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Old 07-25-2022, 06:52 PM
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Figured I`d start a new thread.

Still waiting on drives, 5 months now, lost count on the "they`ll be done next week"
All they needed a couple of bearings and reconditioned propshafts.
so I continue to install stuff on sundays cause pretty much every weekend here is **** (but beautiful during the week when I have to work)

Not sure how it took me 6hrs to install the lights but here we are.
I rather enjoy the rigging part of this project.
at 15,000 lumens combined these lights are BRIGHT!!!







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got myself a little helper for them 275# drives.




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Man your engines are a work of art and the blower belt is just another example of the detail in this thing.
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Where did you get those harness clamps and brackets?
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Originally Posted by Helmwurst View Post
Where did you get those harness clamps and brackets?
https://www.tmrcustoms.com/products/...ie-tab-50-pack

and the rubber cushioned . reusable zip ties..

https://www.tmrcustoms.com/collectio...-lock-ties-red





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What lights are those?
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Dan let me understand this . it took you 6 hours to install the 2 underwater lights in the photo . I am assuming you used a late 1800"s Amish hand drill to bore the holes and pitch to water seal on installation . Next time reach out I will be happy to help out . I am not sure when electricity was invented but I have an electric hand drill I would happy to lend you for future projects . it might speed the completion time up by 50% or more . Your Friend Rick G.
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Dan let me understand this . it took you 6 hours to install the 2 underwater lights in the photo . I am assuming you used a late 1800"s Amish hand drill to bore the holes and pitch to water seal on installation . Next time reach out I will be happy to help out . I am not sure when electricity was invented but I have an electric hand drill I would happy to lend you for future projects . it might speed the completion time up by 50% or more . Your Friend Rick G.
I think that would be a great help ! i`ll send my horse and rider to your location to pick up said electric tools.

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Originally Posted by ICDEDPPL View Post
got myself a little helper for them 275# drives.



wow... my TRS were right up at 110 lbs if i am not mistaken... those drives are really heavy !
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How to make a big block Chevy look dimensionally small: stack a huge intake, massive cooler, and big ass blower on top. Seriously, the block looks so small.....
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