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VW391 viewsMy Personal favorite a nicely restored VW BugJan 27, 2008
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He Fits301 viewsJake thought it was kool to be under the truck!Jan 27, 2008
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Jake's Favorate296 viewsJake finally leaving THE truck he came to seeJan 27, 2008
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The Truck308 viewsJake wanted to look over the TRUCKJan 27, 2008
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319 viewsanother well built Jan 27, 2008
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Mustang332 viewsNot just a mustang but a Shelby Mustang.... and a racing version too!Jan 27, 2008
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A Rat Rod392 viewsOne of the popular styles now Rat RodsJan 27, 2008
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Car with a Spare358 viewsNicely matched car and bikeJan 27, 2008

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224 views3.5" Vent hose pass-thru in splash guard with door edge guard.
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Tilt wheel (down)41 viewsThis shows the tilt wheel in the lower positon
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01/19/04 Polished wheel centers63 views01/19/04 Polished wheel centers
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10/1/03 Old and New shock bolts. The bolts that came with the kit did not stick out of the nylon lock nut.88 views10/1/03 Old and New shock bolts. The bolts that came with the kit did not stick out of the nylon lock nut.
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Radiator extension tube - JB Welded100 viewsRadiator extension tube - JB Welded. These need to be beaded to keep the hose from slipping off. I used safety wire and JB-Weld to create a good bead. Here's how:

3. Mix up enough JB Weld for the bead ends (you need a line about 3/4" long of resin and hardener for each end), mix well and apply over the wire. Dip a fingertip in acetone and gently work the JB Weld down into the wire, then use the rounded bottem of your fingertip to shape the JB Weld into a curved and even bead. It helps to dip your finger frequently in the acetone (wear a rubber or plastic glove), the JB Weld will flow easily.

Don't worry if the bead is not perfectly smooth or even, you can sand it later if need be.
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08/23/03 Drive Shaft Safety Loop installed77 views08/23/03 Drive Shaft Safety Loop installed
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