Threw everything together temporarily just so I can roll it around. Haha, sits higher than the Jeep did. Gonna have to do something about that.
Picked these up too.
I have always wanted to hang my tools up.. So I did.
Got busy last night.
Patch panel for later use.
All fitted up, I am by no means a body guy nor a good welder, but I did as best as I could. Small imperfections I'm not happy with but oh well, it was my very first patch panel job. And with an under powered gasless flux core mig.
Last edited by considerik; 02-25-2012 at 03:46 PM.
You've got balls to do that with flux, especially stitching it instead of spots
Real name is Matysik not Matt or any other thing you guys conjure up
Local 601 Union Steamfitter, have questions about anything pipe related? Shoot me a PM and I'll help you out with any questions that you may have.
As far as updates...I don't have many. I got lazy, and broke.. in other words...I found a woman...
I cleaned up the welds, fiber-glassed, packed the new bearings, installed races, and started assembling the rear brakes, but I am missing a few parts like the adjusters as well as the top bracket. So I am at a stand still at the moment.
Basically just waiting on the weather to warm up so I can start painting. Almost have everything I need except the calipers and fuel pump.
I'm stoked to see more work getting done. Coming from a painter/body guy- your repairs look great especially for a first try and using flux. I've seen worse work come from experienced guys with proper tooling. Keep it up man! You gonna makr it down to sowo by chance?