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So I've got the 3.12" pulley on now. I am waiting for new silicon sleeves to put the s/c system back together. Also have a Boost-a-pump ready to go in.

Have had the side scoops repainted, new rockers and caps ready to go on and then a full machine polish.

While I am waiting for parts I took care of the most annoying thing about our beloved Bullitt's, which is the unpainted axle tubes....





Also detailed front suspension...


 

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Looks really good John!!! What did you use on the rear axle?
 

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Frankenstang said:
Looks really good John!!! What did you use on the rear axle?
Thanks Tim...

I used the trusty rustoleum satin and just brushed it on. It took a lot of time, mostly because of the awkward positions you've got to get yourself into. Looking back, if the car had been 6" higher it would have been much easier. On a lift would be a dream. :dhg01:
 

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tocsboat24 said:
That thing is filthy!!


Alright, so I'm kidding. Looks exceptional.
Thanks Scott...I'm anxious to get the field test done for the smaller Vortech pulley....
 

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I have always wanted to paint the back alxe. I hate the rust. My 98 came painted from the factory. Good job on yours. I might try it. You inspired me.
 

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MaineBullitt said:
Thanks Tim...

I used the trusty rustoleum satin and just brushed it on. It took a lot of time, mostly because of the awkward positions you've got to get yourself into. Looking back, if the car had been 6" higher it would have been much easier. On a lift would be a dream. :dhg01:
I know, a dream of mine is to have a lift in my garage.. only a dream though.
 

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Bullitt 736 said:
That looks fantastic!!!!!!!!!! If you're driving down the road and see a water puddle, will you stop and wait for it to dry??????? :lol:

:lol: :lol: Actually, I'd just about do anything to avoid it. I drive my wife crazy sometimes....:cool:
 

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MaineBullitt said:
:lol: :lol: Actually, I'd just about do anything to avoid it. I drive my wife crazy sometimes....:cool:
you are not the lone ranger here. I'm all over the place to avoid water.
 

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Very nice. The axle looks great.

Makes me realize how much cleaning I need to do under mine!
 

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MaineBullitt said:
Thanks Tim...

I used the trusty rustoleum satin and just brushed it on. It took a lot of time, mostly because of the awkward positions you've got to get yourself into. Looking back, if the car had been 6" higher it would have been much easier. On a lift would be a dream. :dhg01:
John: I'm in the process of repainting undercarriage parts on #4507 also......Did the front left lower A-arm......Thanks for the tip on getting the car higher.....
 

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Pronkie1 said:
John: I'm in the process of repainting undercarriage parts on #4507 also......Did the front left lower A-arm......Thanks for the tip on getting the car higher.....

Definately-the higher the better. Your back will love you for it....

Hmmmmm, A Arms.......Could be next :dhg01:
 

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BullittMakesThree said:
Very nice. The axle looks great.

Makes me realize how much cleaning I need to do under mine!
Thanks Brad...I now share some Kenne Bell blood with you, I did the Boost-a-Pump install today.

Cant wait to try everything out!
 

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silvernx said:
Looks so sweet!! your undercar is so clean.. exceptional! really.
Thanks.....and go Habs!!!!
 
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