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Old 09-03-2011, 09:18 PM
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More set backs and lazyness...............but made some headway. I found another gravel pan as mine was FULL of filler, modified it to fit the trans coolers. Also gave up on finding rust free, straight air deflector panels and bought repo ones....of course they needed some work to fit/look right. I also got the headers back from the coater. More to come..........

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I had to move the inner supports in a little and make some notches for the cooler lines.
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Very nice clean job! Looks really good.
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I bought a new paint gun as my hf gun made more work then helped. Hopefully more pics to come next weekend.
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Well I had company last weekend so I shot some primer sealer and paint on it today. Hopefully it will be in this week, then I can paint the air deflectors, then shoot the grill and put it back together to fire up the motor.
What a difference a good quality gun makes
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maybe I should start a rebuild thread.......
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