I BUILT MY OWN, USING A PAIR OF TIRE MOUNT HINGES, AND LATCH, WITH HOMEMADE CATCH ON THE FRAME. tHE INSIDE OF THE RACK LOCKS, AND OPENS TWARD THE TAILGATE WHEN THE RACK IS SWUNG OUT. tHE SECTION THAT OPENS HAS BARS THAT SECURE THE CANS WHEN IT'S CLOSED.
I SOLD THE 40 THIS SUMMER, AND GOT WHAT I...
Mac, I wrote my previous message assuming you had a vacuum advance dizzy, and either way the line should go to ported vacuum!
When you get the lines correct, (Please see a manual) then set the timing at 7-8 degrees advance, with the vacuum line off the dizzy, and plugged, and at...
Vacuum hook ups
Hi, the one thing I see besides the "no check valve", is that you have the vavuum advance on the distributor direct to the manifold, it should be to the capped, ported vacuum outlet on the carb, just behind where it's hooked up now. You don't want advance at idle, and thats...
Hi, I re-covered my dash with Cool Cruisers of Texas' cover, arround $55.00. IT glued down ok, but had to put several braces from the seats to hold the bottom edge, and weighted the top at the same time. HTH, Earl
Hi, I have a converted lightplant, (flatbed, 3/4 ton rated) with a home made perforated steel box, and removable side extensions. parking brake, and updated lighting. e-mail me, or call me for details (520)400-5966 Earl
A/C/ in a 40, A DIFFERENT IDEA!
Here's a shot of the conversion van rear unit, suspended from the roll bar, and installed so the top can be removed! The r/f/motor mount is FJ-60, with a custom mount plate for aa compressor from an '81 Datsun 810 wagon, the condenser came from the same car. The...
It looks like no one will ever know, as it's all done by sealed bid, unless you'r a sucsesfull bidder! I paid well over $400.00, and built the body. This trailer is also equiped with a working parking brake. Earl
Jim, It ain't a 416, but it is a military light pllant flatbed, with added sides, tailgate, new lighting, and 2' side extensions for hauling brush, etc. $800.00 includes an Arizona perminant plate, and the 2" reciever style pintal connector.
Call me at (520)400-5966, or e-mail me. Earl
Juke, I used Bill Dorey's mount, and it uses the original pedistal holes. I centered the box, and re-installed the pitman arm with the wheels in the same position as before the arm came off the old box. That worked great, and was simple! Keep it simple I always say! Earl