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Old 09-24-2014, 09:21 PM   #101
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looks great, do they only work on fleet side? how about step side tail gate..
Yeah, Right now they are just Fleetside which was the very desired.
I believe there are some different type of Trunnions (Rubber mounted Polyurethane pairs) for the Step side.
These would work better than the rubber mounted trunnions for the Step side.
I'm looking into this as well.
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Old 09-25-2014, 03:38 PM   #102
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What is the extra control to the left of the key?

Also........you mounted that Volvo clock upside down didn't you??
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Old 09-25-2014, 03:51 PM   #103
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What is the extra control to the left of the key?

Also........you mounted that Volvo clock upside down didn't you??
The switch is to turn on and off the fan. No, I didn't turn over the clock. This is how they were original designed, I just made it work in my case bezel.
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Old 11-16-2014, 10:56 PM   #104
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Old 11-17-2014, 07:52 PM   #105
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Here are some pictures of the window Felt.
love the look of the smooth cowl!! can you give us details on the process to get it this way? thanks!!
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Old 11-17-2014, 11:06 PM   #106
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love the look of the smooth cowl!! can you give us details on the process to get it this way? thanks!!
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I added AC to the truck, so I removed the fresh air intake on each kick panel. I sealed to opening w/indents to accept speakers. I also created custom kick panels with speakers mounts up where the fresh air vents use to be, check out the PICS.

So, I didn't need the cowl vent any more. I was going to do it myself, but it was much easier to have someone else do it! I took it to a body shop where they made a jig to hold in place so it would not move while working on it. While it was secure, they slowly cut out the vents without warping the panel. Then they replaced it with another peace of metal tacking it in place. Then they fiber-glasses the underside of the panel and completed the body work on the top of the cowl. The cost was $125 including a trade of another cowl. An extra one I had purchased in case I messed up this one. Good Luck and thanks for commenting!
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I added AC to the truck, so I removed the fresh air intake on each kick panel. I sealed to opening w/indents to accept speakers. I also created custom kick panels with speakers mounts up where the fresh air vents use to be, check out the PICS.

So, I didn't need the cowl vent any more. I was going to do it myself, but it was much easier to have someone else do it! I took it to a body shop where they made a jig to hold in place so it would not move while working on it. While it was secure, they slowly cut out the vents without warping the panel. Then they replaced it with another peace of metal tacking it in place. Then they fiber-glasses the underside of the panel and completed the body work on the top of the cowl. The cost was $125 including a trade of another cowl. An extra one I had purchased in case I messed up this one. Good Luck and thanks for commenting!
thanks for responding back! is the cowl sealed to keep water out of the wiper linkage area,or did u redirect drainage around the speakers in the stock location!! thanks again
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Old 11-18-2014, 05:45 AM   #108
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As for the clock, I mixed some paint up and color matched it. The font was there I colored them in, then I painted the chevy Bowtie that was by hand. Built them in 2004. Then I stored it until 2013 when I had all the parts to install everything. Here are some pictures of the clocks. I made two and I sold the worst of the two years ago. I'm shocked I haven't seen it in a show or something.
Where do I start ??

The engine is just awesome.

Looking at your cluster resto and mods, I have to ask, what model VOLVO is the clock from ?

I hope you can remember.

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Old 11-18-2014, 10:33 PM   #109
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I've working on my engine swap for about a year, slowly getting all my parts together before removeing the engine. For the past couple of months I have been really getting some goals accomplished. I've installed 2001 Corvette LS1, left the oil pan (BAT WING) installed. It fit great, like it was built for the truck! I have a 700R4 behind that with posi 411 gears. I'm working on the wiring and air conditioning. The ESM is under the dash next to the (OLD Air Product) AC unit. I have new wiring harness from America Autowire includes accessory wiring. Here are some pictures.
Do you have a photo of the computer mounted beside the Old Air unit? I have mine mounted to the inner fender, but want to move it inside the cab. I don't have a/c yet, but I do plan to add that later, so I don't want the PCM to be in the way.
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Old 11-30-2014, 11:37 PM   #110
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nice truck keep the good work up and post coming
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Old 12-02-2014, 10:40 PM   #111
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Do you have a photo of the computer mounted beside the Old Air unit? I have mine mounted to the inner fender, but want to move it inside the cab. I don't have a/c yet, but I do plan to add that later, so I don't want the PCM to be in the way.
I didn't get a picture of that. I used a mounting plate for that computer (2004 LS1) so I can remove it without unbolting it. I would have to also remove the glove box do so. It's a very tight fit and I had to shorten the glove box by about 4 inches.
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WOW!
That looks great! I want to know more about:

The Clock.....you painted the face? Did you use a vinyl mask? How did you find the font and the correct color? It looks factory!

The Voltmeter conversion.......how difficult was the conversion? I have a few extra '73-'87 voltmeters in my stash. Great idea.
The paint was located at a model bobbie store and I mixed a little white together to get the correct color, testing the color numerous times. I used a mask that I created. Check this out, I photo copied the face on a copy machine then I cut each number/dash out. Put it on the face and painted it with a model airbrush gun. Very slow.

Voltmeter conversion I found it online. It was not to bad to do. I used the original face so getting that lined up was the hardest thing to do. Always do two at a time and pick the better one you complete. Good luck!
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Where do I start ??

The engine is just awesome.

Looking at your cluster resto and mods, I have to ask, what model VOLVO is the clock from ?

I hope you can remember.

Thanks, Rian.
I used two type of clocks and two different years. I used the face of a non quartz clock from a 1960-70's 140 Volvo. I put the face on a 1986-1993 factory quartz Volvo 240 clock cluster.

I found one on ebay, just search the year and model I posted: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Volvo-240-26...3d15ab&vxp=mtr

I might have put to much time into this but I did restore this 14 years ago and I could't find anything to fit at the time. There might be more available now.
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thanks for responding back! is the cowl sealed to keep water out of the wiper linkage area,or did u redirect drainage around the speakers in the stock location!! thanks again

The cowl seal is meant to keep water out of the engine bay. It directs water to the outside areas. If you keep you cowl/vents, Water can still get to the speaker area to drain/drip out of the bottom but I sealed it off to the interior. Factory drainage holes are there. If they get clogged with leave thats the reason this area rusts out. I didn't like that leaves would get blown into my vehicle during the summer months because the vents were open to get fresh air. It would be the only way I could get them out as well.
I didn't need the cowl vent any longer because the only reason its there is to allow fresh air to get directed into the interiors air vents. I now don't get leaves blowing in. When I want fresh air I put the windows down, When I want AC windows are up and I get fresh AC blowing!! Convert to AC its well worth it!
Keep it clean......
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1958-1966 Truck Fleetside Tailgate, Ultimate hinge Trunnion (2 Piece Set) made of Stainless Steel and Delrin.
These are replacement hinge trunnion parts to upgrade your chevy fleetside truck.
These are perfect for the truck restorer!

These are Very quite while opening and closing the tailgate.
You have to reused your original Trunnion hinge plate/bracket as seen in the pictures. Just remove the bolt with lock washer, replace with these stainless steel hinge trunnions and bolt back on your truck.

I recommend power coating or chrome your Trunnion hinge plate before installing these back on it. To prevent further rusting.
See my attached link if your interested in purchasing.

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I also offer a cheaper version, Made of all Stainless steel on this listing:
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I also in the works on building 67-72 tailgate Trunnion hinges!

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Old 02-04-2015, 07:26 PM   #116
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1967-1972 and 1958-1966 Truck Fleetside Tailgate, Ultimate hinge Trunnion (6 Piece Set) made of Stainless Steel and Delrin. Now offering the complete SET!
These are replacement hinge trunnion parts to upgrade your chevy fleetside truck.
These are perfect for the truck restorer!
Made in USA!

Price reduced
These are Very quite while opening and closing the tailgate.

See my attached link if your interested in purchasing"
http://www.ebay.com/itm/171709176937...#ht_559wt_1094

I also offer a cheaper version, Made of all Stainless steel on this listing:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/171709178087...#ht_413wt_1094 SOLD OUT

http://www.ebay.com/itm/171743832627...84.m1555.l2649 SOLD OUT

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Old 03-13-2015, 07:30 PM   #117
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1954-1987 Chevy GMC Truck Stepside Tailgate Hinge Trunnion "Patent pending"
Ultimate Hinge Trunnion (4 Piece Set) made of Stainless Steel/Delrin replacement part!
Made in USA!

These are very quiet while opening and closing the tailgate. See the pictures

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Available on Ebay right NOW!
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These are hinge trunnion replacement parts to upgrade your Chevy Stepside Truck.
The Trunnions are manufactured from Delrin and 303 stainless steel.

I have a picture listed of the replacement trunnions that are zinc plated which will still rust on your truck. I also show the original trunnion that was removed and has rusted and made that awful sound while opening and closing the tailgate. You can reuse your bolts and lock washers, but would recommend you use stainless steel bolt and lock washer. Be sure to use an antilock lube when reinstalling your Trunnions, prevent bolt lock! Just remove the bolt with lock washer, replace with these stainless steel hinge trunnions and bolt back on your truck just in reverse of how you removed it from the truck.

No more greasing the trunnion, No more rusting, No more noise with a huge improvement, smooth opening and closing of your tailgate! You'll love it!

Free shipping USPS in 50 states.

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Delrin is a Acetal AF blend, supplied as a 2:1 blend of Acetal AF-100 and Acetal 150 resins, has excellent sliding/friction properties. Bearings made of Acetal AF blend can operate at higher speeds while exhibiting reduced wear. These bearings are also essentially free of slip-stick behavior because the static and dynamic coefficient of friction are closer than with most plastics. Acetal AF blend retains 90% of the strength that is inherent in unmodified Acetal.

303 Stainless Steel is very similar in properties to that of 304 Stainless Steel, However 303 has an addition of sulfur for better machining characteristics. 303 Stainless Steel is Corrosion resistant to temperatures of 1500 Degrees or more. It is used in screw machines, food processing equipment, marine applications, and some aerospace application.
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1954-1987 Chevy GMC Truck Stepside Tailgate Hinge Trunnion "Patent pending"
Ultimate Hinge Trunnion (4 Piece Set) made of Stainless Steel/Delrin replacement part!
Made in USA!

These are very quiet while opening and closing the tailgate. See the pictures

Website is: tdtrunniondesign.com

Available on Ebay right NOW!
http://www.ebay.com/itm/171718930810...84.m1555.l2649

These are hinge trunnion replacement parts to upgrade your Chevy Stepside Truck.
The Trunnions are manufactured from Delrin and 303 stainless steel.

I have a picture listed of the replacement trunnions that are zinc plated which will still rust on your truck. I also show the original trunnion that was removed and has rusted and made that awful sound while opening and closing the tailgate. You can reuse your bolts and lock washers, but would recommend you use stainless steel bolt and lock washer. Be sure to use an antilock lube when reinstalling your Trunnions, prevent bolt lock! Just remove the bolt with lock washer, replace with these stainless steel hinge trunnions and bolt back on your truck just in reverse of how you removed it from the truck.

No more greasing the trunnion, No more rusting, No more noise with a huge improvement, smooth opening and closing of your tailgate! You'll love it!

Free shipping USPS in 50 states.

Material used:

Delrin is a Acetal AF blend, supplied as a 2:1 blend of Acetal AF-100 and Acetal 150 resins, has excellent sliding/friction properties. Bearings made of Acetal AF blend can operate at higher speeds while exhibiting reduced wear. These bearings are also essentially free of slip-stick behavior because the static and dynamic coefficient of friction are closer than with most plastics. Acetal AF blend retains 90% of the strength that is inherent in unmodified Acetal.

303 Stainless Steel is very similar in properties to that of 304 Stainless Steel, However 303 has an addition of sulfur for better machining characteristics. 303 Stainless Steel is Corrosion resistant to temperatures of 1500 Degrees or more. It is used in screw machines, food processing equipment, marine applications, and some aerospace application.
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Summer price break!!
Price reduced
58-66 Fleetside Tailgate Trunnion on the eBay.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/171709176937...#ht_559wt_1094

I also in the works on building 67-72 trunnion hinges.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/171709178881...#ht_430wt_1094


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47-87 Stepside Tailgate Trunnions on the eBay.
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