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Project "Leftie" - part #4
 
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(02.08.14) I have been busy keeping warm this winter and it left little time to work on the Jeep, but I am making progress, little by little. I was able to get the sets of powder coated wheels shipped out to their new owners as well as a few other sets of things that I have picked up along the way. I was able to upgrade a few things that I hadn't been able to as of late and things are moving in the right direction now.
 
 
There has been some things added to the Jeep to stiffen up the body a bit as well as fix a few other areas. I also did a international parts swap with a guy in the UK that was able to find me a RHD heater box, which is just awesome news. There will be heat now when the fall days grow cool and the Spring days are still a bit chilly from the winter.

cb (02.08.14)
 
 
(03.25.14) It has been the coldest winter I have ever experienced up here in NH. It makes it tough to work on the Jeeps, but I have been pluggign away. I received a heater setup from across the pond and wanted to get it apart and make sure it was working and that it fit. All went as planned which was nice.
 
 
I did perform a "blazer motor upgrade" so the heater blower motor would push more air and although I don't have it plumbed or the cables hooked up, the power was there and it blows very loudly, which was what I was looking for. I did however put the heater core in backwards the first time and when I swapped the broken part out for the new diffuser, that went in backwards as well... crazy backwards RHD setup!

cb (03.25.14)
 
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