I love 3 day weekends, I got a ton done, feeling pretty good about that.
I got one seat mounted, and playing with the belt design
if you look close you can see the floor all welded in
power steering all done and mounted. lines are done
best part of all, no more headaches! well with the shifters, i dialed it all in and it actually works! i got all the brackets in and done, then adjusted the cables, i am pretty happy with it so far. I need to fill the 205 with fluid and put the torque converter on the transmission.
I am about ready to reinstall the transmission and tcase, but i need to find the radio noise capacitors which bolt on the back of the head, I am hoping the dealer can get it.
reinstall that mess then i can finally install the starter and hopefully finish up some wiring that is really bothering me.
I also painted the bottom side of the cab. Tomorrow I will go over to my friends house and get the slider mounts he made in the lathe that way I can work on the drivers seat. it will be able to slide forward and back around 6" that way different people can drive it fairly easy. Belt mounts to come and more bracing, but for now I just want the seats in it so I can finish up the gauges and maybe drive it(ha)
2003 Ford Ranger Lincoln Powered 5.4L DOHC, 42s, COs, D60s, 203/205, 4points, caged, full hydro, 3link front and 4 link rear.
1998 f150 bone stock baby hauler...