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Old 08-31-2015, 01:34 PM
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I'll get some pics of her later, maybe tonight I forgot to bring my phone...I'll be going out there again tomorrow so I will get a few pics then The only picture I have so far is shown on the 1961-'63 unibody part of this forum in this link
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I hope it works
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The safety wiring was the clue amigo.. One of the ships I was stationed on in the Navy, had a DASH hanger and a few gas turbine drones. Twin, counter rotating, rotors, and everything safety wired. Lots of shaking & vibration, but nothing coming loose. Nice touch with the SS and Titanium bolts... Way pretty...

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The safety wiring was the clue. Nice touch with the SS and Titanium bolts... Way pretty...

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2X Baja. On a gas motor I think the safety wiring would look over-kill. On a diesel........looks Way Cool!
I gather you still have the safety wire spinning pliers.
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Quality work = quality results. Looks very nice.
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