I did a different type of destructive testing before welding. I tested my fluxcore against my tig and then handed them off to our CWI here. He actually recommended i do the fluxcore. Mostly because i was getting some under cut with the TIG. Thats more on me than the process though. But since i was welding it, we used the technique i was better at.
there grandmothers bathroom drain pipes were encased in cement. Easiest way to get to them was through the kitchen ceiling since it was already trashed from leaks. I was able to switch out of the corroded copper pipes without even cracking a floor tile
The chief inspector, head of the DMV special service unit and an engineer QOA officer are coming out to Pittsburgh on 9/7 to personally inspect Exotruck.
I read over the vehicle codes again and besides fixing my horn, im goign to put that tacoma window washer bottle from foz, back into exo. Id love to run it off stock switch but i dont know if i can even trace that wire anymore.
no braggin. just trying to steer away from the DF go_blin forum before i put my foot in my mouth. Some one posted a wrecked one. I saw a lot of weld failures, stuff you wouldnt notice unless you been in fabrication business for 13 years. Not saying my welds are perfect but im also not mass producing these things.
Purchase of my used 2010 Honda Accord Car.
The car is still in very good condition and never has
been involved in an accident. The title is clean, looks
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ID Vehicle: To simplify repairs/fixes/etc I'd love to know the cars history.
Main focus: handling, functionality, reliability.
End goal, yes the beaten horse "22b" exterior styling.
Technical Research (I'll post all my reading/research material links here)...
Welcome to my Members' Journal. As with other Journals on this board, this will serve to document the buildup of my car, from the purchase in 2005 to the present.
More than just listing modifications, I will use this thread for discussion and to "think out loud." This will not only help me...
The story of this car starts in a galaxy far away and probably not interesting to anyone. It was born in Japan, sold in USA, been to Canada and later shipped to Russia. From there it traveled to Germany to hit the "green hell". It has been through many stages and transitions of identity crisis...
I have a EJ 207 I brought home from Japan out of my old STI type RA. My eventual goal is to get it into my new 1999 wagon. I don't know anything about the US models of GC/GF8 so I'll be learning as I go. Starting off slow and fixing things as I find them; using problems as an excuse to upgrade...