Should have thought of it sooner, could have saved maybe 25 bucks or so but I think it was going to be really hard to add brake fluid when the cab is installed on Monday. So I headed to the local speed shops to track down a remote fill tank. The tank will mount on the firewall or on the fender in the engine bay.
We now have a complete belt system. I installed the last item, the A/C delete pulley from off eBay. I will add A/C in the future but for now this will work and I’m all set up to add the compressor later. Slipped on the belt, another thing off the punch list.
I can’t believe the amount of time I spend tracking down the correct nuts and bolts for this project.
Did install the correct pulley, water pump, and rear cab mounts.
Should be all set for Monday to install the cab!
My buddy and I headed back to the junk yard. I clearly had the wrong pulley for the water pump but should have the right one now. Luckily the 95 suburban was still there and just in case pulled the crankcase pulley too, Didn’t need it.
I worked on my pulley system today. I’m having issues finding the correctly aligning water pump, or do I have the wrong pulley for the pump? To be continued.
I finished with my junk yard brackets and pullies. Some epoxy primer, followed by some rattle can paint from the orange big box store.