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Old 04/16/18, 12:52 PM   #46
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Hey Doug,
Where did you pick up those cool molded heater lines? I have one for the return that will work, but I'd like to source the two that the valve is in.

Thanks and got the PCM window cut this weekend and test fit the engine!

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I am going to have to dig up those numbers, I took a few hoses home and made them work by cutting sections out of them. I believe most of them were Gates... And I have found that other manufacture's are not exactly the same...

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I am going to have to dig up those numbers, I took a few hoses home and made them work by cutting sections out of them. I believe most of them were Gates... And I have found that other manufacture's are not exactly the same...
Thanks Doug,
Don't spend too much time searching. I'll print the photo you posted and can probably find something from there. Appreciate the help! B2

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Don't spend too much time searching. I'll print the photo you posted and can probably find something from there. Appreciate the help! B2
Gates #19070

Price range from $15 to $22 Rock auto was the cheapest... You cut out what you need and make it fit... I think it was the only one?

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Old 05/17/18, 11:19 AM   #49
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Making headway, slowly but surely. Wiring harnesses are complete and I just need to run my wires into the cab and hook them up. I think my original harness, dubbed "Old Crusty", came out pretty good. Once I have it hooked up in the cab, it'll time to pull the engine, hook up the tranny and re-install. Fingers crossed that it'll start!

I'll be needing to add 3 switch panel to operate the high idle function, fog lights and on board air. Don't want to cut the dash, so does anyone have suggestions for an add on panel?

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I'll be needing to add 3 switch panel to operate the high idle function, fog lights and on board air. Don't want to cut the dash, so does anyone have suggestions for an add on panel?

Thanks, B2
I would suggest glove box * If you still have one
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Center counsel * If you got one...

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Nice work chief....

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Making headway, slowly but surely. Wiring harnesses are complete and I just need to run my wires into the cab and hook them up. I think my original harness, dubbed "Old Crusty", came out pretty good. Once I have it hooked up in the cab, it'll time to pull the engine, hook up the tranny and re-install. Fingers crossed that it'll start!

I'll be needing to add 3 switch panel to operate the high idle function, fog lights and on board air. Don't want to cut the dash, so does anyone have suggestions for an add on panel?

Thanks, B2

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I would suggest glove box * If you still have one
or Center counsel * If you got one...
Aloha
OOoooo......Good call, Local Boy! I'm thinking the Tuffy Console would be a pretty slick location for those switches. Thanks for the tip....I gotta take some measurements! Feeling bad for the peeps on the Big Island. Hope all turns out okay.

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Nice work chief....
Thanks Super Dave! Ready to be done, but trying to go slow so I don't screw anything up!

Have a good weekend, Bro!

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Have made HUGE progress in the past couple of weeks and she's up and running! Took me a while to figure out that my coil pack terminals were not fully seating in the connector, but once I got past that she fired right up. Then, in a Ju-Jitsu tease move and after getting EVERYTHING buttoned up, my clutch slave cylinder decided to go belly up from just sitting on a shelf for 6 months. (WTF?!)

I found a 3 gang rocker panel plate that fit perfectly in the ash tray opening. (No cutting of the dash, WooHoo!) Did the ViperWolf mod to the throttle cable setup and looks like it is going to work well. (thanks, Viper!) Need to find a stronger return spring, but I think that's about it. (other than putting everything back together, AGAIN!)

My first time trying to post a video, but we'll see if it takes. Don't have much else to report, other than it's been an expensive journey! haha Cheers, B2
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Couldn't do much until the slave gets here, but managed to get the brake line to the rear axle finished with no leaks and since all this crap started with an engine fire, got a couple of extinguishers mounted. (not sure how I'm going to keep them theft proof)
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Have made HUGE progress in the past couple of weeks and she's up and running! Took me a while to figure out that my coil pack terminals were not fully seating in the connector, but once I got past that she fired right up. Then, in a Ju-Jitsu tease move and after getting EVERYTHING buttoned up, my clutch slave cylinder decided to go belly up from just sitting on a shelf for 6 months. (WTF?!)

I found a 3 gang rocker panel plate that fit perfectly in the ash tray opening. (No cutting of the dash, WooHoo!) Did the ViperWolf mod to the throttle cable setup and looks like it is going to work well. (thanks, Viper!) Need to find a stronger return spring, but I think that's about it. (other than putting everything back together, AGAIN!)

My first time trying to post a video, but we'll see if it takes. Don't have much else to report, other than it's been an expensive journey! haha Cheers, B2
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Where did you score the rocker switch/12V assembly that fit into the ash tray? Me likey!

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