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Old 12-28-2018, 01:02 PM   #121
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nice read and great build..... can't wait to see it finished

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Going to modify this driveshaft. It's from a Ford super duty. I chose this shaft because it has 1410 u-joints which is what I'm going to run on my Jeep. It was only $225 so I think I will save money over buying a custom one
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I've shortened quite a few now myself. Not that bad of a job to do at home. I have had my square body up to 90 with a shaft I shortened and no vibrations.
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No, pics tonight but more of the same stuff. I started wet sanding the tailgate and hood with 600 grit. This is important because it makes the surface perfectly smooth and it shows every imperfection because the surface is so smooth.

Once I get these body panels absolutely perfectly sanded I am going to hit them one more time with epoxy to seal everything up, because i cut through it a few times. Then I am going to spray the high build urethane primer. Block that down with a final 800 grit. Then they will be ready for color. I hate my life this shit is so time consuming.
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The paint scheme has changed a little bit. It would have cost me well over $1,500 to paint the Jeep how I wanted to and I would never be able to touch up the paint because of the kandy. So I have switched it up a little bit. The paint on this is still going to be wild... The tailgate and a few other parts may get painted next weekend.
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Old 01-17-2019, 08:03 PM
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The final "color" is a mix between these two colors. I would paint the final coat of primer on the tailgate tonight. But there is a 69 Camaro in the booth.

Edit: don't be discouraged, there is going to be more to this paint job than just some single stage paint.
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Old 01-19-2019, 05:28 PM
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Worked on the hood today. The epoxy that went down didn't lay very well. There are a bunch of small pin holes that showed their faces when I wet sanded the hood with 600 grit. As well as a lot of low spots

So I marked everything I need to to address and got to it.

And here is the paint color
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Got the flake and clear coat in today, so we a cooking now. The metal flake is actually just glitter... They just give it a cool name so us men will think it's cool.

Saying the your going to spray glitter all over your car doesn't really sound to appealing.

Anyway the flake matches the color very well so they should go together really good. Going to try do a spray out ASAP
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That sure is some fancy glitter. 😁
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Old 01-26-2019, 08:43 PM
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Hood, Tailgate, Fenders, and Grill have all been sprayed in the final coats of Epoxy and High Build Primer today.

I will try to prep them all this week at work for Color, Flake and Clear next weekend.

Making progress. Having the Jeep down at the shop and chipping away at this thing was definitely they right thing to do. There is no way I could ever have finished this thing up at my fathers garage.

Once I get all these body panels finished i'm going to move on to fabbing up a rear tire carrier. Should take me a few hours to do that. Then I can get started on the body work for that quarter panel armor. That should take me about 10 minutes HAHA. Then I can do the windshield.

I am not planning on painting the doors anytime soon. I dont need them to be street legal and they require extensive welding and repair to get them right. I need to get the essential things painted and matching so I can get on to wiring.

The body work on the Jeep is probably going to take me two to three weeks. I need to fill in all the holes in the firewall. Remove a bunch of bed lining in the tub, fab up some fenderwell extensions to cover up the coilovers. Apply a little bit of mud to the body and probably some misc stuff I cant remember.

The wiring is going to be very straight forward and should take me 2-3 days to complete

Then I will have make all the brake lines. That will take a day or two depending on how motivated I am to finished it.

Then I need to fix the pinion angle of the rear axle. Buy a new flange yoke for my NP205 transfer case. Get my driveshaft made, install my rear gears, finished fabbing up rear diff cover that I never did.

hook up fuel system, plumb lines

hook up throttle linkage

hook up hydraulic clutch

add gussets to rear suspension coilover hoops and bump stops.

put the jeep back together and add shag carpet.

SO MUCH TO DO SO LITTLE TIME!!! I want this thing driving by April. I want it on the road by MAY.
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Metal flake is a NO GO! The flake doesn't look good on a flat color. I think it would need to be a metallic color in order to achieve.the desired effect I'm going for. It looks good from a distance but the problem is that it looks like sand in the paint when you looks closely at it, since a single color with no contrast.

The only way to fix this is to add more flake to the intercoat clear, essentially turning my Jeep into a glitter bomb. Not the effect I was going after. I could possibly add metallics to my paint but I don't know how well that would work out.

I like the color blue I have for the Jeep so I'm just going to spray it with that and bury it in 5 heavy coats or clear. Then sand that clear down and spray one more heavy wet coat of clear (flow coating) and call it a day.

I'm kind of glad that I'm not going to spray glitter because it is very difficult to keep everything clean... And glitter just gets everywhere, it's glitter. I also need to finish this project and making everything more complicated is drawing this thing out. I'm coming up on two years here soon.
I did take some pictures so you can see what I was working with.
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I think it looks just fine in the pictures. I am sure that it looks a lot different in person though. It is your Jeep, if you think it works better without then get to spraying.
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Yes, what Daddy said, I really like the sample color as well
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Eat your heart out boys, Got some stuff painted.

When I paint I like to start out with a light coat, then subsequently lay down heavier coats. This helps to prevent dry spots and orange peel in the paint. However, when laying down heavy coats you are more prone to runs in the paint and that is exactly what happened to me.

So i need to sand down a few areas and re-spray them. Then go over them with clear. But the paint laid down incredibly smooth. Is looks like a mirror without any fine sanding or cut/buffing. I was so excited by how good it looks.

Im going to sand down the hood with some 600 grit just to rough up the surface and remove all the runs. Then im going to hit it with one more coat of color, then three coats of clear.

Your girl will be able to do her make-up in this paint by the time im done with it.
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That did lay down really nice.
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That did lay down really nice.
You know what the funny thing was. Spraying it was the easy part. All the hours I put into the god damn hood to make it perfect is why it looks so good It was so difficult to get right.

My uncle warned me that this would be the most time consuming part of the project and he wasn't kidding. But again, having access to mess around with the jeep daily for a few hours really speeds this thing up. Getting home at 2200 everynight and waking up for work at 0630 kind of stinks. However I made my bed and now I gotta sleep in it.

I can't wait to get this entire thing in color. When I came into the shop today and saw everything dry I was so excited. The further along I get the more motivated I become.

I definitely hit that wall half way through this build. I'm not sure if anyone else here experienced it with a big build or project but it's tough to get over that hump. I know once I finish all the paint on this I will be cruising down hill.

I almost don't want to finish this thing. This build is all i've eat, slept, and breathed for the past 2 years... I can't believe its been almost two years since I ripped this thing apart. I don't want to discourage anyone who is thinking about doing something like this, but hopefully your wife is as understanding as mine is. Because I've sacrificed a lot to get here.
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Feb 24th 2017 Is the official build start date for this project. I just looked back at my calendar.

Although I began collecting parts and working on them before that date. Yesterday two years ago is when I pulled the body off my Jeep, cancelled my registration, and didn't look back.
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It took me 4 years for the bulk of my build. Of course my kids were little then and involved in everything. I was one of those parents that was involved as well. I was their baseball coach and Cub Scout leader so my garage time was a bit limited. I had a couple moments of lack of ambition I guess where I didn't work on it for a couple months at a time. Getting the see at least some of it in final color is certainly a great motivator to push on.
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Tonights update comes from the shop. I chipped the hood on Monday night unfortunately. So last night I got to fixing it. Tonight I'm wet sanding the hood to remove the runs and prepare the hood for clear coat.

It is tentative if I will be working on the Jeep tomorrow due to a storm. But we will see what happens.
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Wow.... I thought I heard someone swearing off in the distance over the weekend. We are only a few hundred miles apart. This whole thing is for you to learn some things right? I suppose touch up is a new skill you have.
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placed a very large order with summit racing about a week ago so that stuff should get in today. Also got some used electrical autometer gauges off facebook marketplace. So im starting to get everything I need to get this thing running and driving.

I also started working on the body. I was in the shop until 2300 last night. I hate removing rhino lining. The more I remove the more rust I find under it. It looks like it was never applied properly in most places. That is what im going to be working on all week. Removing all this crap.

I will NEVER rhino line anything but a truck bed after this. If there is on thing that makes me want to walk away from this project its this. This sucks, but ill get through it
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Fuel surge tank is in! I bought this off eBay from someone in Singapore who manufacturers them. Appears to be fantastic quality at a fair price. I went to Singapore on my first deployment and it is very nice there. Nothing like China, and expensive.

I need to use an electric fuel pump because I'm running EFI on my engine. However an electronic fuel pump cannot pull fuel up 18in out of my fuel tank. So my solution is to run a surge tank under the hood that the mechanical fuel pump feeds. The electronic fuel pump will then pull fuel down out of the surge tank and push it into the EFI system. The return line from the EFI we'll run back to the surge tank to prevent any gas starvation or air pockets.

I'm going to do a pressure test on the tank. I am also wrapping the headers in the exhaust to reduce engine bay temperatures. I will not run a vent valve for the surge tank. The surge tank will be able to vent into the gas tank through the return line.
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Seems more complicated than it needs to be. I am running a cheapo E2000 pump that pulls fuel just fine out of my RCI 2161. I am sure it will work fine, but just seems overly complicated.
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Making some new inner fender wells tonight out of 18ga.

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Fuel surge tank is in! I bought this off eBay from someone in Singapore who manufacturers them. Appears to be fantastic quality at a fair price. I went to Singapore on my first deployment and it is very nice there. Nothing like China, and expensive.

I need to use an electric fuel pump because I'm running EFI on my engine. However an electronic fuel pump cannot pull fuel up 18in out of my fuel tank. So my solution is to run a surge tank under the hood that the mechanical fuel pump feeds. The electronic fuel pump will then pull fuel down out of the surge tank and push it into the EFI system. The return line from the EFI we'll run back to the surge tank to prevent any gas starvation or air pockets.

I'm going to do a pressure test on the tank. I am also wrapping the headers in the exhaust to reduce engine bay temperatures. I will not run a vent valve for the surge tank. The surge tank will be able to vent into the gas tank through the return line.
On boats they use low pressure fuel pump to supply high pressure pump, there is also a vapor separator tank on high pressure similar to what you are doing key is to get all the air out of the system. I built few high performance marine engines and used areomotive A1000 pump with regulator and returned the fuel back to a fuel water separator no low pressure pump was needed.
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I made the transmission tunnel tonight. Took me about 4 hours to make. I've always wanted to hand form a piece of metal. I watched all those motorcycle and car shows growing up and thinking to myself that I would make a great fabricator. So it's cool that I finally get to hand form sheet metal. I spent about 2 hours beating on this mofo with a hammer and dolly. As well as bending it with my hands to get the shape I was after. Overall I'm happy with the result. It looks factory and all I need to do is buy and English Wheel to make it perfectly smooth. I don't think that will happen though.

The third picture is of the new rear inner fender wells I made. I still need to fit them in the Jeep. I will probably work on that on Saturday. I am not sure how long it will take me to get them fitted. I'm pretty new to this stuff so I'm kind of just learning as I go.

Once I get these pieces welded on to the tub and weld in all the extra holes in the tub that have been made over the years I'll be ready to paint this SOB!!!

WHAT! ARE YOU KIDDING ME! ILL BE READY TO PAINT THIS!?!? I'm super excited to paint the tub. Because once it has been painted I'll bolt on all the other parts and this ****ING THING WILL LOOK LIKE A ****ING JEEP AGAIN!!!

Anyway that's all for this Thursday night. I have a long day at work tomorrow so I won't be able to touch this until Saturday.
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Nice. I know the more I play with forming metal the more I enjoy it. I made a wheel arch a while back by hammering one side of some 16 ga angle. It was pretty cool to see that curve take shape using nothing but a hammer and an old sledge hammer head locked in the vise.
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Got one inner fender well put in place. It took me a long time to get this right. The bottom lip has flare on it. basically to make a cleaner weld and reduce the chance to blow through the metal when welding.

I was going to put some more work into this thing today but I've been having issues with my back. I finally got to see the physical therapist today to help me so hopefully it gets better. Doc is still trying to figure out what's broken but I had to take the day off. Some days are better than others but I've ditched my boots in favor of my running sneakers at the shop.

Back pain is not joke.
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Also started the exhaust. This has all been welded up.
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