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      I used to solder electrical connections in my vehicles. About 11 years ago I took over engineering for my company's solder and braze lab...
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      Heres a 2-1 ground split I did for some flatbed taillights. Adhesive lined 4:1 heat shrink tubing. I strip about an inch of shielding...
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      Having completely rewired the rear harness on several of these trucks (albeit, only brick and OBS), I have found that the best thing you...
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      ISPKI replied to the thread Cup holders.
      This is the assembly concept that I pieced together. Mostly 1/2" sanded plywood construction. The two sleeves are hand turned from maple...
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      ISPKI replied to the thread Cup holders.
      The logs were my seat when I welded that together. I would do all kinds of things for this interior. Absolutely gorgeous.
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      ISPKI reacted to tbowker's post in the thread Cup holders with Haha Haha.
      Hmm, thrifty. If those things were frozen they'd make a heck of an ice chest.
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      ISPKI replied to the thread Cup holders.
      I actually made my armrest / cupholder combo with maple plywood and turned sleeves of the cut holder slots out of a slab of maple on one...
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      ISPKI reacted to tbowker's post in the thread Cup holders with Like Like.
      Hmm, I see you're one of those "if more is better, then too much should be just about right" types. I'm beginning to understand why...
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      ISPKI replied to the thread Cup holders.
      Ive modified it somewhat since these images were taken but this is the gist of it. It *used* to go over the cab when it was on my F250...
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      ISPKI replied to the thread Cup holders.
      Should use concrete anchors...It is important to use the correct fasteners for the application...
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      ISPKI replied to the thread Random surging while driving.
      From what ive been reading - The supply line is supposed to be 3/8" and the return is supposed to be 5/16" but my mid tank seems to be...
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      ISPKI replied to the thread Random surging while driving.
      Thanks, my buddy had a kit that he let me borrow. Now, I am trying to figure out what the two lines are: Feed vs return. Is there a...
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      ISPKI reacted to Rdnck84_03's post in the thread Random surging while driving with Like Like.
      They require a fuel/air conditioner line tool to remove, that external clip is only a secondary safety type retainer. James
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      ISPKI replied to the thread Random surging while driving.
      I noticed a little bit of fuel leaking out of the bottom of the fittings coming out of the lift pump. Took all of them apart, cleaned...
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      ISPKI reacted to Nero's post in the thread EGT questions with Like Like.
      I'm totally thrilled with where my power ended up, my overall goal was to up the power a little and make it as reliable as possibe and...
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