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01-06-2013, 08:23 PM #1791
Found out the projectors I mounted into my fog lights are too hot for the shrouds I built. The heat from the projectors melted both shrouds. On one side, the shroud fell off and is just sitting in the light housing now and the shroud on the other side just has a hole melted in it.
2008 FORD F350. My new all-around truck.
2001 Silverado Reg. Cab Not-So-Base -- SOLD
2003 Avalanche Z71. No Cladding. Check out my Mod thread. - Crashed. Will be rebuilt soon.
1974 Triumph Spitfire 1500 - Work in Progress
2003 Sierra 3500 Duramax. The Newer, Better Work Truck -- FOR SALE
01-06-2013, 10:27 PM #1792
I installed an auxiliary cord from the back of my iSimple and then I cleaned my whole truck. Now I just need to buy a little cap to make the hole I drilled look cleaner and more professional looking. I also took some pictures of the I simple that I installed in my truck a few months ago. I thought I took some pictures of it before but I didn't so here you go. The best part about the iSimple to me is that its never in my way. I'm not as pleased with the auxiliary cord but I had no other choice as it was so short and it came with the iSimple and takes a certain connection to work. All in all I think it looks alright
They keep saying the right person will come. I think mine is my truck.
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01-10-2013, 06:31 PM #1793
Replaced the bulb in the driver's side fog light housing.
01-10-2013, 06:34 PM #1794
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Installed new bulbs in the tail lights, wow does it make a diffrence really bright and the whole housing lights up like it is suppose to.
1996 Chevy Tahoe LT 5.7L V8 4X4 205,000+ miles. Built proudly at Janesville Assembly in Janesville, Wisconsin
Basic mods: Lights all over, bunch of electrical work, and a couple cooling mods.
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01-10-2013, 06:43 PM #1795
drove it back from visiting minnesota. beyond that nothing. tomorrow its gonna get a bath!
2011 GMC Sierra SLE 5.3 Z71 4X4 Stealth Gray Metallic / 2004 Chevy Impala LS 3.8 Cappuccino
Tow mirrors - Diablew Tuned - Flowmaster Regular 40 - Ready Lift 2.5' lift - BFG LT A/T K/Os - Carr Light Wing - TruckLite LED lights - Optima Red Top - 50% Front Window Tint - Line-X bedliner - Airaid MIT - Tekonsha P2 - ARS Billet Grill - Fia custom fit seat covers
01-10-2013, 11:44 PM #1796
Hmmmm, Let's see, Topped off the coolant, trans fluid, and transfer case oil, took off and cleaned the front grill, finish fabricating the new front cross member, finished running the wiring under the hood, painting the lower part of the doors, installed the airbox, and a few other stuff!'88 Jimmy 4X4
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4" Lift 33" BFG. Custom Brush Guard, KCs, outside spare, Oil pan guard etc.
01-13-2013, 11:44 PM #1797
I worked on my engine driven compressor/on board air project, today (Saturday), and did the following:
- Determined mount location for my custom Bussmann relay box
- Revised auxiliary battery cabling to allow for mounting in my chosen location
- Tested to make sure I didn't bork anything while re-cabling!
- Constructed a bracket template for use in fabricating a 1/8" steel bracket to hold the Bussmann relay box
- Determined the lenghts for the main positive and negative cables to the Bussmann relay box and then created and connected these to the relay box so that it's ready for bolt-in when the bracket fabrication and painting is complete
- Installed EasyID fuses in the relay box (10amp for my rear LEDS, 15 amp for the front LEDs, and 20 amp for the compressor clutch)
- Determined mount and bolt-up location for the coalescing filter and commenced bracket planning for the filter
- Determined mount and bolt-up location for the under-hood manifold and commenced bracket planning for the manifold
- Ordered a portable air tank manifold with an inlet valve in order to pressure test my tanks prior to mounting in their carrier, next week
I need to get my LEDs installed at the nose and tail of the truck but there's just not enough daylight left this weekend to get either end of the truck done, so I suppose it's more OBA work, tomorrow. Maybe I can get the tanks sealed and interconnected ... and find a place for the aft manifold. *shrug*
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Today (Sunday) I elected to skip on board air system tank work because it was still warm outside and I can do tank work in the shop when it's cold. To that end I worked on two projects (my on board air project and my Rigid Dually D2 installation) under the truck, as follows:
- Cut a length of red 12ga wire long enough to run along the passenger side frame rail from the intended Bussmann relay box install location in the engine compartment to top dead center above my rear license plate
- Placed said red 12ga wire in a 1/4" conduit and wrapped said conduit in electrical tape
- Secured the protected 12ga wire along the frame rail with wire ties for use next weekend
- Located an existing frame bolt near the rear of the vehicle that could serve as a good ground
- Removed said bolt, stripped the area immediately around it to bare metal and cleaned up the bolt, itself
- Cut a length of black 12ga wire long enough to run from the new ground location to top dead center above my rear licence plate
- Added a terminal ring to one end of the black 12ga wire, crimped it, soldered it, and applied heat shrink tubing
- Protected the black 12ga wire in the same manner as the red one, secured the ring to the new ground location, routed the new ground wire, and wire tied it into place for use next weekend
- Completed covered the stripped surfaces of the new ground location with dielectric grease to provide protection from the elements
- Determined the mounting location for the on board air system's rear manifold, made a manifold template, and used the template to properly place and drill two 3/16 holes in the passenger side frame rail
- Determined the mounting location for the on board air system's rear quick disconnect, drilled two 1/4" holes to allow a bulkhead bracket to be mounted, and then bolted the bulkhead bracket into place
- Removed the overhead console to allow for indoor electrical and switch work, this week, as it gets cold
Here's the new ground prior to being covered in dielectric grease:
Here's the quick disconnect and bulkhead bracket after installation (rear bumper is to the right):
Here's what it looks like at eye level from behind the truck (note the cover hanging down):
Here's what it looks like with a hose connected:
And here's what it looks like at eye level with the protective dust/moisture cap in place:
01-14-2013, 01:39 PM #1798
That is great Surreal, I have to figure out compressed air for my beast.
Saturday: finished putting on the exhaust and put the dash back in, and drove her about 75 miles on Sunday. I guess I can call my engine swap done! Going to finish putting the HVAC ducts in and wire my temp gauge in using a second coolant temp sensor. It's all little stuff after that. Next, getting the A/C and cruise control to work.
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