Thanks @allcruisen - that’s a hell of a nice compliment about the pipe! My favorite part about it is that I was able to tuck it up to protect it from the rocks etc.@biggum That fab work on your Y-pipe looks much better and cleaner then my Bassani Y-pipe. Great fab work.
Also, I too prefer the spicer U-joints but was wondering why you prefer the sealed once opposed to the grease able ones? I'm guessing is just a matter of preference, but if there is a difference please share.
Thanks and keep up the great "show",
Hey @BigBlue 94 - the flowmaster was great to work with and made the job pretty easy. I wish I had a TIG and all that pipe was stainless since the winters here will rust it out in pretty quick order. Cheers!
@biggum Wow, I've never seen a Factory hydraulic jack on a Bronco, doesn't mean it's not. Are there any markings on the jack itself ?
Yes - I’ve removed the AC system - lots of hoses and clutter that I really don’t need here in Maine. I’ve considered using it as compressed but I have a CO2 air tank that works great right now.
I MIG'd mine, and the whole entire exhaust. Then treated it all to a couple coats of primer and 4 coats of VHT 1200° paint. Still looks good after 2500 miles. On exhaust pipes, the stuff works great. I've not had great success with painting headers though.
Yes sir, but its more of a "step lift jack" then a scissor jack.Sure looks that way. It is definitely in a stock bracket - is that where a scissor jack would typically be?