If I got no communication about this thread I would stop but boy, we must have a good group out there…. the hit counter hit a new hi yesterday….and heck, there was a crappy pic there yesterday. Got a call from up in the great white north…. “hey, fix that fuzzy pic!” Sir..Yes Sir…. How is this one Oh, lemme get a little closer The system along with the modified components built fit like a glove. Inside, the 4 forward firing ducts will tie right into the original vent locations Now this is proven and in, I’m moving to the dash interior refinish The wiring in the middle of the floor is the complete dash AC electrical harness.
We have more going on with Ruby though than the dash, the wall panels are being cut and fitted Stay tuned….
Katlyn got the intake manifold off of, check out the “cookies” in the “turkey tray” This is the thin metal gasket under the intake manifold and the intake manifold? Yep, this is a classic to show the crack created because of the extreme heat passing under the carb Yes, and this crack is almost to the bottom of the inside deck! Blocking off the exhaust crossover to the intake eliminates this…. This coach ran fine with no sign of this issue. Once again, if you do not have the exhaust crossovers blocked off…… good luck! Understand, 1 grain of this stuff and your motor is done!
With our front and rear interior caps in Ruby repaiers and our texture process tested…… we’ll be moving inside staring on finish work on Ruby…… stay tuned…..
So it’s 8am…… it’s off to work we go…… see ya tomorrow
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