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Go with the IMG tags on photobucket. They will display

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Here I will help.  Just so I can see them also.  LOL

 

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Haha thanks Charlie! I don't post pics often enough to remember how to do it.

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Nice job on your 720! 

 

Is that a factory paint color?

 

What radiator is that ? 

 

Where did you buy it?

 

And is that a stock shroud on it?

 

Oh and you are welcome.

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You can buy that radiator on ebay and yeah its made to use the stock shroud. Just waiting to get mine. haha

 

Color combo looks tight.

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Well Charlie Guam671 pretty much summed it up hahaha

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Inspirational. Where did you run the wire tuck out of the cab?

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After looking at the first couple of pics, I was wondering who in their right mind would paint an engine pumpkin orange, but then when I scrolled down further I saw the rest of the truck.

 

Looks really nice.

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nissan boy: i ran the wires through the fender and the underside of the front

 

stoffregen: hahaha thank you!! and its hemi orange to be exact. i did use a wire wheel, wasnt very time consuming either

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I have been playing with a tumbler for cleaning small parts and hardware. I haven't gotten it perfected yet, but so far the best results are good as new, but the hardware has to be clean before it goes into the machine. That takes a lot of time.

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i never got to use a tumbler before, i always use to let them sit in degreaser for a while and then wire wheel them

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If I have to use the wire wheel, I use the frayed edge of the wheel and gently kiss the fastener so as to not destroy the plating.

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Damn nice looking 720 engine bay!! You have hours and hours in details invested. Kinda surprised you didn't opt for the cast alum valve cover..... That is a great color......Chrysler red my usual standard. I have pondered how to hide the steel hard lines that run across the firewall.

Here I will help.  Just so I can see them also.  LOL

 

WP_20150509_0241.jpg

 

WP_20150509_0281.jpg

 

WP_20150518_0021.jpg

 

WP_20150518_0031.jpg

 

WP_20150518_0041.jpg

 

 

After looking at the first couple of pics, I was wondering who in their right mind would paint an engine pumpkin orange, but then when I scrolled down further I saw the rest of the truck.

 

Looks really nice.

 

 

nissan boy: i ran the wires through the fender and the underside of the front

 

stoffregen: hahaha thank you!! and its hemi orange to be exact. i did use a wire wheel, wasnt very time consuming either

 

 

If I have to use the wire wheel, I use the frayed edge of the wheel and gently kiss the fastener so as to not destroy the plating.

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Thanks Harlow426!! To be honest it didn't take too long to accomplish all that. I didn't think about hiding the brake lines but now that you mention it haha

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WOW! That is one clean engine compartment. Looks like brand new.

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Haha even brand new outta the factory wouldn't look that clean ;)

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does that radiator make the truck run cooler?i am considering ordering one.just want to know if it will make my truck run cooler than the stock radiator

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It has made a difference since I have had it. I highly recommend it! It gets to over 110 out here in Vegas and on those days when I'm cruising around I never see the temp needle go past the half way point

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