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Why were you thinking about putting flares on it?
I'd leave it as is for now.
Since you're buying wheel cylinders, I assume that you've identified the axles. Scouts often [usually?] had different front and rear axles.
Time well spent...
An 800 with a full floating rear axle.
Gotta love it...
As others have said, I think you're picking the flyshit out of the pepper here. Your body lines are at least as good as stock. Probably...
It seems that I've seen km/hr speedos for Scouts.
I'm trusting my memory on this, which is usually dangerous.
This should be interesting. I absolutely love where you're going with this.
Please keep us updated with LOTS of pics.
As a southerner, the OPP have been good to me the two times I've interacted with them. Very professional and courteous.
Good to see that you're...
I could play the part of the police chief being caught in the motorhome....
I’d rather use the 345 if I can find an adapter for the SM465
As best I've heard, they'll make you anything you want.
The important question is, did you buy any flies at Mad Jack's and how well did they work?
Short bed step side C 4X4. That's almost a holy grail truck.
My wife is a truly great lady (hell, she puts up with me!), but she's never...
Thank you very much for taking that lift gate apart.
I've always wanted to know what that mechanism looked like. You are generous calling it...
Don't drag Bob and Finn into your chickenshit thread hijacking.
They're doing awesome work on this Scout.
That is a really sharp Scout. Any interior, underhood, underbody pics?
Is the body as solid as it looks?
That is why this is such a great thread. When you rebuild it to spec you will have a brand new T98.
Keep at it.
That block needs a good boil.
After that, it probably isn't as bad as you think.
re: the ammeter
IDK if IHPA includes a new shunt for the ammeter.
I also don't know if you're running the stock alternator.
it wouldn't hurt to...
I love it.
Solid body? Everything else is easy.
Last I heard he dropped a 6BT in an F150. I know he was selling parts for a while - nothing after that.
Fare thee well, Eddie.