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Old 04-02-2020, 02:21 PM
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Glad you’re pleased with the Dapper headlights. I plan on running them too. I heard good reviews on them.
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Old 04-02-2020, 06:33 PM
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Originally Posted by jarhead View Post
as the kids all say "those headlights are sick", Nice work!

I am going to check into them

Thanks and that was with 12.8v from the battery .... wait til 14v hits from the alternator, Wowza!!

Originally Posted by 214Chevelle View Post
Glad you’re pleased with the Dapper headlights. I plan on running them too. I heard good reviews on them.
I did my research also and it was pretty clear that the quality was built-in and with no mods needed it was a no-brainer for me!
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Old 05-23-2020, 10:05 AM
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Now to get to work Just wished it wasn't this dang hot, maybe I should work through the night when it's cooler, lol.

Still waiting on some cable sheaving and shrink wrap for the electrical, a starter solenoid with cables for a truck mount battery. Pictures for you viewing pleasure ….

Speedtech inner fenderwells made by Glastek, I already have the down bars!

Control panel will get mounted in the center dash somewhere!

Got the EZ-clips for the AC hoping for better bend radius and ease of installation.

Got the evap unit mocked up!

Had to search hard to find these bulkhead fittings for the Finch plate

Mastercool flaring tool for the AN fittings for fuel and brake lines. Fragola nuts and sleeves for -6 AN and Eastwood tubing straightener for 3/8.

Tube bender, fuel filter, SS 3/8 line and GM quick disconnects and -6 AN line to fuel pump!

My HWY 15 kit is going to be modified still need relays for fuel pump, AC, fans, and accessories.

Trying to plan ahead and think of all the parts I might need and I thank Vince for sharing his knowledge and answering all my stupid questions!

Post install pictures to come, thanks for looking …
Your car is going to be amazing...

Did you buy the AAW crimping plyers With this kit?
I bought water tight crimping kit from Eastwood, Research a lot, Buy once.
Chief, Im off of Parker and Arapahoe. Are you close by?

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