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Old 07-10-2011, 05:25 PM   #181
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Front looks a little wide doesn't it??? Wonder what it will look like with the front fenders back on. . .hopefully I'll know soon!

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Old 07-10-2011, 06:08 PM   #182
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Old 07-10-2011, 06:51 PM   #183
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Thanks. . .pulled the brake calipers off all four corners today to get them cleaned up. . .I didn't paint them before and they are all rusty. Since I'm putting new lines on, I might as well get everything all cleaned up and pretty!
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Old 07-10-2011, 09:09 PM   #184
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Thanks. . .pulled the brake calipers off all four corners today to get them cleaned up. . .I didn't paint them before and they are all rusty. Since I'm putting new lines on, I might as well get everything all cleaned up and pretty!
I agree. I have been painting as I went on my cj. Looks good now anyway.
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Old 07-10-2011, 11:07 PM   #185
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Yeah. . .my hands are all purple. . .I've been using Eastwood's Rust Converter after I wire brush all the calipers (I used this on the axle housings well. . .worked great on 40 yr. old axle housings). . .reminds me of the vac-tan that I used while I was in the Navy. . .

. . .anyway, I've got two black calipers and two rusty calipers. . .I will have foru black calipers tomorrow and then I will prime and paint them all on Tuesday and remount them. . .another hour and a half of removing wheel lug nuts, pulling wheels/tires, replacing tires/wheels, and replacing wheel lug nuts. . .Whooo!!! Hard work all by yourself!!!
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Old 07-12-2011, 08:56 AM   #186
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Loving that truck, but is the eastwood rust converter able to take the heat of the brakes just curious as my brake drums on my yj are really rusty, possible work to be done in the future.
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The rust converter is like the vac-tan I used to use back when I was in the Navy. . .we used it on steam systems so I wouldn't worry about it. . .

. . .plus it's just a bottom coat, prime over it with a high-heat primer, then paint it with brake caliper paint; this is what I'm doing. . .

. . .when you use the Rust Converter the metal turns a blackish-purple. . .just converts the rust from the red, loose, flaky form of oxide into the black tightly adhered type of oxide, very similar to black oxide fasteners.
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The rust converter is like the vac-tan I used to use back when I was in the Navy. . .we used it on steam systems so I wouldn't worry about it. . .

. . .plus it's just a bottom coat, prime over it with a high-heat primer, then paint it with brake caliper paint; this is what I'm doing. . .

. . .when you use the Rust Converter the metal turns a blackish-purple. . .just converts the rust from the red, loose, flaky form of oxide into the black tightly adhered type of oxide, very similar to black oxide fasteners.
Oh alright as I have seen some paints not being able to withstand high temperatures, like my motorcycle frame paint boiled off around my exhaust headers, which led me to think if whether or not a rust converter can withstand the high heat. I've still never used a rust converter yet, but your truck is probably in higher need of it than a YJ . Thanks for that info.
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Old 07-12-2011, 09:46 PM   #189
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Shouldn't have been. . .I put the calipers on brand new, but I just didn't paint them first. . .DOH!!!
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Old 07-13-2011, 10:34 AM   #190
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Wow! I read just about every post on this thread and I salute you! I couldn't imagine trying to attempt a project like this. It is looking great.

Would you be able to re-post your original pics? Referring back to your original posts (in which I assume you provided pics of how it looked when you purchased it), those pics "are no longer available."

Would like to see what it looked like.
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Old 07-13-2011, 06:55 PM   #191
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Hmmm. . .don't know why that would happen. . .let me see if I can get them reposted.

Thanks for letting me know.
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Old 07-13-2011, 07:00 PM   #192
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The pic's are still up on my threads in the other Jeep forums. . .here are the links, that way you can check the pic's out now while I get the pic's re-posted here. . .wondering if there is a picture limit on this forum???

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Old 07-13-2011, 07:23 PM   #193
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Took a look. Wow again!

Out of curiosity (I have no knowledge of the vehicle at all), is that double fan setup stock, or did the previous owner do some creative cooling modification?
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Previous owner did some creative cooling modifications. . .the fans don't really fit the radiator (too wide) and it took some creative mounting on my part to get them mounted up where they were adequately supported. . .

. . .it's another area that I'm looking at changing either now or in the near future. . .either increasing the radiator size (after I see how much room there is once I get the front fenders back on. . .this would be preferred, can't really have too much cooling) or going down to one large fan (or maybe reducing the size of the dual fans. . .this would require using some smaller OEM fans from another vehicle because I haven't found any fans small enough to fit the current radiator with a dual set-up).

Off to paint my calipers, mow the lawn, and work on some other stuff on the truck!
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Old 07-16-2011, 03:49 PM   #195
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Yeah!!! I think I found the problem with my brake system!!!



I got all four calipers cleaned and painted (along with the new master cylinder) this week (gotta keep them from getting all rusty this time around). . .so I pulled the old master cylinder/vacuum booster/pedal assembly off the Willy's to swap them over. When I pulled the old master cylinder I found what I'm hoping is the only problem with my assembly. . .the recess in the master cylinder piston face on the old MC was the deep one and I had a short pushrod on the vacuum booster; the new MC has a shallow recess in the piston face so the short push-rod should work. . .



. . .I'm getting ready to bench bleed the new MC now so I should be able to find out pretty quick. Nice to have some forward progress even if it doesn't change the way anything looks!!!
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Old 07-16-2011, 09:07 PM   #196
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Got everything all mocked up today. . .just need to put teflon tape on the NPT joints and tighten everything down and I should have a functioning brake system (at least from a hydraulic point of view) first thing in the morning.

Yeah!!!
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Old 07-17-2011, 12:22 PM   #197
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Here are some pic's of the freshly painted master cylinder/booster combo and calipers. .











. . ..getting ready to go bleed the brake system right now.
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Old 07-17-2011, 02:25 PM   #198
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Looks good. Those came out better than mine. I hear ya on the progress that's not very visible. Little wins help keep the spirit up....at least for me.

How close till you are on test driving?
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Gotta run to O'Reilly right now and grab two 3/8"-24 female to 1/8" NPT male fittings and then I will be bleeding the brakes. . .

. . .after that I've gotta get the engine timing right and get it fired up. . .so I'm hoping by the end of next week to having it moving and stopping under it's own power.

Can't forget about finishing up the steering box mount either, but all my parts came in on Thursday. . .so hopefully that doesn't take very long to button up either.
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Old 07-17-2011, 05:33 PM   #200
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Yea!!! The brake system all the Willy's is all buttoned up and bled. . .seems like there is pressure in the system. . .now I just need a brake pedal to put on the brake lever arm so there is something to stomp on besides the lever arm itself.
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. . .got all the new brake stuff on, the lines bled, and pressure in the lines. . .

. . .got they power steering mount mocked up. . .have to weld everything up now. . .but time has been hard to find. Seems like I'm behind on everything this year!!!
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I'm really sorry about the sporadic updates on this project, but my life has been utterly chaotic over the past year. . .



. . .here's som whole body pic's of the Willy's moved in front of the new house so I can weld on it (no 220 power in the garage yet. . .so I have to go off of the dryer outlet inside the house)















Sorry for the glare on this one, but it's funny. . .my friend Johnny came over and helped me move it since the steering isn't hooked up and it makes his RX-8 so TINY!!!



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It's looking totally bad-ass!
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Looking good!
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Old 09-09-2011, 01:50 PM   #205
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The new house is flippin awesome!

The willy's is pretty cool too My dad's got a '55 sittin out behind his garage, but he's not a jeep guy, so the extent of his efforts has been replacing the points and plug wires and driving it in parades n stuff (grrrr). Gonna hafta send him a link to the thread and maybe he'll purty it up a little more...

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Old 09-09-2011, 07:18 PM   #207
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Thanks guys. . .good motivation to get it finished!!!
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Hopefully I'll get to work on the steering some more this weekend.
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Well it's getting towards the end of the year, the weather is starting to get chilly, and it's gonna start raining by the end of October up here so I guess that's my motivation to get my butt back in gear on this project. . .



. . .along those lines I picked up what I hope is the solution to my steering box mounting problems, an outside the frame Toyota steering box. Saw one on my friends '92 Toyota pick-up and I thought "That's perfect!" So I hopped on Craigslist and found one. . .this should make it way easier to mount a steering box on this thing. Plus it will be easier to reinforce and gusset the frame with the box mounted on the outside of the frame and the only modifications I should need to make will be to shorten the steering shaft, possibly by a different splined end for the steering shaft (I haven't measured the Toyota box input shaft or counted the splines yet), and probably make a different drag link.



Hopefully I will have it all mounted up by the end of the month. . .then it's on to getting the engine running, hopefully by the end of October.
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Spent most of the evening staring at my new Toyota steering box, then staring at the Willy's frame, then back at the steering box trying to decide where the best place to mount the steering box would be. . .



. . .I finally decided on a spot that only requires me to drill one additional hole in the frame. I also located the 17mm x 36 spline u-joint (someone on another forum sent me a link to Woodward steering and they have exactly what I need). So, all I have to do is buy a U-joint, a weld-splined stud, a new threaded steering shaft support bung (for the steering shaft support rod-end since I will be shortening and rerouting the steering shaft. . .a good thing I think. . .a shorter steering shaft will be sturdier in my opinion and now the steering shaft stays above the frame for it's entire length), some new tubing and threaded tubing adapters for a new drag link.



The new steering box location also will allow me to run a high steer, crossover set-up instead of a a traditionally located inverted "T" set-up. . .I wanted to run a high steer, crossover from the beginning so I'm happy about this. Additionally the steering box will no longer be hanging out at the front of the frame. . .it will be much less vunerable in the new location.



So far the only downside to the new steering box and steering box location is that I will be limited to ~5 1/2" - 6" of suspension compression or else there is the potential for the leaf spring plate to contact the pitman arm depending on the the wheel orientation at the time of compression, but so far I'm willing to make that trade-off compared to what I was working with before.



I'll take some pic's one the new hardware comes in and I have everything mocked up. . .I will try to get a pic of the new steering box and mounting location posted by this weekend.

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