Monthly Archives: March 2014

leaxhaust

The manifolds are back in the truck and it seems that at least their leaks are sealed now. I had no luck with selfmade gaskets on the ball and socket joints of the downpipe though… My design was bad and … Continue reading

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hangman, err hangdoors …

I still hate it. Besides paintwork and brakes, installing and aligning truck body parts is the worst job on this project. It begun with worn hinges… so i ordered and prepped new ones from the worlds biggest flea market, Ebay. … Continue reading

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leaks over leaks and more leaks

ARGH! Sometimes things go wrong. And then there is the days, when things go all askew. On those days you find leaks all over the exhaust. I found that 1: both manifolds are leaking, 2: both downpipe connections are leaking … Continue reading

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hanging doors is frustration

I wanted to leap forward and install and align the doors…┬áIt ended in a mess. The hinges which i though were in quite good shape are just plain worn out and sloppy. Aligning doors using these hinges proved to be … Continue reading

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