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    Quote Originally Posted by Curt's_97 View Post
    Nope, shits mint!
    Colour me impressed, I thought that pic you posted was of the bed falling off not the frame twisting. That's nuts man.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drizit View Post
    Colour me impressed, I thought that pic you posted was of the bed falling off not the frame twisting. That's nuts man.
    When I fisrt saw the pic, I assumed the same. Not so, apparently.
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    Computer shipped to the states, checked and on route back. All was good. FML. Guess it's a power or ground somewhere. So, if anyone needs an LS drive by wire computer let me know, have a spare. lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Curt's_97 View Post
    Computer shipped to the states, checked and on route back. All was good. FML. Guess it's a power or ground somewhere. So, if anyone needs an LS drive by wire computer let me know, have a spare. lol
    I called dibs !! I may or may not have time this winter or the winter coming... Buying a bigger house with bigger shop so I can keep my junk far away from your dirty paws ��

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    Quote Originally Posted by YJohnson91 View Post
    I called dibs !! I may or may not have time this winter or the winter coming... Buying a bigger house with bigger shop so I can keep my junk far away from your dirty paws ��
    Probably just gonna fix/steal yours again soon. . Brendan from LT1swap even programmed the spare so if you grab a 6L from 03-06 you're set. Been doing a major shop clean and hopefully get back to buttoning things up soon. Without it running the motivation has been non-existent.

    But you should come for some around the property/v-notch/table top time trials in Brents new buggy. 420cc, not sure how fast but quite a few smiles per hour. lol



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    Still a ways to go but......










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    Looking good.. now get back to work on it

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    Holy mother fukk!!!

    That is really looking good Curt
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    TJ Build

    It's amazing what a little sheet metal can do 👍
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    nice garage set up too - Is that an ALH vw getting worked on?

    Wish I had tall ceilings for lifts!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Piratexpress1369a View Post
    Looking good.. now get back to work on it

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    Soon enough. Getting my eyes lasered today so we'll see how long...

    Quote Originally Posted by countryboy View Post
    Holy mother fukk!!!

    That is really looking good Curt
    Thanks buddy

    Quote Originally Posted by Coley View Post
    It's amazing what a little sheet metal can do 👍
    Still needs some fine tuning but ya, I like it. Can't wait to see it all bolted and painted.

    Quote Originally Posted by 4Low View Post
    nice garage set up too - Is that an ALH vw getting worked on?

    Wish I had tall ceilings for lifts!
    Ya, love the 3 bay! Not sure, roomies diesel golf. And there's a couple more vw's in the yard. Lol

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    Well, it's all together for the most part. Gonna be some bugs to work out but a few romps around the yard and it seems ok. Tranny feels a bit funny and the engines intermittently popping a couple i think it was lean codes but but i'll get to that later. Felt a bit chokey hammer down so may have to bump up the regulator. The torque app is pretty awesome so i can just clear codes when the engine light pops on which i have ziptied to my cage. lol. Says im running about 205 degrees and tranny is about 135. Shifter only goes down to 3 so needs a tweak, might even be for a 3 speed, who knows, but still wonky. I moved my pedals around for more legroom and to mod the chev gas and i dont like them so they'll need another cut and weld. Flex test seems alright other then starving for fuel the one way. Guess there's no baffling in the cell. Reworked my old skid, which fits nice, got lazy and tacked on some panels, chopped up dash and finished the floor. But it runs and i'm gonna wheel and go from there. Everything else on the long/hit list is 2017 Curt's problems!








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    I'm freakin JEALOUS Curt that you have your rig together. You can fix your fuel starvation by doing what I did. I installed three "walbro pick up" in the cell. Two in the back corners for any angle hill climbs and one in the front middle for any descend. I didn't like using the "foam" for baffles, I found they break apart within months. They worked great as fire starters though hahahahaha. BTW if your rig stop running and can't start it after you are working a hill/rock climb you probably "vapor lock" your fuel system. The fix is release the air on your fuel rail. I think it's shrader valve or nut or bolt!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Two walbro probably is what you need. One on each corner.

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    I'll look into it bernie. For now i'll just keep it topped up. Thanks again for coming to rescue for Krista out your way!

    Anf, well, the only non junkyard part on it shit the bed. PSC pump. Guess she don't like fancy stuff. Lol.

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    It was easy fix, I'm glad I was able to help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curt's_97 View Post
    Anf, well, the only non junkyard part on it shit the bed. PSC pump. Guess she don't like fancy stuff. Lol.
    That'll teach you to spend money on new parts.

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    Curt has bigger things to worry about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drizit View Post
    That'll teach you to spend money on new parts.
    Stole it out of the neighbours barn. Had a handful of others brought up to the bush and best option was a Volkswagen. lol

    Quote Originally Posted by Overkill View Post
    Curt has bigger things to worry about.
    Ya, after the vdub pump went in the engine shit the bed. 6L kijiji dud. Fawk. Some serious screaming and chirping. Have to drop the pan and see how ugly it is in there.

    So all in all i think i spent about 20 minutes seat time and got as much as the looptie loo in at timber before all hell broke loose. But on a plus side it seems everything underneath clears. So there's that. lol Then it was just a carnage filled weekend for everybody.

    Not much for pics but....

    Pre-busted





    The back up ride.......before it got destroyed. lol



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    And the poor Ferds load with everyone's shit in it after the CAA party. lol


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    Ohhhhhh man sorry about your luck. The back up toy looks fun though. Thanks giving dinner looks yuuuuummmmmy as well.

    What pump failed on the engine?

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