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Eric

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New Driveshaft Installed

Comparison with old driveshaft:
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Pinion yoke comparison.
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I scuffed up the pinion threads when removing the old yoke. Had to run the threads through a die to clean them up.
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Installed
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Eric

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So, had an issue where the holley 12-1800 fuel pump died.

I have started the process of switching everything over to an aeromotive eliminator.

 

Eric

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I have started working on getting a basic, functional dash in place. While, I had pieces of it completed- it was missing gauges, lights, and instrumentation.


I still need to do some wiring, and purchase a speedometer. But, it should be ready soon.
 

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Tonight's project was to install a functional catch can / pcv system.


This should hopefully assist with not pushing oil out the rear main seal when I get everything put back together.
 

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Weekend update.

1. Had a fuel line catch on fire. Figured out the line may have gotten pinched by the body mount bushings. Replaced the line and improved the routing.
2. Transmission is reinstalled.
3. Replaced the rear main seal.



To do:

1. Finish wiring up the dash, and lights.
2. Adjust the transmission linkage. (Its a gear off)
3. Fill the rear end, check fluid levels, and drive!
 
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