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67 WRL411 SSS project in Texas


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I’m using 20ga.  I bought a Vulcan 215 from HF. $1200 all in with gas but it will pay for itself on this protect.  I’m sure this is a common problem, driver seat rear mounting floor plan hole gave in. Welded a metal patch underneath then welded the fatigued metal on top. q4Kd6Lo.jpg

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Very Nice !! How bout a couple of those eggs for breakfast ?? I'll take two; over easy with a good verde, an English muffin w/real dairy  butter & four strips of bacon !! 7:15 CST too early ??

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Very Nice !! How bout a couple of those eggs for breakfast ?? I'll take two; over easy with a good verde, an English muffin w/real dairy  butter & four strips of bacon !! 7:15 CST too early ??

U missed my wallet. Has about $160 in it. 

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Be careful welding layers of steel together. They can trap moisture between the layers. A better way would have been to weld the patch on and then cut the old steel out at the weld seams. An even better way would have  been to cut the hole and patch the same size and only weld in the patch.

 

I think back to some of the metal replacement I did in the past, and wish I could do those jobs over with the knowledge I have gained since then. I worry that some of those old jobs are going to rust...

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19 minutes ago, Greaser2 said:

U missed my wallet. Has about $160 in it. 

Yup !!

 

I wouldn't make a good pickpocket !!

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36 minutes ago, Stoffregen Motorsports said:

Be careful welding layers of steel together. They can trap moisture between the layers. A better way would have been to weld the patch on and then cut the old steel out at the weld seams. An even better way would have  been to cut the hole and patch the same size and only weld in the patch.

 

I think back to some of the metal replacement I did in the past, and wish I could do those jobs over with the knowledge I have gained since then. I worry that some of those old jobs are going to rust...

Yea, I agree. I was trying to reinforce at the same time is why two layers. 

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If you can't find a correct horizontally striped delete plate, use an after market [non DIN] radio with vaguely horizontal grid marks.  See my avatar for the correct RL411 radio delete plate.

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On 6/16/2020 at 5:23 PM, difrangia said:

Very Nice !! How bout a couple of those eggs for breakfast ?? I'll take two; over easy with a good verde, an English muffin w/real dairy  butter & four strips of bacon !! 7:15 CST too early ??

What? No country gravy?? That's a staple in Oklahoma....

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5 hours ago, vicdat said:

What? No country gravy?? That's a staple in Oklahoma....

Vicdat

 

Wifey makes the best in the world. Period !! 'Blue & Gold' sausage, loads of fresh onions, garlic, and a medium Szechuan pepper. Cook the flour till it's dark brown before you add the milk/cream/water.

 

I will virtually never eat gravy in a restaurant or cafe. Tastes like flour paste and basically is.

 

That French Matra is an interesting toy.

 

 

 

 

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On ‎7‎/‎8‎/‎2020 at 1:42 PM, Greaser2 said:

I can’t see your avatar well enough but is this one correct 

 

 

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Not quite.  The 411 delete plate has horizontal stripes, this one is plain in the spaces above and below the DATSUN banner.  Probably a 521 plate.

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