Affirmative - 3 trips up so far.Pretty cool to see all those CNC billet parts RCR uses. Have you visited the shop Jim?
Unless Fran is planning a surprise change, it's a wet sump - are you referring to the tank on the passenger (left) side? That's the fuel surge tank.Looks great Jim! What dry sump system are you using and what size dry sump tank is in that system?
Whoops! Thanks for that info.Unless Fran is planning a surprise change, it's a wet sump - are you referring to the tank on the passenger (left) side? That's the fuel surge tank.
cool picsTail hinge completed, exhaust completed, transaxle cooler and mount installed, coolant overflow tank installed, oil cooler and mount installed, fuel surge tank installed, belt harness crossbar installedView attachment 128624View attachment 128625View attachment 128626View attachment 128627
Brian,Jim, That will be a good job during this waiting period. I waited almost 6 months to get my new lift delivered.
It is possible by yourself, but an extra set of hands on occasion certainly doesn’t hurt. I put together a 4 post 15,000 lb alignment rack and a 4 post 12,000 lb oil change lift. A lot of it by myself, but there certainly were times I needed help. I also installed 3- 7,000 lb asymmetrical 2 posts and 2-9,000 lb asymmetrical 2 post lifts all in the same building. Each time I learned of a better way.
By the way, you said at one point, your floor coating was something used I believe in military airplane hangers. Would you perhaps have a supplier part number I could try and locate.
Thank You !!!