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    pushed it out of the garage today.
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    well it looks like you have to pay $400 a year to store and share your photos via photo bucket. anyone know of another image hosting site?

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    power steering

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    power steering


    sorry just getting the hang of using flickr for image hosting . might try to go back and edit other photos in previous posts
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    power steering 4.5 inch hole

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    slow going but i welded in the the lower rad support,
    [url=https://flic.kr/p/Y6eN7D]
    made the power steering lines and ordered a radiator.
    also installed a power steering regulator to drop the pressure for the rack and pinion.

    up is to install the radiator, hoses and order a transmission cooler.
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    got my new radiator in the mail today , looks pretty good. it has both 1 3/4" inlet and outlet on passenger side,


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    got my tranny cooler in the mail today. trying to decide if I'm going to run the new cooler lines right from the transmission to the cooler or leave the stock lines up to the thermostat block and make new lines from the thermostat block to the new cooler.

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    good progress
    1968 Dodge Charger - 6.1L Hemi / 5-speed manual / 3.55:1 Sure Grip

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    played around in the garage this weekend with some GM wheel speed sensors. just made up a quick bracket and spun the wheel to see if id get a signal. worked pretty good. could place them on the front wheels, and maybe get the ABS to work. get 5 pulses per rotation, hook them in to a dakota digital speedo calibrator to send the correct signal to the ABS controller??? anyone mess with an ABS signal before or have any info on dodge's ABS system?



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    Nice work, electronics are so not my strong point.

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    I stopped at Pepboys tonight trying to find some radiator hoses that would fit. i know they wouldn't be able to find anything in the computer for what I'm doing but they gotta ask year, make , model, ect.... He just pointed to the back of the inventory room and was like good luck. i knew i wasn't going to find the perfect fit so i just found a couple of hoses with some different bends and some straight runs in 1.75" and a 3" piece of 1.75" OD exhaust pipe to mock something up or a temporary solution. Now i have something to take back to try to match up with their inventory.





    id like to find something thats 1 piece that will work, just less chance for something to go wrong.

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    FYI... I used these to build my rad hoses. Works great!
    http://www.frozenboost.com/turbochar...-45-p-404.html

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    thanks for the link Brads70.

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    picked up a flaring tool this week. its a little overkill but that just means I won't be lending this one out. cheap last one I had never found its way back to my garage.



    now to try to get in the garage and finish my transmission lines.

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