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Mudrat
09-22-2005, 01:06 PM
Looking to adapt my Webber to a stock manifold and Clifford (http://cliffordperformance.net/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Store_Code=CP&Product_Code=169) wants about 50 bucks for one??
Same with the Webber guys, but they have a fool injection (http://www.racetep.com/k9555.html) for the I-6 priced about $2500 8)

Trying to find a replacement carb for the YJ since the carter has crapped out (again) I need something REALLLLLLL soon, (like right now tonight! :oops: ) I'm not ready to pull all the intake/exhaust off my CJ and put on her YJ (yet) then buy an exhaust route - but may have to do that since the intake will not work with a stock exhaust.

Yeah I know - "it's just a 6 cyl part". sure wish I could convince you there are A LOT of 'them' out here :smile:

pat

Lifted79CJ7
09-22-2005, 04:50 PM
Come to the dark side young Mudratwalker.... The power of the V8 is much stronger than that of the 6 side....

jeepsr4ever
09-22-2005, 05:44 PM
Do not temp poor mudratwalker he will convert soon enough...muhahahaaha :?:

Mudrat
09-22-2005, 07:08 PM
Come to the dark side young Mudratwalker.... The power of the V8 is much stronger than that of the 6 side....

Do not temp poor mudratwalker he will convert soon enough...muhahahaaha
And as the saga is written, the heart of the beast will be transported by the Golden Chariot to the Grey Cave on the morrow. Not yet ready for transplant as accessories are still required to make the Beast strong and whole. But the young female shall not taste of the power to be held within the Red Beast, for she must first assimilate the response of the Green Theme and become proficient in the ways of the Slushy-6 before learning the dark art of jamming gears and racing the Heart to be placed inside the Red Beast. Hence the need to adapt the Wiley Webber into the Green Theme.

But alas, the precocious problem of the Bad BBD has been stifled in ité─˘s shittyness (for now) in the Green Theme. And, as it is written, the lesser power of The Red Beast shall soon be visited into the Green Theme to ensure adequate use of the balance and strength The Theme currently possesses, but as yet unlocked. Additional enterprises will need to be assigned as finances can bare. Such resources abound, but are not within reach at this time as Sir Pinion and his court demand tribute first.

And be it also known, the numbers on the Side of the 6 need to be understood and dealt with for their numbers are Many and the Profits can be great.

But I digress in this saga. The transplant process will take time as Mudratwalker is forced to conjure and work in solitary, only as time permits with a budget that does not, for his maiden does not understand the concept of Budget. Also, issues still abound with the trashed transverse motivation equipment in The Beast and must be replaced. Sir Pinion has too many chips missing off his top-block and his court of Carrier and Ring, Shaft and Brake and that imbecile Bearing, must be all be satiated before the Beast can properly be exercised and judged for worthiness.

This is my tale of woe, alone and fighting the evils of Job, Finance, Time and Solitude. Assistance is sought. Alas! None is forthcoming. So the tedium and toil continue yet another winter with the hopes the Winter Solstice will bring reprieve to the weary Mudtratwalker. :smile:

tarior
09-23-2005, 03:23 AM
:mrgreen: :mrgreen:

pyagid
09-23-2005, 07:12 AM
A local guy to me makes these
http://www.detoursusa.com/incline_eq.php

jeepsr4ever
09-23-2005, 10:12 AM
:?: Touche'

Mudrat
09-23-2005, 09:12 PM
Paul - that looks pretty slick!! But I don't see how it can mount to the Webber and a stock manafold? Only one set of stud holes??? But since the 'lesser parts' are leaving the CJ for the YJ, I'd need that wedge for the Clifford intake and Weber.

http://members.cox.net/mudrat-jeeper/AMC_360/i6-2.JPG

And as previously scribed, the Golden Chariot has successfully transported the Heart of the Beast to the Grey Cave.

http://members.cox.net/mudrat-jeeper/AMC_360/360-1.JPG http://members.cox.net/mudrat-jeeper/AMC_360/360-2.JPG

Looks a bit different from when it arrived :t:

So here is the Green Theme, Golden Chariot with the Heart of the Beast and the donor for a new transverse motivator. I've been considering using the front transverse device to strengthen the front carrage of the Green Theme :-| D-side drop, D-44 :idea: ???

http://members.cox.net/mudrat-jeeper/AMC_360/the-trio.JPG

Mudrat
09-23-2005, 09:23 PM
On another note . . . how in the heck am I gunna get the 6 out and the 8 in when I don't even have room to turn around up front? The hoist won't even fit in there!!!

http://members.cox.net/mudrat-jeeper/AMC_360/360-4A.JPG

And the hoist is another problem ...

http://members.cox.net/mudrat-jeeper/AMC_360/360-2.JPG

If you look at the right leg of the hoist, and the front of the shop . . . there ain't no cement under there (a 3 foot drop 8" back under the shop :shock: !!!) I had to put the engine stand on the motor, put the back wheels of the stand in the shop and while Gigi lowered the boom (litteraly!! She dropped it on my back!) while I lifted and pushed the engine into the shop!!!! (with the hoist tilting over as well once she got it off my back!! :oops:

Damn - where's the Hulk when I need him 111!!!

ROB I NEED HELP WITH AXLES TOMORROW!!! I gotta get something under the back end so I can pull the 'stuff' off the CJ in preps to transplant the HP goodies and then pull the I-6 and insert V-8 :wink:

pyagid
09-26-2005, 09:12 AM
:shock: that thing is looking real nice. It will go nicely in your CJ

pyagid
09-26-2005, 09:13 AM
:shock: that thing is looking real nice. It will go nicely in your CJ

as far as that adapter. I am not sure your best bet would be to email him directly

-Paul

Mudrat
09-26-2005, 09:52 AM
:shock: that thing is looking real nice. It will go nicely in your CJ

as far as that adapter. I am not sure your best bet would be to email him directly

-Paul
Thanks Paul - like I told MC, it's too purdy to trash - I'm just gunna frame it :wink: (with 3/6 steel frame and 18ga sheet metal :idea: )

I'll shoot him and email and see if he make them for a webber - if not maybe Matt will consider a NEW PRODUCT to go with the other things he make that we don't know about because ... welll MC YOU know :oops:

Pat

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