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  1. Somebody asked about this earlier. No spontaneous combustion but still a 2-3second cook time and you could eat it.
    4 points
  2. This is my truck’s little sister. Just gotta show y’all that I got more projects than time. ‘52 merc. This goes in when truck comes out.
    2 points
  3. Working on the Eddie Bauer seats. Heated full electric driver’s seat, second row expedition passenger side seats for the center and passenger. Gotta build up some bracketry, then get the rubber sprayed in the floor.
    1 point
  4. Larger tank and regulator helped for sure. See results below at around 6psi
    1 point
  5. Work has been busy the last few weeks. That has kept me from having much time to tune on the forge. I fired it Thursday and with very little effort got up around 1950°. It ran for about 5 min and promptly froze up which had never happened previously. After a little research I haven’t been able to decide if my problem is a lack of LP volume in the size of my tank or LP flow through a gas grill sized regulator so I fixed both possibilities. Stay tuned for an update...
    1 point
  6. Looks good and nice work on the rods, probably better than new. Now test it out, running it in mud up to the hood and if it runs for more than 30 min. like that it is a great keeper.
    1 point
  7. "But Dear,I have to do it in the house. That's where the Ultra Sonic Cleaner is". I've been known to assemble small gas engines in my home office.
    1 point
  8. This was amazing to go through. I’m getting started on a 51 H and it is in a lot better condition than yours started at. Gave me some ideas of problems i could run in to, so thank you a lot.
    1 point
  9. Still tuning. Hit 2000° at around 7psi of propane. Blower isn’t quite all the way open. Air/fuel mix is very very touchy. I don’t have the needle valve even 1/2 turn open. The number below is a big milestone in this project for me.
    1 point
  10. Have this pile to replace the fluid weight.
    1 point
  11. Added another grain hauler for this years crops, found this #100 Flare box in Illinois through Red Power Magazine - Spent lots of hours repairing and painting box and #52 wagon gear with McCormick hoist, don't believe boxes like this were ever sold new in Ontario Canada
    1 point
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