I just turned my old york 210 A/C compresser into one heck of an air pump! This compressor fills a 1.5 Gal tank to 150psi in less than 20 seconds. It also runs air tools nicely. Every Jeep should have this ability standard.
Today, well. Started taking the interior out, getting it ready for the body shop for the NEW paint job! I'm soooo excited and can't wait till it gets back on the road. My girlfriend is even more excited then me!
I plan on taking pics as I go on this deal. I installed the rear seat last night and started on the front before I ran out of light. I hate it when people half-@ss something. Previous rear seat was installed in location other than stock due to one of the bolts being broken off in the nut. Instead of removing the old bolt they just moved the whole seat forward and redrilled some holes......ignorant people piss me off.
Oh, I really, really like the Mastercraft seats. My 8 year old sat down in the new rear seat and a large smile came to his face.....made his dad's night.
1982 CJ7 w/ YJ Tub, 258I-6 .030 over, Offenhauser Intake, Holley 390 Carb, Borla Header, D30 Front & AMC 20 Rear (One Piece Superior Axles), 4.88 gears, 2.5" Spring & 3" Body Lift, 35x12.5x 15's, Besrk Made Front/Rear/TC bumpers, Mastercraft Seats, Poison Spider Full Cage, LineX Interior
I dropped some Seafoam in the crank case and fuel tank. Not too much of a difference really, but for 95K on the engine, not a bad idea I guess. Question though...for a stock carb'd 258...should I pour 1/3 can straight into the carb?, or should I try to use the pcv valve line? And where the heck would that be?...exactly?
__________________ "... God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us." Rom 5:8 (NIV)
"Nothing in the world can take the place of Persistence. Talent will not; nothing is more common than unsuccessful men with talent. Genius will not; unrewarded genius is almost a proverb. Education will not; the world is full of educated derelicts. Persistence and determination alone are omnipotent. The slogan 'Press On' has solved and always will solve the problems of the human race." Supposedly President Coolidge