Ah Page 7, the Summer Projects Page,
First the Ranger, 5 hours of work and this is what you get,
Also my home made power siphon system, formally the High Pressure fuel Pump from the ranger
she is all apart, gonna swap the elec-tcase for a manual one,
more on that later,
Working on the Fuel deliver System, The Oil Pressure Switch that will turn on the Fuel Pump when there is oil pressure. The Pressure Switch is for a Dodge Dakota, a 95 I think but I hope it will work for my application.
New Fuel pump Mounted and ready to be plumped into the system.
still have to finish the wiring and make a skid plate to protect it from Damage Hape promblems that it was to tall to mount inside the frame Rail so Now it is out there in space but it will be esay to work on in the furture if I Need to get to it.
now the summer Project at home, Install a wood Boiler in the garage to heat the house and Pool,
Cement Saw's are fun and so is breaking out concrete,
Me and my Brother-in-law Kent working at the trench by the house basement. Working on the last segment and then showing the world our better sides while at it. LOL
ah the Mini Trench that I had dug filling up with water from the cement saw. Had to leave it dry out for a week and then took the outside diggers off the garden tiller and ran it down the trench again to loosen up the dirt for diggin. Worked out fairly well, Trench complete with the Lines wrapped and installed.
looking at the trench with lines going to the house, and then the lines on the inside of the garage wall.
Streching out the 1.5 Inch line that I used to put in 2 Network Lines a Phone line and a Line for Cable TV for the garage. Used a shop vac to suckction some foam with string tied to it then tied string to rope pull rope through, and then tied rope to the Network/Phone/Cable TV bundle and pulled through. I know the size of line is over kill but this way I can add whatever else to it down the road and I had this stuff stored away from a failed Pool pump filter plumping overhaul of a few years back. You just can't buy 10 feet of this stuff I had to buy 100 well now I have it almost all used up.
Back filling the Trench or Playing with dirt as wife called it.
Update's I have been busy once again, Started on the Inside of the garage wall Making a box for the tubing to run in, First part, a ramp from the hole in the wall up to the bench area, then to get it boxed in and covered up.
the stove as it sits now, with the Mock up for the Holding tank above the wood boiler. I took 3 hours to make brackets for it that it sits on now the metal for that project is in the foregrond on the saw horse's. the completed Holding tank assembly with Overflow Piping that discharges 8" above the floor.
Ah the Summer GearHead Dream Pic,
a 78 ford and and a 68 charger
backlite by the soft glow of the garage lights of a task that is going on well into the night. LOL