Discussion in 'Engine & Transmission' started by rstucke, Jan 13, 2018.
Time for a heat shield (which was never there).
Make a template, go from there.
Dinner plate engine bay with blaze cut. I'm envious. Great job.
What's the fuse panel on the upper RHS of those photos?
Still have a couple of brackets to make and the heat shield is finished
And I'm done posting!
Don’t stop now. I love this thread!
Well if your around Tumbi (Clare Mace cres) come and have a look (it's where I play in my factory bay)
Excellent thread, and awesome work!
Great detail work. Something to see.
Rick, love the attention to detail ....... my brother lives @ tumbi - he'd need a drool bucket if he saw this in the metal
Yep Tumbi is close to home. I’ll be driving past there with Harry’s motor in the trailer in a few hours
Great work. I see you have also managed to squeeze a 4m BlazeCut in there nice and neatly.
Lots of little details that separate a tradesman from the rest
here's the brackets
Lol! Mate .. got too much time!. Love it!
Correct.. parts fitter vs Tradesperson...no competition.. same stupid qualification.
Rick... visit my FB page @Volksdoktor... where all the fun is..
Just read from start to finish. Really nice work mate!
Great to meet you today Rick. That’s one special Kombi you’ve built there
Great to meet you to. Hope to be camping soon.
Something we could ALL aspire to Rick.
I have been reading this thread over the last week on my commute to work and will definitely be coming back as a reference when i get round to the engine in my bus. Your engineering skills and attention to detail are amazing.
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