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MARKHAM, ONT

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New firewall coming together.

 

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Got the wiper motor and cruise control in the cubby as well.

AC bolts to the back of it.

 

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Just gorgeous work Jari. Absolutely stunning.

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Thanks Jim.

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Incredible workmanship Jari... I love what you do brother..

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Thanks Guys.

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Geez Jari, you certainly have made excellent use of all this spare time. Your metal work is stunning.

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Thanks. I wish I had the time a lot of others do. Stuck working still.

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Looks fantastic Pugsy! I'm guessing that the center piece will be latched/removable? Unique idea,haven't seen it done before.


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Lightspeed Mike wrote:

Looks fantastic Pugsy! I'm guessing that the center piece will be latched/removable? Unique idea,haven't seen it done before.


 

Thanks.

Yes, removable. Need to figure out a good method to attach it. Thinking Dzus fasteners.

 



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Wiper motor in action:

 



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That's the same wiper unit I installed on my '40 last week. It's tricky getting the cable all greased up and installed without getting grease all over. 
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I love grease....oh, and anti seize. I never get a drop on my hands...ha.....

I read that a fellow had his grease dry up in his wiper unit. Not sure which grease to use at this point. I'll think about it in another 5 years or so when it's time to assemble the car.



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Anti seize HA I love and hate that stuff. We used lots of that at work. I learned about 35 years ago how to or not to use that stuff.
The thing is with the wipers I very rarely use mine. I'm a rain X guy even on my daily driver. Not sure if it was a good idea or not but I pushed a little plastic cap on the end of the last tube after the second transmission. I just thought I don't want any grease dripping out.
I'm using up parts I had bought over the years. This wiper kit I had bought so long ago it came with a VHS instruction tape.
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Wow, VHS instructions. Good thing you used the kit up.
I do stuff like that. End up not using stuff I bought.


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5 more years ? The patience of Jobe. And I know you don't rush things either. Another great tutor to learn from.

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