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|#477 Part II|
|Author: Duramaxer (Show all albums)|
Can’t remember seeing the light through the old core
There it is. New core and all fittings resoldered. Original transmission oli heater/cooler functionality. Discussed it with the rebuilder and opted for the original 3 core even if there is “room” for more. Theory is that 3 rows should be way more than needled, and more rows would take more air pressure (aka fan) to be efficient. Aluminium build was tempting but less efficiency and less resistance to mechanics did not make the weight reduction worth the cost Original core was clogged inside out and the cooling fins was no longer properly thermally connected due to corrosion. New thing will cool.
Just a picture of the e-brake assembly. Everything here was ok. Changed the shaft seal and reassembled brake as it was.
SKF Partnr. Output shaft seal
Curtesy of Mr. Cruise
New pump seal
New shift shaft seal going in
Throttle lever seal going out
Addressing som potential leaks before merging engine and transmission again
46 years old radiators are not cool.
Plastic welded the cracks that was in the grey water holding tank.
The plastic moulding across the rear window shelf was damaged when I disassembled the bedroom interior, so here I am trying to come up with something to replace it. Some teak, a little glue and thirty something clamps might be a start.
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