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Re: My Son's '41 Power Wagon
« Reply #400 on: April 28, 2019, 11:24:09 pm »
Keep chipping away...

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    Re: My Son's '41 Power Wagon
    « Reply #401 on: April 29, 2019, 07:24:58 am »
    Keep chipping away...
    Hey!
    That's my advice to everyone with a project here!  ;D
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    Re: My Son's '41 Power Wagon
    « Reply #402 on: April 29, 2019, 11:28:29 pm »
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    Re: My Son's '41 Power Wagon
    « Reply #403 on: May 11, 2019, 11:57:50 pm »
    Guess what happened today... we got the '41 running!
    I have some video's, but for some reason I'm having trouble uploading them to Imgur.
    I'll keep tying. I promise.

    Once I figured out the wiring issue it started right up and just sat there and just idled. :)
    A few leaks at some fittings were taken care of quickly. While one stubborn double flare on one of the brake lines will need to be redone. 
    So we didn't finish bleeding the brakes.
    We filled the trans up and it went into drive and reverse easily. But since we didn't have proper brakes we didn't attempt a drive around.
    Lots of bugs to squash... Barrett will start on those quickly. Maybe next weekend we'll try for a short drive.

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    Re: My Son's '41 Power Wagon
    « Reply #404 on: May 12, 2019, 01:30:28 am »
    sometimes its the seat not the flair at fault , sometimes a tight/loose/tight/loose/tight can seal the seat/line , but you knew all that ........... many would have rushed , taken the test drive with poor brakes , the smart ones delay untill the repair/fix is made .............  ;)  ;D ;D
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    Re: My Son's '41 Power Wagon
    « Reply #405 on: May 12, 2019, 11:10:01 pm »
    sometimes its the seat not the flair at fault , sometimes a tight/loose/tight/loose/tight can seal the seat/line , but you knew all that ........... many would have rushed , taken the test drive with poor brakes , the smart ones delay untill the repair/fix is made .............  ;)  ;D ;D
    We will try that before we re-flare. Thanks for the tip.
    I always assume the worst.
    Oh my son was anxious... but we knew it wasn't the right thing to do.

    Oh here it is...

    https://i.imgur.com/Jv8yLcn.mp4

    Dang... no sound.
    I'll try doing a You Tube post of a few videos tomorrow.
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    Re: My Son's '41 Power Wagon
    « Reply #406 on: May 14, 2019, 07:35:48 am »
    That's awesome!
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    « Reply #407 on: May 14, 2019, 05:27:54 pm »
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    « Reply #408 on: May 16, 2019, 10:28:15 am »
    That sounds awesome!
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    Re: My Son's '41 Power Wagon
    « Reply #409 on: May 19, 2019, 03:51:03 pm »
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    Re: My Son's '41 Power Wagon
    « Reply #410 on: June 22, 2019, 11:29:09 pm »
    We worked on the '41 twice in the last 3 Saturdays.
    The first Saturday was a total waste of time... nothing really got accomplished. It just wasn't a good day.
    Today we chased leaking brake lines and the leaky, irritating trans cooler line.
    I worked on the charging issue... I wired up the Ford voltage regulator wrong. It needed one field wire grounded off of the alternator. I totally overlooked that item when I wired it originally.
    BUT... we couldn't start it because my frugal (cheap) son broke a hose clamp for the trams cooler steel line to rubber hose. No spare lying around... and it's quite a trip to the auto parts store from his house.
    So we called it a day. He'll get some parts we need to try to get it driving down the road. If he gets the time during the week to get these items installed... it would be a big jump when we try again next Saturday.
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    Re: My Son's '41 Power Wagon
    « Reply #411 on: October 25, 2019, 01:28:12 pm »
    Kurt, how's about an update?  ....Or have I been a total nOOb and not caught a tuning tread to continue the saga?
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    « Reply #412 on: October 25, 2019, 08:55:08 pm »
    Kurt, how's about an update?  ....Or have I been a total nOOb and not caught a tuning tread to continue the saga?
    You haven't missed anything unfortunately.
    Well it got hot like it always does here in the desert in the summer. So things slowed down progress wise.
    I bought a small 6' x 8' utility trailer for a trip we have planned next summer to Lake Powell. He started making a "teardrop " camping trailer out of it. Some fun work for him. So that helped stop things. Along with his work. 
    My son and I were talking just yesterday about getting back at it. He blamed me because I needed to finish up some minor wiring issues. I told him he needed to fix some leaks. 
    Whoever is at fault here- we need to get it done!
    I have incentive to get his Power Wagon done because I need to get my '70 Charger up to his shop. So he can get the big metal hung on it to start the body work. And he won't do it until he get his truck going.  :P
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    Re: My Son's '41 Power Wagon
    « Reply #413 on: May 24, 2020, 09:17:45 pm »
    Since my son is doing the heavy metal work on my Ď70íCharger... I am obligated to get his í41 Power Wagon working...  of course. So yesterday I went up to his house and tried to figure out where I left off. And we wait until the temps work their way to the low 100ís.  ::)
    I last left off with 3 of the 4 gauges not working and an issue with his air compressor.
    I had him pull the bed off it so I could access the fuel sending unit. I took it out of the tank so I could manually move the float while checking the gauge in the dash panel. Itís an inside float set up.  Surprisingly it worked. We only have 4 gallons in the tank. Iím thinking we need to get the tank full of fuel so the float ďkicks inĒ. itís just been setting empty for a few years.
    We started the engine to check the oil pressure gauge. It even didnít register at first. Then I noticed it pegged all the way over to 100. Okay...  My son said he thought he had a sending unit that came with the gauge. The sender that was on the engine is the one I put on in í91. It had some miles on it. A lot!
    He actually found it quickly! I changed it... and it worked. A cold idle at 60 psi. Another item sorted out. The water temp gauge wasnít working so Iím getting a new sender for that. Weíll see.
    I worked on his air system for the ARB Locker in the front axle. He initially installed the solenoid backwards. It also had some leaks I needed to deal with in the fittings. I accomplished all that. His air horn solenoid worked fine, but I need to get some fittings for it to finish that dude. The horn button isnít activating the solenoid. So, Iíll need to troubleshoot that wire.
    We started it again to test the brakes for leaks and found one in the back. Iíll need to fix that next Saturday. When we started the engine that last time, the plastic line going to his front ARB locker came loose and melted against his header. So...  I have to hunt down some 1/8Ē line...
    Heís all excited. Weíre planning on driving on his street next Saturday. Weíll see how that one plays out.
    Iíll post a video if it goes well. No video if it blows up.  ;D
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    Re: My Son's '41 Power Wagon
    « Reply #414 on: May 25, 2020, 12:46:56 am »
    plastic or what ever they are air lines ... large trucks use the fittings all you do is insert the line into them , o ring sealed , push back brass ring , push in then pull out the line to remove / reusable , short close neat . House plumbing uses same/similar ..... but that is not dot legal truck stuff  is .. good stuff .... 
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    « Reply #415 on: May 25, 2020, 10:44:58 pm »
    plastic or what ever they are air lines ... large trucks use the fittings all you do is insert the line into them , o ring sealed , push back brass ring , push in then pull out the line to remove / reusable , short close neat . House plumbing uses same/similar ..... but that is not dot legal truck stuff  is .. good stuff ....
    Just got to keep it away from the heat.
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    Re: My Son's '41 Power Wagon
    « Reply #416 on: May 26, 2020, 02:06:40 am »
    large trucks now also use similar type of lines / connections  for fuel , from tank to engine ..... I have used it for gasoline suction lines . Does not corrode , and chafe resistant . 
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    Re: My Son's '41 Power Wagon
    « Reply #417 on: May 26, 2020, 10:45:01 am »
    Is ceramic coating the header a potential fix to minimize underhood heat, or did the "looseness" cause the melting problem?  At any rate, if the budget allows, ceramic coating helps keep heat down and keep the headers looking good for years.

    ...When we started the engine that last time, the plastic line going to his front ARB locker came loose and melted against his header...  ;D
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    Re: My Son's '41 Power Wagon
    « Reply #418 on: May 28, 2020, 07:41:19 pm »
    Is ceramic coating the header a potential fix to minimize underhood heat, or did the "looseness" cause the melting problem?  At any rate, if the budget allows, ceramic coating helps keep heat down and keep the headers looking good for years.
    Well, I had mine done on my truck. What a waste of money.
    It died a fairly quick death and then looked like dog doo.
    I'm happy with VHT Ultra High Heat Aluminum paint now.
    Yeah, it was the looseness that did it.
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    Re: My Son's '41 Power Wagon
    « Reply #419 on: May 29, 2020, 03:36:25 am »
    synflex comes in 2 types , none will take headder heat , just 260 or so ... LOL
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    Re: My Son's '41 Power Wagon
    « Reply #420 on: May 29, 2020, 07:56:25 am »
    Jet Hot = best $ I've ever spent on exhaust systems, especially headers and diesel downpipes - worth every single penny {cool}
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    Re: My Son's '41 Power Wagon
    « Reply #421 on: May 29, 2020, 08:46:45 am »
    Jet Hot = best $ I've ever spent on exhaust systems, especially headers and diesel downpipes - worth every single penny {cool}
    Thats what I've been hearing too. A couple friends have bought new, uncoated TTI headers and had them direct shipped to Jet Hot for their coating.
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    Re: My Son's '41 Power Wagon
    « Reply #422 on: May 30, 2020, 11:47:23 pm »
    Jet Hot = best $ I've ever spent on exhaust systems, especially headers and diesel downpipes - worth every single penny {cool}
    Well that's what I had done.
    It lasted about 3.5 years before turning to the Super Dooty look.
    Maybe because I put quite a few miles on my truck yearly... don't know. I wasn't happy with the cost or the wear-ability.
    With the VHT... if it looks bad after a couple of years... I can easily touch it up in a few minutes with a fraction of a fraction of the cost of the Jet Hot.
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    « Reply #423 on: May 31, 2020, 04:34:42 pm »
    Well that's what I had done.
    It lasted about 3.5 years before turning to the Super Dooty look.
    Maybe because I put quite a few miles on my truck yearly... don't know. I wasn't happy with the cost or the wear-ability.
    With the VHT... if it looks bad after a couple of years... I can easily touch it up in a few minutes with a fraction of a fraction of the cost of the Jet Hot.
    Thanks for the heads up. With the cost of the coatings, I don't want to waste money.
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    Re: My Son's '41 Power Wagon
    « Reply #424 on: June 1, 2020, 03:09:17 pm »
    We worked on his '41 again this last Sunday afternoon.
    Chasing little issues to get it drive-able.
    I think I got all the gauges working.
    The last one I needed to figure out was the water temp. So I got a new sender and when I pulled the old sender, I was expecting coolant pushing out the hole. Nope. Nothing. Well, Barrett put liquid in the radiator way back. So when we started it months ago for the first time, it drained into the engine water jacket and never got refilled. So the coolant wasn't even touching the sending unit. We started it up and the gauge worked. Surprise.  ;D
    Fixed a couple of fittings that were leaking. One on the brake line. Another on the power steering.
    He mounted the air horn and I got it working... not that important of a step. But one more thing checked of the list.
    He also remembered a problem with the rear driveshaft. I've been harassing for quite some time about the driveshafts he had built at Six States Driveline. He went to them because I had good luck with them in the past. Well, they started having problems about the time he had his built. They didn't think things out very well for his truck. The rear yoke is hitting the u- joint even with some clearance grinding. And it isn't even much of an angle.
    So he yanked it and is calling around today first at  Inland Empire Driveline. Then Tom Woods if they have a problem. On his front driveshaft, for some reason, Six States used a huge diameter shaft. It will hit something as soon as he flex's it. I keep telling Barrett that needs to get re- tube for a way smaller diameter. He then goes off on his tangent about "spending more money!"   ::) I remind him about getting it on the road.  ;D
    So... maybe next weekend he can drive it up and down his street.
    There will still be many odds and ends to wrap up.
    I've been on him about building his twin stick linkage for his 205.
    And, AND he's working on my big metal for my Charger too!
    « Last Edit: June 1, 2020, 03:12:37 pm by KurtfromLaQuinta »
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    Re: My Son's '41 Power Wagon
    « Reply #425 on: June 2, 2020, 08:26:04 am »
    This is the stuff you don't often read about in car mags--the nickel and dime beating you take getting an old vehicle back on the road, and the headaches involved with sorting all the bugs out.  The drive shaft issue is unfortunate--any chance of the original company making it right?
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    Re: My Son's '41 Power Wagon
    « Reply #426 on: June 2, 2020, 03:10:20 pm »
    This is the stuff you don't often read about in car mags--the nickel and dime beating you take getting an old vehicle back on the road, and the headaches involved with sorting all the bugs out.  The drive shaft issue is unfortunate--any chance of the original company making it right?
    A time consuming process. Definitely a chipping away process.
    Well, that's the problem when you build stuff from scratch... and it takes a long time from buying parts and actually trying them out.
    He contacted Inline Empire Drivelines today. They told him to check all his angles. Then more than likely to add shims to get the pinion pointed more up. He also checked out Tom Woods website. There's lots of info there on how to accurately measure the angles.
    I keep reminding him not to get the pinion "over the angle"... so as to avoid any axle wrap.
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    Re: My Son's '41 Power Wagon
    « Reply #427 on: June 6, 2020, 11:22:43 pm »
    We worked on the '41 again today.
    Found minor issues with a couple of flares on the brake lines... some more.
    Barrett fixed an issue with a bad power steering belt. He also found out that he had only 3 bolts holding on the crankshaft pulley. That's what was causing that wobble...   ;D    Lots of things going on like that.
    I went after a couple of wiring issues.
    Still didn't drive it yet.
    Got to get the brakes squared away first.
    Try again next Saturday.
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    Re: My Son's '41 Power Wagon
    « Reply #428 on: June 8, 2020, 07:20:27 am »
    Good to hear the project is still being worked.  The journey of a thousand miles starts with a single step, and the one after that, ad nauseum until you hit the finish line. ;D
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    « Reply #429 on: June 8, 2020, 02:46:25 pm »
    Good to hear the project is still being worked.  The journey of a thousand miles starts with a single step, and the one after that, ad nauseum until you hit the finish line. ;D
    Or fall off the cliff.  ;D
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    Re: My Son's '41 Power Wagon
    « Reply #430 on: June 13, 2020, 10:43:32 pm »
    At it again today.
    Worked on the issues with a couple of brake line flares that weíve been fighting for quite a while now. Itís one of the reasons we stopped production before. Along with the gauge problem. I re-did a line from the master cylinder to a coupler this last week. Hooking it up, then bleeding the brakes resulted a leak from the same spot. I know I did a beautiful job on the flare... so what gives?
    We took it apart and looked at the coupler. The raised part what meets the double flare on the steel line was all distorted out of shape. Nice. Chinese crap again.
    Thanks goodness Barrett had another ľĒ coupler in stock. So, we changed it out. That should fix that annoying issue. Iíve never seen that happen before.
    I checked our other "bad flare?" in the right rear. It was seeping out fluid again!
    So, we checked the beautiful flare I did the week before. It was still beautiful. Looking inside the factory fitting that converts to rubber hose for the rear caliper... it didnít look right. We took it off so he can get another from the parts store.
    One of the problems we have working on this í41... he lives 20 minutes away from the closest part place. When we have an issue, itís an hour time waster by the time he goes, gets the part and drives back. The same with the tool situation. He has a good assortment, but I have the specialty stuff. And the stuff I like working with. If I forget something... another wasted event. Iím always making list, but still seem to forget something.
    I did work on the ARB air-line. I canít figure out why ARB uses 5mm air- line. It is an annoyance because itís hard to get 5mm stuff at parts stores or even hardware stores. I got parts this last week at least online. And that was tough too. I had to hone out a 3/16Ē ferrule because I didnít want to buy a box of 100- 5mm ones.   
    I also got the air horn working. Well, when I put the fuse in, it immediately opened the solenoid and kept it open. Now I have to figure out whatís going on with the horn button wiring.
    We put the white flag up after a few hours of work until we can finally bleed the brakes.
    Next Saturday...
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    Re: My Son's '41 Power Wagon
    « Reply #431 on: June 13, 2020, 10:52:48 pm »
    Kurt, I'm having the same problems with couplers.  I'm seeing my flares are slightly offset & they ruin the brass coupler....  The flaring tools, seem to be the first problem.  Not as true & accurate as the older equipment I've used long ago.  The flare tools are either cheaply made or the tooling used to make the flare tools are old & worn out!  But the first time the crooked flare is tightened into the coupler, the coupler is ruined...

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    Re: My Son's '41 Power Wagon
    « Reply #432 on: June 13, 2020, 11:05:02 pm »
    Kurt, I'm having the same problems with couplers.  I'm seeing my flares are slightly offset & they ruin the brass coupler....  The flaring tools, seem to be the first problem.  Not as true & accurate as the older equipment I've used long ago.  The flare tools are either cheaply made or the tooling used to make the flare tools are old & worn out!  But the first time the crooked flare is tightened into the coupler, the coupler is ruined...
    I do have a decent old KB Tool Flaring tool made in the good ol' U.S.
    Your right though. I'm very careful doing double flares. I'm real meticulousness to "45" the end to flare. And make sure it's a "smooth 45".  I carefully measure the amount sticking out from the tool. I really crank on the first "bell" flare. The second standard flare I don't "lay into it" with the torque so as not to damage or split it. I take a close look to make sure it's a centered hole. If not, I rotate the tube 180 and slightly standard flare it again. That seems to work well in straightening it up.
    For the price brass fittings are going for these days, you'd think they were made of gold. Or at least be of better quality.
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    Re: My Son's '41 Power Wagon
    « Reply #433 on: June 14, 2020, 01:00:19 am »
    offset double flair , can / is effected by the 45' put on the tube end being unequal in wall thickness . use eyeglass's and take more time ? lol   I'd gotten so good at it , I'd stopped payin enough attention to the filing of the 45 .. yepper hole wasn't in the middle .......   years ago , an old timer ( then, long dead by now ) taught me , snug line , back off , snug line , back off , tighten line ....
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    Re: My Son's '41 Power Wagon
    « Reply #434 on: July 19, 2020, 06:06:18 pm »
    Well we really tried to get it down the road a couple of 3 weeks ago.
    BUT... after starting it a few times and bleeding the Hydra Boost/ Power Steering system we encountered a serious problem with the steering. It would violently shake the steering wheel back and forth. That was the first time for that deal. We stopped what we were doing totally frustrated. Leaving it where Barrett was supposed to call Hydra Tech. Of course that drug out way longer than it should have.
    He finally called the old guy over there and he immediately knew what was wrong.
    Barrett (not me, at least) reversed the "In" high pressure line with the "out" return line into the steering gear box.
    So, that caused a big delay because of other ongoing projects.
    Hopefully, when he gets the teardrop trailer done... he will right the wrong and then we'll attempt the first "under its own power" run down the road.

    The reason for the delay...
       
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    Re: My Son's '41 Power Wagon
    « Reply #435 on: July 20, 2020, 07:44:22 am »
    Neat trailer!
    Is the hydra-boost/steering box toast now?
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    « Reply #436 on: July 20, 2020, 07:59:38 am »

    ...reversed the "In" high pressure line with the "out" return line into the steering gear box.


    been to that movie! - know exactly what kind of violent shaking you're referring to - nearly knocked my front end clean off the axle!  :o Couldn't believe it didn't break anything  :-X
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    Re: My Son's '41 Power Wagon
    « Reply #437 on: July 20, 2020, 09:53:42 pm »
    Neat trailer!
    Is the hydra-boost/steering box toast now?
    It should be fine.
    We only ran it a short time.
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    Re: My Son's '41 Power Wagon
    « Reply #438 on: July 20, 2020, 09:54:59 pm »
    been to that movie! - know exactly what kind of violent shaking you're referring to - nearly knocked my front end clean off the axle!  :o Couldn't believe it didn't break anything  :-X
    Wow. You made THAT kind of a mistake?   ;D
    My son... I understand. But you?  ;D
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    « Reply #439 on: July 21, 2020, 07:54:52 am »
    oh that's no where near the silliest mistake I've made...  ;D
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    Re: My Son's '41 Power Wagon
    « Reply #440 on: July 21, 2020, 03:31:08 pm »
    I'm guessing all that wisdom comes from learning from the school of hard knocks... :o ;D
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    Re: My Son's '41 Power Wagon
    « Reply #441 on: August 30, 2020, 07:11:13 pm »
    I worked on the '41 today while Barrett worked on my Daytona project.
    I flipped the high pressure line into the steering gear with the return line.
    I had to get some adapters for the fittings to make this work right.
    Surprisingly, I went to one of the last "old school" auto parts stores here in the valley and actually scored a couple of 3/8" flare males to 5/16" flare female adapters. I was shocked that they mostly knew what I was looking for. And, AND they were in stock!
    So I bent and flared a new line for the high side. That only took me a couple of hours of experimenting. Sheesh!
    We got it started but the battery was very low and the air compressor was kicking on. I was really hot out today too. So we stopped.
    He'll put the charger on the battery and we'll try again to drive it quickly.
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    Re: My Son's '41 Power Wagon
    « Reply #442 on: September 6, 2020, 06:45:06 pm »
    Another attempt today.
    He forgot to put the charger on the battery.  ::) So we had to maneuver things around to get some jumper cables  on it. Trying to start it... we weren't getting any fuel up to the carb. I found out there was only about an inch of fuel in the tank. He had zero gas around. We were going to siphon some from his generator/ welder mounted on his trailer.
    But being 118 F. outside, a little bit cooler in his workshop... we decided since tomorrow is Labor day... we'd get an earlier start than today.
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    Re: My Son's '41 Power Wagon
    « Reply #443 on: September 7, 2020, 06:35:21 am »
     {popcorn} {popcorn}

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    Re: My Son's '41 Power Wagon
    « Reply #444 on: September 7, 2020, 08:46:29 am »
     {ttiwwop} well not quite , but ....
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    Re: My Son's '41 Power Wagon
    « Reply #445 on: September 7, 2020, 05:58:30 pm »
    {ttiwwop} well not quite , but ....
    Well, it happened today!

    https://youtu.be/7I276AgOsA4

    After 15 years we finally got the leaks fixed... along with a whole lot of everything else.
    There's a very long list of things to do to get it street worthy.
    You'll notice at :28, Barrett telling me "I lost my steering."  ;D  An easy fix.
    Brakes are about 25%. Looking at the master cylinder after sitting for at least 12 years of no activity.
    He needs to redo the rear spring pads... relocate them so the 3rd member is angled upward way more. It's running on front wheel drive now.
    He needs to go from the front bumper to the back bumper and check everything.
    But, BUT he needs to get the heavy metal done on my Daytona project so I can mount the frame and get it to the body shop for final body and paint.  ;D 
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    Re: My Son's '41 Power Wagon
    « Reply #446 on: September 8, 2020, 01:31:32 am »
    better , thanks ,  yeah that is nice , so much effort the unkowing will never realize took place , I do however . nice .

     needs different / plainer wheels maybe painted to LOOK like split rims ... imo .   
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    Re: My Son's '41 Power Wagon
    « Reply #447 on: September 15, 2020, 04:15:13 am »
    It's ALIVE!!!!!!!!!
    That is awesome. Now I miss my 41 that I sold :(.
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    « Reply #448 on: September 15, 2020, 08:00:14 am »
    Congratulations! I bet that felt great after all of the hard work that went into it!
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    Re: My Son's '41 Power Wagon
    « Reply #449 on: September 15, 2020, 09:13:37 am »
    Awesome rig!
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