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Old 09-05-2018, 01:55 PM
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The work on the van pedal is brilliant! I like how that turned out.

Good to know on the van pedal harness too. I've been messing with these engines for quite a while and didn't know that.
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Old 09-05-2018, 05:57 PM
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I can't wait to see this same shot with the rear tires on it!!!

Not the same shot but you get the feel of it, looks ok I guess.
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Old 09-06-2018, 11:40 AM
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The work on the van pedal is brilliant! I like how that turned out.

Good to know on the van pedal harness too. I've been messing with these engines for quite a while and didn't know that.
I had no idea either, turns out the van pedal worked really well, better than the truck pedal would have once I modified it. Thanks for the props

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Thanks man, its nothing like your build......but its guys like you that keep me motivated. Your car is amazing.

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I can't wait to see this same shot with the rear tires on it!!!
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It is just mocked up because some idiot put the wrong wheel studs in front and back, 12x1.5 front and 1/2-20 rear.....

I had a question about the rear brakes and called the wilwood guy to discuss, he said that they have no application for my rear axle.......even though its the fourth call to him and the 3rd kit and I have everything bolted on.....

My question was that this is a c clip axle and the kit came with bearing retainers that I dont need to use. Can I just omit them from the kit?

Then he asked the application. I told him 83 volvo =) with an LS and an 8.8 from a 1997 ford explorer. The phone started to smoke he was so confused.

Happy Thursday all!!

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The phone started to smoke he was so confused.

Happy Thursday all!!

Sean

I have gotten that response so much I thought it was normal when building a custom vehicle. Hahaha!
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Old 09-06-2018, 07:35 PM
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It is just mocked up because some idiot put the wrong wheel studs in front and back, 12x1.5 front and 1/2-20 rear.....

YES!!! Thanks....

And for what it's worth, I've had Metric studs up front and SAE studs out back for probably 8 years now, you get used to it after a while...
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