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Discussion in 'PA- Keystone Cruisers' started by crawlin40, Feb 3, 2011.
is that dead mouse?
What is it?
Is that one of those Jeep things?
My 40 had that also after setting next to a Jeep for about 2 years.
Yes, a petrified mouse in the secondary.
@Pacer Is that a methane booster system?
Well, the Trekker is tiny enough to be run on mousepower
Pretty happy with how round 2 came out...other then the purge fell out and I didnt catch it for a few joints.
The extra pipe and slightly longer run seems to have changed the tune a little.
Brian the exhaust looks awesome!!!!!!
Drove to New Hampshire to pick up some Pig parts. It was well worth the trip!
Felt it was time for some change and I wanted to start using the room again so I stopped at Lowe's, picked up some paint and started a house project before having to tear into the trans on my Silver 4runner:
Wine Red by YotaFun posted Nov 18, 2018 at 7:52 PM
Primer by YotaFun posted Nov 18, 2018 at 7:52 PM
Lots of primer by YotaFun posted Nov 18, 2018 at 7:52 PM
Even more primer by YotaFun posted Nov 18, 2018 at 7:52 PM
Some Color by YotaFun posted Nov 18, 2018 at 7:52 PM
Almost done now, have a couple more coats to do an some areas to touch up, room feels huge and has some light finally... I hate painting, but I think I'll prefer it over transmission work...
My word Bill that piggy will be like new soon!!!! Is your regular guy doing the work? And does he still have the 40?
Regular guy is not doing the body work. The guy who did the 60 last winter is working on the 55. Liked his body work, give the paint job an ok. Working nights and weekends in my garage. Hope to find a paint booth in the spring? He had the time and ambition. Plus he owed me a favor! Saw Bob M was making some parts again so I figured I'd jump on it.
Sadly the 76 40 is stuck in neutral. Hoping 2019 is a better year for wrapping that one up!
Well Bill don't be a stranger, I have something here for you.
Can hardly pass up an invitation like that. I'll be by sometime soon.
Get a room!
this wanted some attention.
I've seen that before. What's the plan? Epoxy them back in?
I applied my standard approach.
Read a little, tear it apart, figure out how to fix it, stumble through putting it back together...because I didnt read the proper procedure for dissessmbly.
Turns out there are a s***on of threads regarding taking them apart and even more on how to put them together...in regards to getting every thing timed right.
Turns out they really only go back together one way.
The 8" ones are a little different and really only need indexed if you rotate the motor. Maybe during bench testing.
I like your style!