Traded a junky SC300 (http://tinyurl.com/3bhlr2y
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Took all the 5speed stuff out of said SC and now Andrew (AKS14) and I are throwing the 5speed stuff in the GS and since I have a bunch of NA-T parts that I was going to use on the SC, I guess put those on the GS too. Â AK is the brains of this operation, I just help him when he needs it.
Ripped out the dash, put the SC brake pedal on the GS braket. Â
Ripped out the traction control pump resevior thing out, going to eliminate it along with ABS sometime next week.
AK cut off the dash bar mounting tab from the SC. Â Held it up under the dash and it fit pretty snug, so next week we'll do some drilling after eliminating the abs and traction.
Here is all the left over SC parts that will probably go on the GS later. Â Im worried the W-58 will explode just pushing around the GS. Â But thats only because everyone says its going to explode.
Its probably gonna suck after we're done.
Pulled the studs out of the master. Â
Made a [s]dumb[/s] real sweet template
Accidently made the pilot hole a little to big(didn't accommodate for the outer diameter of the hole saw(FL)) , but we can seal that up with stuff or something.
Set the pedal in to take measurements of where we need to cut and reweld so the pedal will sit right. Â
From the looks of things, the fuse panel is still gonna fit in the stock location so thats kind of sweet. Â Welder won't be here until monday, and the lifts broken until they send us a new capacitor. Â I need to mount the trans to take measurements for the extender. Â But im too lazy to do it on the floor, and I kind of really want to just buy an r154