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Re: The gearhead thread.

Post by sweetandsour » Fri Oct 06, 2017 8:55 am

FredS wrote:
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Who has two thumbs and is a gearhead genius?

When I first built this hot rod a decade ago I put an access panel in the trunk to provide access to the in-tank electric fuel pump and another for the fuel level sending unit. Then I lost interest (rather, I found more enjoyable interests) and she's sat in the corner under a cover for about three years. Now I'm back in the gearhead groove and I need to get it running but I didn't want to run three year old gas through the fuel system so I detached the hose in to the fuel filter and stuck it in a bucket then removed the panel and hotwired the fuel pump with some short jumpers (the battery is less than two feet away) and enjoyed a leisurely cigar while she pumped all the old gas out of the tank. It probably took me six hours to fab this access panel back then, but I'm sure glad I took that time as it only took that time.

Also, I ran about a quart of gas down my arm when I was changing the fuel filter. For the record, women (at least mine) do not find the heady scent of gasoline and cigar smoke attractive.

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A few years ago I replaced the in-tank fuel pump on my Chevy pickup by sliding the bed back 2-3 feet. I removed the bolts, got under the bed on my back and listed and slid the bed back with my legs. The chest pains I had a couple days later were attributed to this maneuver.

Anyway the new pump had to be adapted ( of course), and all of the wires were the same color, but different gauge. So I matched them up, inserted the new pump, got in the truck to try it, and laughed as the two guys there with me ran for cover.
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Re: The gearhead thread.

Post by sweetandsour » Fri Oct 06, 2017 9:01 am

Help needed with a trolling motor that won't run. Batteries are charged. There's power at the outlet. I bypassed the plug, and the motor still won't run. It's a minn Kota riptide bow mount, 24 volt 70 HP.
As thus we sat in darkness
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As he staggered down the stairs.

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Re: The gearhead thread.

Post by FredS » Fri Oct 06, 2017 9:08 am

sweetandsour wrote:
Fri Oct 06, 2017 8:55 am
FredS wrote:
Sat Sep 09, 2017 9:01 am
Who has two thumbs and is a gearhead genius?

When I first built this hot rod a decade ago I put an access panel in the trunk to provide access to the in-tank electric fuel pump and another for the fuel level sending unit. Then I lost interest (rather, I found more enjoyable interests) and she's sat in the corner under a cover for about three years. Now I'm back in the gearhead groove and I need to get it running but I didn't want to run three year old gas through the fuel system so I detached the hose in to the fuel filter and stuck it in a bucket then removed the panel and hotwired the fuel pump with some short jumpers (the battery is less than two feet away) and enjoyed a leisurely cigar while she pumped all the old gas out of the tank. It probably took me six hours to fab this access panel back then, but I'm sure glad I took that time as it only took that time.

Also, I ran about a quart of gas down my arm when I was changing the fuel filter. For the record, women (at least mine) do not find the heady scent of gasoline and cigar smoke attractive.

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A few years ago I replaced the in-tank fuel pump on my Chevy pickup by sliding the bed back 2-3 feet. I removed the bolts, got under the bed on my back and listed and slid the bed back with my legs. The chest pains I had a couple days later were attributed to this maneuver.

Anyway the new pump had to be adapted ( of course), and all of the wires were the same color, but different gauge. So I matched them up, inserted the new pump, got in the truck to try it, and laughed as the two guys there with me ran for cover.
I dumped a little fresh juice in this thing and couldn't get it to run unless I blocked the throttle body intake 95%. I put a fuel pressure gauge on it and found less than 10 psi. Pulled out the fuel pump and found a split hose in the assembly. Thanks ethanol. Anyway, it's a hose formed in an 'S' shape so tight it would kink if I tried to bend a straight hose, and of course I can't find just the hose so I've ordered a new whole new pump assembly. Truth be told, I could probably find a hose that would work if I went behind the counter and dug through the bins at the parts store but at this point in my gearhead life I have more money than time so I'd just a soon spend the money and swap out the whole thing. Easy peasy.
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Re: The gearhead thread.

Post by FredS » Fri Oct 06, 2017 9:12 am

sweetandsour wrote:
Fri Oct 06, 2017 9:01 am
Help needed with a trolling motor that won't run. Batteries are charged. There's power at the outlet. I bypassed the plug, and the motor still won't run. It's a minn Kota riptide bow mount, 24 volt 70 HP.
70 HP!?! I know you do things big in Texas, but, damn! That's a trolling motor.

Did you bypass the plug and switches and hook up some jumper wires right at the motor?
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Re: The gearhead thread.

Post by sweetandsour » Fri Oct 06, 2017 9:26 am

FredS wrote:
Fri Oct 06, 2017 9:12 am
sweetandsour wrote:
Fri Oct 06, 2017 9:01 am
Help needed with a trolling motor that won't run. Batteries are charged. There's power at the outlet. I bypassed the plug, and the motor still won't run. It's a minn Kota riptide bow mount, 24 volt 70 HP.
70 HP!?! I know you do things big in Texas, but, damn! That's a trolling motor.

Did you bypass the plug and switches and hook up some jumper wires right at the motor?
That's next. I'm thinking the issue is in the handle-throttle.

And no, even in Texas there's not a 70 HP troll motor! I should have said 70 lbs thrust. Uses 2 12v batteries. (My outboard is a 70 hp though).
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Re: The gearhead thread.

Post by FredS » Fri Oct 06, 2017 9:54 am

sweetandsour wrote:
Fri Oct 06, 2017 9:26 am
FredS wrote:
Fri Oct 06, 2017 9:12 am
sweetandsour wrote:
Fri Oct 06, 2017 9:01 am
Help needed with a trolling motor that won't run. Batteries are charged. There's power at the outlet. I bypassed the plug, and the motor still won't run. It's a minn Kota riptide bow mount, 24 volt 70 HP.
70 HP!?! I know you do things big in Texas, but, damn! That's a trolling motor.

Did you bypass the plug and switches and hook up some jumper wires right at the motor?
That's next. I'm thinking the issue is in the handle-throttle.

And no, even in Texas there's not a 70 HP troll motor! I should have said 70 lbs thrust. Uses 2 12v batteries. (My outboard is a 70 hp though).
Absent any specific knowledge of what generally goes bad on these things, I'd go straight down to the motor and test it there with full power. Just give it a quick bump with the power wire - you don't want the wires clamped together if it starts smoking or spooling up to a million rpm. If the motor spins then work you way back up the circuit one device at a time until it stops working.
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Re: The gearhead thread.

Post by FredS » Tue Oct 10, 2017 8:26 pm

This guy is my hero. Seriously. In a dozen different ways, this is the best story I've heard in a long time.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gytEfDSWank
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Re: The gearhead thread.

Post by JimVH » Wed Oct 11, 2017 12:30 pm

Thanks, Fred.
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Re: The gearhead thread.

Post by Roadmaster » Wed Oct 11, 2017 1:02 pm

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Wed Oct 11, 2017 12:30 pm
Thanks, Fred.
I also enjoyed this on several levels.
The 54 Chevy drew me in, Dad had a 53 Chevy which is pretty much the same car. He worked in Kansas City and drove home to Springfield on weekends. Dad mostly drove wide open everywhere he went and the 53 would run about 81 or 82 and that's where he drove it. The 53 lasted for several years without major repairs going back and forth, no idea how many times the odometer rolled around to 0.
But the guys story is what got to me. There are many worthy causes out there. The cause that touches my heart is respect and harmony among the races. There are more important things maybe but this is the one that gets me.
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Re: The gearhead thread.

Post by FredS » Wed Oct 11, 2017 2:18 pm

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. . .But the guys story is what got to me. There are many worthy causes out there. The cause that touches my heart is respect and harmony among the races. There are more important things maybe but this is the one that gets me.
He's a Christian man and he told his story plain and simple without the least bit of preachy-ness. That's exactly what's needed when hanging with young men. Just like with us, his cars draw the initial interest of young people, but he has so much more to offer them. And I bet they listen. There's an air of dignity with that guy. Yes. Dignified. That's the word that comes to mind.
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Re: The gearhead thread.

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Here is my oldest son and my project, body is a 76 D100, we have an 88 2wd frame we are putting it on. 440 ci engine. 727 trans. We have to shorten the frame because the bed is a short bed step side. I am trying to find someone to make some decals from the doors that say little rat express. We are going to use barn wood for the floor and express bed inserts. Or maybe old pallet wood.ImageImageImage

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Re: The gearhead thread.

Post by FredS » Wed Oct 25, 2017 12:08 pm

Looks like a retired mud truck. Are you guys going to slam it? Back when trucks were trucks I hated seeing them lowered, but now that trucks are everyday transportation for half the population I've accepted that trucks can be hot rods too and I like them bagged. Particularly if it's going to be a rat truck it should be down in the weeds.

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Found a roller frame, will have to shorten it by 18 " to fit the step side bed, we are starting out as rat, we may get it painted in the future, body was given to me, frame is going to cost 200.00. the engine is seized but can scrap that and recoup some of the purchase price.Image

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Re: The gearhead thread.

Post by Roadmaster » Mon Dec 11, 2017 9:40 am

Working on a 86 Dodge W150 with 30 gal fuel tank. The fuel filter kept plugging up so I dropped the tank. The sending unit retainer was plastic and I saw no way to remove it without ruining it. The 30 tank has a different retainer that the other tanks. Thanks Chrysler. No after market part available. The Mopar part is no longer made either. Got in contact with a Mopar Parts Wholesaler was told the were were 6 retainers available in the world. One was in Lenexa, KS. Called the dealer and he did indeed have one left and was sending it UPS.

HERE IS WHERE THIS STORY GETS INTERESTING:

Got a call from the dealer about five minutes after I ordered the part.
He said he was the order filler and had the same last name as I. He want on to say his grandparents had a farm in the same zip code as mine. His mother was coming this way on Wednesday and would I like for her to drop it off at Hannas, the only store in town and de facto nerve center. Sure says I. Come to find out we are related, not close but from the same line. His Mother is interested in genealogy as I am. I told him about the books I have on the subject and he said she would love to see them. So, she is going to bring the part to my door and we are going to visit.
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Re: The gearhead thread.

Post by hugodrax » Mon Dec 11, 2017 9:49 am

Roadmaster wrote:
Mon Dec 11, 2017 9:40 am
Working on a 86 Dodge W150 with 30 gal fuel tank. The fuel filter kept plugging up so I dropped the tank. The sending unit retainer was plastic and I saw no way to remove it without ruining it. The 30 tank has a different retainer that the other tanks. Thanks Chrysler. No after market part available. The Mopar part is no longer made either. Got in contact with a Mopar Parts Wholesaler was told the were were 6 retainers available in the world. One was in Lenexa, KS. Called the dealer and he did indeed have one left and was sending it UPS.

HERE IS WHERE THIS STORY GETS INTERESTING:

Got a call from the dealer about five minutes after I ordered the part.
He said he was the order filler and had the same last name as I. He want on to say his grandparents had a farm in the same zip code as mine. His mother was coming this way on Wednesday and would I like for her to drop it off at Hannas, the only store in town and de facto nerve center. Sure says I. Come to find out we are related, not close but from the same line. His Mother is interested in genealogy as I am. I told him about the books I have on the subject and he said she would love to see them. So, she is going to bring the part to my door and we are going to visit.
That's awesome.
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Re: The gearhead thread.

Post by FredS » Tue Dec 12, 2017 9:29 am

hugodrax wrote:
Mon Dec 11, 2017 9:49 am
Roadmaster wrote:
Mon Dec 11, 2017 9:40 am
Working on a 86 Dodge W150 with 30 gal fuel tank. The fuel filter kept plugging up so I dropped the tank. The sending unit retainer was plastic and I saw no way to remove it without ruining it. The 30 tank has a different retainer that the other tanks. Thanks Chrysler. No after market part available. The Mopar part is no longer made either. Got in contact with a Mopar Parts Wholesaler was told the were were 6 retainers available in the world. One was in Lenexa, KS. Called the dealer and he did indeed have one left and was sending it UPS.

HERE IS WHERE THIS STORY GETS INTERESTING:

Got a call from the dealer about five minutes after I ordered the part.
He said he was the order filler and had the same last name as I. He want on to say his grandparents had a farm in the same zip code as mine. His mother was coming this way on Wednesday and would I like for her to drop it off at Hannas, the only store in town and de facto nerve center. Sure says I. Come to find out we are related, not close but from the same line. His Mother is interested in genealogy as I am. I told him about the books I have on the subject and he said she would love to see them. So, she is going to bring the part to my door and we are going to visit.
That's awesome.
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Re: The gearhead thread.

Post by Roadmaster » Tue Dec 12, 2017 11:44 am

FredS wrote:
Tue Dec 12, 2017 9:29 am
hugodrax wrote:
Mon Dec 11, 2017 9:49 am
Roadmaster wrote:
Mon Dec 11, 2017 9:40 am
Working on a 86 Dodge W150 with 30 gal fuel tank. The fuel filter kept plugging up so I dropped the tank. The sending unit retainer was plastic and I saw no way to remove it without ruining it. The 30 tank has a different retainer that the other tanks. Thanks Chrysler. No after market part available. The Mopar part is no longer made either. Got in contact with a Mopar Parts Wholesaler was told the were were 6 retainers available in the world. One was in Lenexa, KS. Called the dealer and he did indeed have one left and was sending it UPS.

HERE IS WHERE THIS STORY GETS INTERESTING:

Got a call from the dealer about five minutes after I ordered the part.
He said he was the order filler and had the same last name as I. He want on to say his grandparents had a farm in the same zip code as mine. His mother was coming this way on Wednesday and would I like for her to drop it off at Hannas, the only store in town and de facto nerve center. Sure says I. Come to find out we are related, not close but from the same line. His Mother is interested in genealogy as I am. I told him about the books I have on the subject and he said she would love to see them. So, she is going to bring the part to my door and we are going to visit.
That's awesome.
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Re: The gearhead thread.

Post by FredS » Tue Dec 12, 2017 1:25 pm

Roadmaster wrote:
Tue Dec 12, 2017 11:44 am
FredS wrote:
Tue Dec 12, 2017 9:29 am
hugodrax wrote:
Mon Dec 11, 2017 9:49 am
Roadmaster wrote:
Mon Dec 11, 2017 9:40 am
Working on a 86 Dodge W150 with 30 gal fuel tank. The fuel filter kept plugging up so I dropped the tank. The sending unit retainer was plastic and I saw no way to remove it without ruining it. The 30 tank has a different retainer that the other tanks. Thanks Chrysler. No after market part available. The Mopar part is no longer made either. Got in contact with a Mopar Parts Wholesaler was told the were were 6 retainers available in the world. One was in Lenexa, KS. Called the dealer and he did indeed have one left and was sending it UPS.

HERE IS WHERE THIS STORY GETS INTERESTING:

Got a call from the dealer about five minutes after I ordered the part.
He said he was the order filler and had the same last name as I. He want on to say his grandparents had a farm in the same zip code as mine. His mother was coming this way on Wednesday and would I like for her to drop it off at Hannas, the only store in town and de facto nerve center. Sure says I. Come to find out we are related, not close but from the same line. His Mother is interested in genealogy as I am. I told him about the books I have on the subject and he said she would love to see them. So, she is going to bring the part to my door and we are going to visit.
That's awesome.
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I have no particular beef with DCX. My very best derby cars were big ol' Dodge's and Plymouth's. And the Hellcat? How can you not like a company that sells supercars (like the Viper and Hellcat) on an almost-everyman's budget? And - love 'em or hate 'em - they invented the whole minivan market with the most perfectly named vehicle ever - the Caravan.

They're an easy target to make fun of though. What with the bailout, Lee Iaccoca commercials, and K-cars. Then the 'merger' with Daimler-Benz, and the subsequent turnovers of ownership over the last 20 years. A few of the guys who've run that company lately (Bob Lutz, Sergio Marchionne) have just been complete, looney, whack-a-doodles. Many of their products are top notch, but they're poorly run. If they ever put a car guy in charge of that place they could be a challenger again.
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Re: The gearhead thread.

Post by FredS » Tue Dec 12, 2017 1:36 pm

FredS wrote:
Tue Dec 12, 2017 1:25 pm
. . . If they ever put a car guy in charge of that place they could be a challenger again.
I nominate FredS for the Inadvertent Pun of the Month award.
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Re: The gearhead thread.

Post by Roadmaster » Tue Dec 12, 2017 3:36 pm

FredS wrote:
Tue Dec 12, 2017 1:36 pm
FredS wrote:
Tue Dec 12, 2017 1:25 pm
. . . If they ever put a car guy in charge of that place they could be a challenger again.
I nominate FredS for the Inadvertent Pun of the Month award.
You got my vote.
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