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Old 03-30-2016, 05:13 AM
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Nice fab work, and creativity. Welcome to Texas!

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Nice fab work, and creativity. Welcome to Texas!

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I like the duct flowing into the rear gills. I have always thought there was some potential to do some inventive things. Just when you think you have seen everything that you can do to a 69, somebody steps up. You have some cool ideas and it looks like the talent to back it up.
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Agree with others . Great fab skills, especially those cooler housings " may steal the idea "
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Thanks guys. I hate when I see non functional stuff on cars so I'm pretty happy with my vents.

There is a lot of other good ideas I have for the car, but money and/or skill keep me from going doing more.
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Awesome build. You are doing some nice work there. I too did the wiper motor conversion under the fender. I have been having trouble with e transition arm. Any thoughts or advice on that? Any pics of what you pulled off?
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Old 04-05-2016, 08:17 AM
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Awesome build. You are doing some nice work there. I too did the wiper motor conversion under the fender. I have been having trouble with e transition arm. Any thoughts or advice on that? Any pics of what you pulled off?
I used the DeVille wiper transmission arms and ball studs to get rid of the stock steel clamp so that the system operated quiet and smooth. I did it almost 4 years ago so I don't remember all what I had to do other than shorten them and twist one of them. I do remember that I built the whole system using the stock long arm cut in half and installed it onto the car and welded a rod between the cut parts to get the correct arm length. You can kinda see it on the top arm on the left side of the first picture.



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Nice, my wipers on my 69 sound like a bucket of bolts rolling around.
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Nice, my wipers on my 69 sound like a bucket of bolts rolling around.
That would drive me nuts.
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Thanks. That's awesome.
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