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    I've done the modified stock harness and installed, for lack of a better word, "Painless Style" (prewired fusebox with labeled wires somewhat bundled where they need to go) harnesses. The worrier in me hates doing the modified stock harness (I'm relieved John sold his 1200 before THAT wiring nightmare came back to bite me!). The prewired fusebox style is my favorite but for some reason I didn't want to go that route on this project... aaaand I just remembered what that reason was, and need to have my ass kicked. See, this car used to have an actual Painless Wiring switch box running a lot of the vital systems. I was going to reuse that but... well, things slowly went awry without my noticing until, literally, just now. Ok, so I'm not the brightest elevator in the load of bricks... or something like that.
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    Now I need to go back & see if I can find that building (behind the transporter). I think I saw it when I was there.
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    Nothing prettier than a shiny flathead! 🤩
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    The Stone,Woods & Cooke car!
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    Leaf springs removed and notches cut... Leaf springs reinstalled underneath the axle... Ran out of time to install these so they are up next...
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    A roll of red and a roll of black, 10ga CCA arrived today. I think 12ga CCA for the rest is the right way to go... Eleven rolls, of different colors, will be arriving next week. THAT means in a couple months, I may start actually wiring this thing!
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    more updates! Drivers side was completed and then the car was road tested by Eric to make sure there was no rubbing. Can't wait to get the car back 😁 Untitled by five1oh2010, on Flickr Untitled by five1oh2010, on Flickr Untitled by five1oh2010, on Flickr Untitled by five1oh2010, on Flickr Untitled by five1oh2010, on Flickr Untitled by five1oh2010, on Flickr Untitled by five1oh2010, on Flickr
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    Thanks so much, just what I was looking for! 🙏
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    This one even had one of the JP employee ID badges and a pair of aviator sunglasses in the glovebox. And about an inch of snow on the seats.
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    IMG_9014 by Chuck Most, on Flickr
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    I agree, the slot is there to prevent water intrusion into the cab. I'm fine with whatever design is used but ultimately the end product should have the slot. Also, if nobody objects, whoever it is that ends up sending in the sample should take lead and in communicating with the manufacturer's POC.
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    My DE is also a '93 S13 and runs rich as well. Ive gone thru everything and replaced a boatload of parts "just to be safe" and it still runs rich. I think it is the lack of smog equipment. It does not throw any codes except 14 because I dont have the vehicle speed sensor from the 240SX but I dont think that is it. I am considering getting a Jim Wolfe custom ECU to see if I can tune it out. The engine runs great. Idle is perfect...Cant figure it out...
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    http://motormasterpowersports.com/atv-utv/staked-in-u-joint-430-9 Check this out these from Rockford Driveline.
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    Never met an "enthusiasts" that wanted a convertible 510...
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    Whatever you do, make sure the pedal has a good 1/16" free play before it starts actuating the master cylinder. Bad things can happen if it is preloading the master. Also, I believe there is an adjustment on the opposite side of the pedal box for pedal height adjustment. So two adjusters on the pedal. One at the firewall side and one at the steering wheel side.
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    All welded up!! Soon....................... Untitled by five1oh2010, on Flickr Untitled by five1oh2010, on Flickr Untitled by five1oh2010, on Flickr
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    It has two holes in it; one for the steering column and one for the shift column.
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    bananahamuck: thanks for the pix, love the blue 620 with the double cab and external bedsides. i so wanted to go. maybe in march the 620 will be there
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    I moved back to McComb in mid 84. Man I miss those days.
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    Don't ask them about a listing if it isn't theirs, they might just take issue with that. Tell them you want to re-jet a carb you already have to work on the engine you have. Phone calls get a lot better results than e-mails, or just looking at someone's list of jets.
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    Like bilzbobaggins i think the windshields all through the 620 series are interchangeable, at least I'm counting on it. The rear window size is different between the standard cab and king cab though. Don
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    lol its the same story here! it always surprises people that they still exist.
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    Cool, I have to go up Jackson to the Doctor next Tuesday but may not have time to connect with you cause I'll be tight on time but would be great to meet in person.
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    Ha ha. Rather have the purple limo.
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    You could say that. Or you could say a $20 tip (okay “gift”). Point is, why should a server make more just because the food is over priced? If this server served a good breakfast, tip like it was a fancy restaurant. Means waaay more to the server, and feels better too. I tip based on server. If they make me want to return, I make them hope I do.
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    There are sources for most old car, old tech applications, but the rubber usually sucks. The ones I need are for EFI wiring harnesses with huge connector housings. The quality of the rubber issue - why can't the aftermarket figure this out? Fork boots on my Triumph Bonneville are a good example. The original ones lasted about 20 years, but the new replacements break apart after only a year or two at the most.
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    A 510, 10 cases of fruit, a fire hydrant, a sidecar and rider, a moving train car full of nondescript white liquid, a 1st gen Mustang, a Mach I Mustang, and what ever POS car the other guy was driving. Sound was the last thing I noticed.
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    This is the worst sound dubbed car chase ever. A 510 gave itself up for this chase scene.
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    Pic of our resident Salt Flat Racer...
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    Start a channel...we'll all add to it...and you'll be rich from the ads!!!
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    Also, leaf springs setup for travel can use a longer shackle, you want to make sure it sits at about a 45 deg angle at ride height for proper spring travel. Strut tubes can also be lengthened easier than they can be shortened, with a sleeve.
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    Fixed my gasoline filling problem, and I now have two filler necks on my tank. It is almost a pleasure putting fuel in my wagon now..
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