…Dawn over Narcoossee …..hey, we all need a diversion…..me too! It’s a win/win.
.it’s Janie’s birthday weekend party. Oh not just one day! And wearing a safety shirt like that there’s no way I could drop by the shop today….grease would LEAP up onto me! …… Which was a request….. It’s the least I can do..a new coach into the Q, the previous owner built this cow catcher doing a trip up the Alcan to Alaska and back………different strokes………This MacDaddy dash is coming together. Not secured to the original dash yet so the new ATC style engine fuse block and harness is going in first…..Ron, this is your dash……Another new idea, the removable wiring platform should make it really easy to trace and run new circuits PLUS we retain the clean look under the hoods…In goes another new off shelf dual fan assembly. We have gone in many directions ending up with not only an off shelf new late model aluminum radiator but also an off shelf OEM dual fan assembly too! Thank you JD and Tiago for the help in landing on this combination. Working together yields progress….Our target is to put together a completed off shelf aluminum radiator/electric fan mod for our GMC…….stay tuned.
Here’s a concept to consider: There’s a reason motors today all sport a Serpantine belt system. Why? Because it’s a mush more servicable and more reliable……. How long has it been since your late model cars fan belt has been changed? I rest my case. Yep, it sure looks pretty and some will look at this as some fancy exotic doo-dad. The reason we are now a CVF Racing dealer as we’ve installed so many of these we might as well jump into the fire. Yes, there are a few things we’ve learned which come along with every Serpantine belt system. How much? Around $2000+/- depending on which way you go. Pull up the CVF Racing web site and learn more.
Ok, we’ll see ya Monday………thanks for stopping by and your support