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Day/Night Frankenmirror
Posted: Thu May 21, 2020 1:22 pm
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Day/Night Frankenmirror
Daddybus
Mirror head is a Day/Night unit from a VW Dasher. It is black plastic like a late '67 bus mirror. I made the mounting bracket. Some day I may redo the bracket for a cleaner look. It is larger than the stock mirror and I can see side-to-side/wall-to-wall across the back.


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Goin' with nut plate...Safari window reinstall
Posted: Sat May 16, 2020 1:42 pm
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Goin' with nut plate...Safari window reinstall
Daddybus
After the crash, new safari mounting holes slightly off so some new holes were needed. Window was a little off with some daylight showing through when closed and latched. Since the daddybus was crunched in the front at Blackstar 2019, I decided to go the full monty and install a threaded plate. Anthony Jr helped out almost just like the first time safaris were installed. Screws on either end lock the plate in place and are covered by two layers of friction tape (holes marked in silver.) I used #6-32 stainless machine screws which allowed for plenty of side/side adjustment and can be enlarged/retapped to #8 or #10 if the threads get buggered out in the future. Now properly aligned and no more light showing through when closed.


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Goin' with nut plate...Safari window reinstall
Posted: Sat May 16, 2020 1:42 pm
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Goin' with nut plate...Safari window reinstall
Daddybus
After the crash, new safari mounting holes slightly off so some new holes were needed. Window was a little off with some daylight showing through when closed and latched. Since the daddybus was crunched in the front at Blackstar 2019, I decided to go the full monty and install a threaded plate. Anthony Jr helped out almost just like the first time safaris were installed. Screws on either end lock the plate in place and are covered by two layers of friction tape (holes marked in silver.) I used #6-32 stainless machine screws which allowed for plenty of side/side adjustment and can be enlarged/retapped to #8 or #10 if the threads get buggered out in the future. Now properly aligned and no more light showing through when closed.


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Goin' with nut plate...Safari window reinstall
Posted: Sat May 16, 2020 1:42 pm
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Goin' with nut plate...Safari window reinstall
Daddybus
After the crash, new safari mounting holes slightly off so some new holes were needed. Window was a little off with some daylight showing through when closed and latched. Since the daddybus was crunched in the front at Blackstar 2019, I decided to go the full monty and install a threaded plate. Anthony Jr helped out almost just like the first time safaris were installed. Screws on either end lock the plate in place and are covered by two layers of friction tape (holes marked in silver.) I used #6-32 stainless machine screws which allowed for plenty of side/side adjustment and can be enlarged/retapped to #8 or #10 if the threads get buggered out in the future. Now properly aligned and no more light showing through when closed.


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Goin' with nut plate...Safari window reinstall
Posted: Sat May 16, 2020 1:42 pm
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Goin' with nut plate...Safari window reinstall
Daddybus
After the crash, new safari mounting holes slightly off so some new holes were needed. Window was a little off with some daylight showing through when closed and latched. Since the daddybus was crunched in the front at Blackstar 2019, I decided to go the full monty and install a threaded plate. Anthony Jr helped out almost just like the first time safaris were installed. Screws on either end lock the plate in place and are covered by two layers of friction tape (holes marked in silver.) I used #6-32 stainless machine screws which allowed for plenty of side/side adjustment and can be enlarged/retapped to #8 or #10 if the threads get buggered out in the future. Now properly aligned and no more light showing through when closed.


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Quarantine Projects
Posted: Tue May 05, 2020 2:09 pm
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Quarantine Projects
Daddybus
Finished fabricating the awning mounting brackets
Washed awning
Reglued spice rack
Relocated Door Table 2" left so the door will close with the table up.


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Quarantine Projects
Posted: Tue May 05, 2020 2:09 pm
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Quarantine Projects
Daddybus
Finished fabricating the awning mounting brackets
Washed awning
Reglued spice rack
Relocated Door Table 2" left so the door will close with the table up.


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Quarantine Projects
Posted: Tue May 05, 2020 2:09 pm
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Quarantine Projects
Daddybus
Finished fabricating the awning mounting brackets
Washed awning
Reglued spice rack
Relocated Door Table 2" left so the door will close with the table up.


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Quarantine Projects
Posted: Tue May 05, 2020 2:09 pm
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Quarantine Projects
Daddybus
Finished fabricating the awning mounting brackets
Washed awning
Reglued spice rack
Relocated Door Table 2" left so the door will close with the table up.


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Quarantine Projects
Posted: Tue May 05, 2020 2:09 pm
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Quarantine Projects
Daddybus
Finished fabricating the awning mounting brackets
Washed awning
Reglued spice rack
Relocated Door Table 2" left so the door will close with the table up.


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Quarantine Projects
Posted: Tue May 05, 2020 2:09 pm
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Quarantine Projects
Daddybus
Finished fabricating the awning mounting brackets
Washed awning
Reglued spice rack
Relocated Door Table 2" left so the door will close with the table up.


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Quarantine Projects
Posted: Tue May 05, 2020 2:09 pm
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Quarantine Projects
Daddybus
Finished fabricating the awning mounting brackets
Washed awning
Reglued spice rack
Relocated Door Table 2" left so the door will close with the table up.


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Daddybus fuel system
Posted: Sat Feb 01, 2020 10:49 pm
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Daddybus fuel system
Daddybus
Male AN-6 tank fitting (bought from vendor on thesamba.com), AN-6 female/AN-6 female 90 degree connector, sprint car aluminum fuel filter male AN-6 on both ends, AN-6 braided stainless hose to electric fuel pump mounted to frame rail, AN-6 braided stainless to bulkhead fitting through body, AN-6 braided stainless to pressure regulator with gauge, AN-6 hose with 180 degree end on 1-2 side, male AN-6 inlet fittings on Weber 42 DCNF Berg Specials.


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Daddybus fuel system
Posted: Sat Feb 01, 2020 10:49 pm
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Daddybus fuel system
Daddybus
Male AN-6 tank fitting (bought from vendor on thesamba.com), AN-6 female/AN-6 female 90 degree connector, sprint car aluminum fuel filter male AN-6 on both ends, AN-6 braided stainless hose to electric fuel pump mounted to frame rail, AN-6 braided stainless to bulkhead fitting through body, AN-6 braided stainless to pressure regulator with gauge, AN-6 hose with 180 degree end on 1-2 side, male AN-6 inlet fittings on Weber 42 DCNF Berg Specials.


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Daddybus fuel system
Posted: Sat Feb 01, 2020 10:49 pm
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Daddybus fuel system
Daddybus
Male AN-6 tank fitting (bought from vendor on thesamba.com), AN-6 female/AN-6 female 90 degree connector, sprint car aluminum fuel filter male AN-6 on both ends, AN-6 braided stainless hose to electric fuel pump mounted to frame rail, AN-6 braided stainless to bulkhead fitting through body, AN-6 braided stainless to pressure regulator with gauge, AN-6 hose with 180 degree end on 1-2 side, male AN-6 inlet fittings on Weber 42 DCNF Berg Specials.


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Daddybus fuel system
Posted: Sat Feb 01, 2020 10:49 pm
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Daddybus fuel system
Daddybus
Male AN-6 tank fitting (bought from vendor on thesamba.com), AN-6 female/AN-6 female 90 degree connector, sprint car aluminum fuel filter male AN-6 on both ends, AN-6 braided stainless hose to electric fuel pump mounted to frame rail, AN-6 braided stainless to bulkhead fitting through body, AN-6 braided stainless to pressure regulator with gauge, AN-6 hose with 180 degree end on 1-2 side, male AN-6 inlet fittings on Weber 42 DCNF Berg Specials.


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1.5" Heaterbox
Posted: Sat Jan 04, 2020 11:12 pm
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1.5" Heaterbox
Daddybus
I had a set of Gene Berg 1.5" high performance heaterboxes ( a 1.5" J-tube stuffed inside a heaterbox shell...no heat sink. When I ran them in the daddybus cold air would rush in and chill the bus until the motor heated up. Once the motor warmed up they produced almost enough heat to return the bus to the same temperature as I started. So 10 years ago I decides to open up the heaterboxes and add heat sinks. As the project stalled, I switched from an A-1 sidewinder header to a stainless Vintage Speed exhaust. If you run a Vintage Speed exhaust, then you know that they get quite hot. So I ordered a matching set of their stainless J-tubes and swapped it into the Berg boxes. I added some thin-walled stainless tubing to make a heat sink. BBQ paint ended the day. One down, one more to go (tomorrow's project.


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1.5" Heaterbox
Posted: Sat Jan 04, 2020 11:12 pm
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1.5" Heaterbox
Daddybus
I had a set of Gene Berg 1.5" high performance heaterboxes ( a 1.5" J-tube stuffed inside a heaterbox shell...no heat sink. When I ran them in the daddybus cold air would rush in and chill the bus until the motor heated up. Once the motor warmed up they produced almost enough heat to return the bus to the same temperature as I started. So 10 years ago I decides to open up the heaterboxes and add heat sinks. As the project stalled, I switched from an A-1 sidewinder header to a stainless Vintage Speed exhaust. If you run a Vintage Speed exhaust, then you know that they get quite hot. So I ordered a matching set of their stainless J-tubes and swapped it into the Berg boxes. I added some thin-walled stainless tubing to make a heat sink. BBQ paint ended the day. One down, one more to go (tomorrow's project.


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1.5" Heaterbox
Posted: Sat Jan 04, 2020 11:12 pm
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1.5" Heaterbox
Daddybus
I had a set of Gene Berg 1.5" high performance heaterboxes ( a 1.5" J-tube stuffed inside a heaterbox shell...no heat sink. When I ran them in the daddybus cold air would rush in and chill the bus until the motor heated up. Once the motor warmed up they produced almost enough heat to return the bus to the same temperature as I started. So 10 years ago I decides to open up the heaterboxes and add heat sinks. As the project stalled, I switched from an A-1 sidewinder header to a stainless Vintage Speed exhaust. If you run a Vintage Speed exhaust, then you know that they get quite hot. So I ordered a matching set of their stainless J-tubes and swapped it into the Berg boxes. I added some thin-walled stainless tubing to make a heat sink. BBQ paint ended the day. One down, one more to go (tomorrow's project.


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1.5" Heaterbox
Posted: Sat Jan 04, 2020 11:12 pm
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1.5" Heaterbox
Daddybus
I had a set of Gene Berg 1.5" high performance heaterboxes ( a 1.5" J-tube stuffed inside a heaterbox shell...no heat sink. When I ran them in the daddybus cold air would rush in and chill the bus until the motor heated up. Once the motor warmed up they produced almost enough heat to return the bus to the same temperature as I started. So 10 years ago I decides to open up the heaterboxes and add heat sinks. As the project stalled, I switched from an A-1 sidewinder header to a stainless Vintage Speed exhaust. If you run a Vintage Speed exhaust, then you know that they get quite hot. So I ordered a matching set of their stainless J-tubes and swapped it into the Berg boxes. I added some thin-walled stainless tubing to make a heat sink. BBQ paint ended the day. One down, one more to go (tomorrow's project.


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1.5" Heaterbox
Posted: Sat Jan 04, 2020 11:12 pm
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1.5" Heaterbox
Daddybus
I had a set of Gene Berg 1.5" high performance heaterboxes ( a 1.5" J-tube stuffed inside a heaterbox shell...no heat sink. When I ran them in the daddybus cold air would rush in and chill the bus until the motor heated up. Once the motor warmed up they produced almost enough heat to return the bus to the same temperature as I started. So 10 years ago I decides to open up the heaterboxes and add heat sinks. As the project stalled, I switched from an A-1 sidewinder header to a stainless Vintage Speed exhaust. If you run a Vintage Speed exhaust, then you know that they get quite hot. So I ordered a matching set of their stainless J-tubes and swapped it into the Berg boxes. I added some thin-walled stainless tubing to make a heat sink. BBQ paint ended the day. One down, one more to go (tomorrow's project.


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1.5" Heaterbox
Posted: Sat Jan 04, 2020 11:12 pm
Size: 960x646   Views: 31
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1.5" Heaterbox
Daddybus
I had a set of Gene Berg 1.5" high performance heaterboxes ( a 1.5" J-tube stuffed inside a heaterbox shell...no heat sink. When I ran them in the daddybus cold air would rush in and chill the bus until the motor heated up. Once the motor warmed up they produced almost enough heat to return the bus to the same temperature as I started. So 10 years ago I decides to open up the heaterboxes and add heat sinks. As the project stalled, I switched from an A-1 sidewinder header to a stainless Vintage Speed exhaust. If you run a Vintage Speed exhaust, then you know that they get quite hot. So I ordered a matching set of their stainless J-tubes and swapped it into the Berg boxes. I added some thin-walled stainless tubing to make a heat sink. BBQ paint ended the day. One down, one more to go (tomorrow's project.


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Bus crunched
Posted: Sun Jun 30, 2019 3:51 pm
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Bus crunched
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This happened the Tuesday of the Blackstar campout. Hydro drilling vacuum rig.


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Bus crunched
Posted: Sun Jun 30, 2019 3:51 pm
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Bus crunched
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This happened the Tuesday of the Blackstar campout. Hydro drilling vacuum rig.


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Bus crunched
Posted: Sun Jun 30, 2019 3:51 pm
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Bus crunched
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This happened the Tuesday of the Blackstar campout. Hydro drilling vacuum rig.


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Bus crunched
Posted: Sun Jun 30, 2019 3:51 pm
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Bus crunched
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This happened the Tuesday of the Blackstar campout. Hydro drilling vacuum rig.


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Bus crunched
Posted: Sun Jun 30, 2019 3:51 pm
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Bus crunched
Daddybus
This happened the Tuesday of the Blackstar campout. Hydro drilling vacuum rig.
The offending vehicle


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Auxiliary Battery
Posted: Fri Jan 11, 2019 11:06 am
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Auxiliary Battery
Daddybus
Auxiliary battery in the Daddybus Westphoneya camper. Made by Optima.
It is connected to the alternator (75 amp)via a circuit breaker. The breaker is closed when I drive (charges both batteries) and it is flipped open to separate the auxiliary battery from the starter battery when I camp.


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Westy Jumpseat
Posted: Tue Dec 25, 2018 11:03 am
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Westy Jumpseat
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Reproduction rear-facing Jumpseat.


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Westy Jumpseat
Posted: Tue Dec 25, 2018 11:03 am
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Westy Jumpseat
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Reproduction rear-facing Jumpseat.


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Westy Jumpseat
Posted: Tue Dec 25, 2018 11:03 am
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Westy Jumpseat
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Reproduction rear-facing Jumpseat.


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Vegas lighting for the Puck
Posted: Fri Jun 29, 2018 11:27 am
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Vegas lighting for the Puck
Daddybus
Vegas Lighting for the Eriba Puck
I got tired of fumbling around in the dark while trying to find the light switch for the light in the kitchen area (that only provided enough light to avoid fumbling around in the dark), so I spent $15 on two 6" 12v LED lights (mounted above each side window) and a rotary switch (mounted above the entry way). I can switch on the lights before entry and I have enough light to read!


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Daddybus & Puck at Surf Camp
Posted: Fri Jun 29, 2018 8:59 am
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Daddybus & Puck at Surf Camp
Daddybus
My son and I took the Daddybus & Puck to Endless Summerr Surf Camp at San Onofre. My son got up during the first set in the morning! Dad (carrying 50lbs of extra ballast) didnít do as well. Dad did get up on Day 3, but no pics.


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Daddybus & Puck at Surf Camp
Posted: Fri Jun 29, 2018 8:59 am
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Daddybus & Puck at Surf Camp
Daddybus
My son and I took the Daddybus & Puck to Endless Summerr Surf Camp at San Onofre. My son got up during the first set in the morning! Dad (carrying 50lbs of extra ballast) didnít do as well. Dad did get up on Day 3, but no pics.


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Daddybus & Puck at Surf Camp
Posted: Fri Jun 29, 2018 8:59 am
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Daddybus & Puck at Surf Camp
Daddybus
My son and I took the Daddybus & Puck to Endless Summerr Surf Camp at San Onofre. My son got up during the first set in the morning! Dad (carrying 50lbs of extra ballast) didnít do as well. Dad did get up on Day 3, but no pics.


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Daddybus & Puck at Surf Camp
Posted: Fri Jun 29, 2018 8:59 am
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Daddybus & Puck at Surf Camp
Daddybus
My son and I took the Daddybus & Puck to Endless Summerr Surf Camp at San Onofre. My son got up during the first set in the morning! Dad (carrying 50lbs of extra ballast) didnít do as well. Dad did get up on Day 3, but no pics.


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Puck Kitchen Panel
Posted: Fri Jun 29, 2018 8:42 am
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Puck Kitchen Panel
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Puck eye-candy, added a larger panel near the gas cooktop.


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Fan belt mayhem
Posted: Sun Sep 17, 2017 6:05 pm
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Fan belt mayhem
Daddybus
New fan belt. The old fan belt broke and wrapped around the alternator pulley and hit the main charging wires, which shorted out the alternator. So the alternator is new and the wires have been rerouted away from the pulley. I rerouted the other engine wires and the breather hoses to make a less cluttered engine bay.


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Puck projects
Posted: Wed Jul 05, 2017 4:13 pm
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Puck projects
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Support chains for table and cabinet doors as well as an upgraded electrical box for the GFI and battery wizard.


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Puck projects
Posted: Wed Jul 05, 2017 4:13 pm
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Puck projects
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Support chains for table and cabinet doors as well as an upgraded electrical box for the GFI and battery wizard.


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Puck projects
Posted: Wed Jul 05, 2017 4:13 pm
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Puck projects
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Support chains for table and cabinet doors as well as an upgraded electrical box for the GFI and battery wizard.


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Puck projects
Posted: Wed Jul 05, 2017 4:13 pm
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Puck projects
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Support chains for table and cabinet doors as well as an upgraded electrical box for the GFI and battery wizard.


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Puck water fill
Posted: Wed Jul 05, 2017 3:57 pm
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Puck water fill
Daddybus
New stainless steel water filler for the Puck. Had to adapt the filler from 1.5" down to 1.25".


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Puck water fill
Posted: Wed Jul 05, 2017 3:57 pm
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Puck water fill
Daddybus
New stainless steel water filler for the Puck. Had to adapt the filler from 1.5" down to 1.25".


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Puck water fill
Posted: Wed Jul 05, 2017 3:57 pm
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Puck water fill
Daddybus
New stainless steel water filler for the Puck. Had to adapt the filler from 1.5" down to 1.25".


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brake upgrade
Posted: Thu Jun 15, 2017 2:34 pm
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brake upgrade
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Wilwood 4-piston calipers on all 4 corners of the daddybus.


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brake upgrade
Posted: Thu Jun 15, 2017 2:34 pm
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brake upgrade
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Wilwood 4-piston calipers on all 4 corners of the daddybus.


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brake upgrade
Posted: Thu Jun 15, 2017 2:34 pm
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brake upgrade
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Wilwood 4-piston calipers on all 4 corners of the daddybus.


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944NA to Wilwood rear brake adapter
Posted: Wed Jun 14, 2017 1:07 pm
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944NA to Wilwood rear brake adapter
Daddybus
Made brackets to mount Wilwood 4-piston calipers to the Porsche 944 steel rear is trailing arms on the daddybus.


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Puck armrest
Posted: Sat May 27, 2017 11:35 pm
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Puck armrest
Daddybus
Borrowed an armrest/bed extension from fellow VTO member Gabe the key guy and reproduced one for my Puck.


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