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Dads ol dodge

Discussion in 'Member Restorations' started by 747mopar, Sep 8, 2015.

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    747moparWell-Known Member

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    I didn't see a 22 gallon option but there is a 20? I'll just fill it up with water and see.
     
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    Honestly don't fill it often. It only gets driven when needed and I don't like the extra fuel setting in the tank. All though I have not lost any fuel since the next door neighbor moved out.
     
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      LocuMobFluid Technician

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      If you're going to replace the sending unit, why not take it out and match it at a parts store? Ha e them get both in and see what one you need. As long as it isn't a NAPA special order BS deal, you won't be out a dime for the one you don't need. I tried a quick search but didn't get anything conclusive.
       
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      • 747mopar

        747moparWell-Known Member

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        Patching the bed up is DONE! Someone had drilled holes all over the top of the bed rails too so those are all welded shut now... this heavy copper bar just keeps coming in handy lol 20181208_231725.jpg 20181210_054750.jpg



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        Also had the 600 Holley given to me, all rebuilt and ready to go.
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        • 747mopar

          747moparWell-Known Member

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          Spent the afternoon sanding and blasting until all the rust was gone then sealed it in epoxy. More bodywork to come but nearly done. 20181210_210855.jpg 20181210_210847.jpg
           
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            Once again, nice work!
             
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              747moparWell-Known Member

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              Last weekend I stripped both doors, pulled some dents and started the bodywork. Needing a break from the bodywork I decided to start installing loose parts that I've been tripping over, power steering pump and brackets, alt brackets, throttle linkage, coil bracket, etc all went in the blasting cabinet them painted and installed. Also put new universal's in the driveshaft and got it in as well... nothing huge but that's just less parts to worry about loosing now. Air filter is temporary until I find a 4 barrel cleaner. 20181216_165106.jpg
               
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                That tub on the cab floor really looked out of place threw the firewall hole. Like how did he get that reflection there.
                 
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                  747moparWell-Known Member

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                  Didn't even notice it but your right, it does look like a reflection at first.