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Love the attention to detail on your build. Subscribed to your YouTube channel. Look forward to seeing the end result and the upholstery work. 

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That battery hold down bracket is nice! Where did you get that from?

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I just read through your whole build. You do amazing work. That push button start is wicked. Can't wait for the next update.

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11 hours ago, kansashogan said:

Did you make the patch panels? Regardless they look good.

Yes I did. 

 

Automotive wise this is the most challenging undertaking I've attempted. Those panels are curved, the radius is curved.......what a b*@ch......

 

Considering I've never done anything like this, I think it's turning out OK. 

 

I've got to cut in for the frenching buckets now........thank god for Bondo. :P

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9 minutes ago, kansashogan said:

Dang, you frenched them in. I bet that was a pain.

In reality, that was the easiest part of it all. 

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Bed is lose and ready to come off. 

Frame will be cleaned and painted as well as the bottom of the bed. 

 

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24 minutes ago, kansashogan said:

Looking good 

Thank you, I appreciate the comment. 

 

It's a lot of work. 

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To the left is a welded on ground stud, all grounds at the rear will go to this stud.

 

To the right of the stud is a square nut I welded in on both sides for muffler hanger mount. 

Cable running out of frame, I'll explain in vid. 

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Another ground stud welded to frame, this one is for the fuel pump and possibly the new sending unit. 

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New Daystar bump stops.

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Not for appearance sake- will explain in upcoming vid-

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I had some rot here at the top of the tub, two layers of glass. Tubs will get blacked out with undercoater just as the frame did. 

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