also realized something that could potentially be a disaster waiting to happen, could the fact that my exhaust goes right next to my t-case over heat it?

Please tell me I'm worrying about nothing, I swear to God If I have to replace this too, I wont be paying for the replacement.....
The tranny and T-case are fully unhooked, drivelines, speedo cable, and shifter, I just need to find a muscle bound minion willing to work for free to help me remove them
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Old 11-26-2018, 05:30 PM   #185
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So I removed the transfer case finally, The method consisted of a muscle bound minion(in this case I subbed because I couldn't find one) and a floor jack operator. I was unable to completely remove the addon cross member but managed with the following: the jack on ply wood underneath facing vehicle front, me sitting with my head between t-case and tranny, and arguably one of my stupider and less thought out inventions ever:

Once it floated free of the mounts, I teatered it as operator slid it toward me, it finally cleared and we lowered it with the drive yolk about an inch from my nose and my head against the back of the tranny.

"And that was without a single drop of rum."
-Captain Jack Sparrow

Drained the oil, was expecting it to be worse:

The mounts are toast, more po shims were there in an atempt to take up the space. In a true stroke of brilliance, someone put the new exhaust exactly too high to allow the mounting bolts out

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1946 Dodge Job Rated half ton "Rusty"
1973 Fiat 850 Spider "il Cannoli"
Half of a dead 1958 Apache "Mad Dura-Max(to be)"

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Old 12-01-2018, 03:00 PM   #186
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New problem found today, while I was scrubbing gunk off of my t-case, my truck had been chugachugachuga in the background running my radiator flush. I looked in at a leak I had been monitoring in the t-stat housing, and by chance looked down and noticed the frame was moist right next to the exhaust manifold passenger side, the grime looked like it had been "rained on" dimpled from drops. If you've ever seen deep powdery dust get sprinkled on you know what I mean. Well, then a drop flew out from under the exhaust manifold onto it, then another, and another. Sticking my head in the wheel well sourced it quick enough, smelled like gas and my fuel pump was all wet. Sure enough every couple seconds it spurted out a drop onto the frame rail. Time for a rebuild.... Actually.... Time for ANOTHER rebuild since Im already doing 4 or 5.

Spurting fuel comes from the pocket straight right of the 4 in 304 in this picture:
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1973 Fiat 850 Spider "il Cannoli"
Half of a dead 1958 Apache "Mad Dura-Max(to be)"

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Old 12-01-2018, 06:04 PM   #187
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New shoes just arrived! Thanks to Michael @ IHPA for pointing me in the right direction, otherwise I may never have found these. Theyre 16x8" and 8 on 6.5" lug patern and fit great! They will get paired with some BFG KO2 tires in LT315/75R16. Now Ive just got to fix that darn pitman arm rubbing issue....


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