Had a good morning on the ‘72. Got some more wiring cleaned up, cleaned up and installed the A-pillar tag and hung the fenders. I needed to have the fenders installed to finalize some of the wiring placement.
We have been comparing notes as our installs have been running parallel. I tried the LS regulator but mine had a small leak at the output side. Here’s the engine side of mine. Working towards cleaning up the wiring and buttoning up the years long build.
Finished plumbing the fuel lines for the Sniper install. I didn’t want to have a return line in the engine compartment so opted to cap the regulator on the Sniper and use an adjustable regulator on the frame rail.
Depending on your skill set you can make the torque tube removable or move it completely. Mine is like that but Ill remove the mounting bolts from the bellhousing and lower the rear of the engine while someone watches the head at the firewall and fan at the radiator.
Hey Diana, there are a handful around NE OH. I know of 2 other builds happening now as well, hopefully they’ll be done and on the road soon.
We are planning on installing the front clip next week on our build. It’s not at my house right now so seeing it is a little tough. It should be ready...
After installing the LS Corvette style filter/regulator in the fuel system, I was unhappy with the push on/in connectors. Anytime that the line was bumped, there would be a small leak at the regulator output.
I am switching to an adjustable Holley regulator and separate filter. Tomorrow’s work...
Grab a Haynes Manual or FSM and do some research. It’s not necessarily a hard job but there are steps that need to be taken. There are a handful of videos about knuckle rebuilds on YouTube that show it apart.
The brake rotor(not cylinder) is attached to the spindle via the lug studs. The...