None of the seals look bad, but some are not seated. Can they just be popped back on?
Sick!! Have you run it yet?1strodeo":1pv90zut said:kinda funny (but not really) looking back at statements in this thread like "I hope I don't look at this thread a year from now with no progress" or "I can't do a valve job because I don't have the chassis for very long" LOL!!
Now I have the chassis back - could've kept it all along as it turns out, indoors instead of under a tarp no less - I toyed with the notion of a V8 swap but well, I've done too much to this drivetrain not to experience and hopefully enjoy the results. And I know a V8 swap would start a chain reaction of other stuff i'd need to replace, etc etc. Not to mention the drivetrain is original to this 52 year old vehicle, I just don't have the heart to hack it up. Oh and did I mention I HAVE a V8 Bronco?? :lol: But when this one is done I will have to decide which Bronco to keep.
Anyway here is a current shot of the fuel lines somewhat mocked up. I hope to have it running this weekend, just for testing purposes and well it hasn't been run in nearly 2 years.
It would replace the 'box', brain, module, alu finned metal 'box' in the DSII U have.1strodeo":3v3sxg3w said:Hey thanks, I'm not sure what an HEI module is, I have a Duraspark setup from a '78 Granada?
1strodeo":1kp6o98p said:Thanks all, so what is the advantage of switching my existing DSII to the HEI module, (maybe ?) new coil and recurved distributor? And what's the cost for distributor?
I am getting better at your code Chad lol my Bronco is not from NV, it spent its first 35 years in FL then moved to OH/Michigan area for about 15 years before I bought it from a guy up near Flint, MI in Sep 2016, and shortly after joined this forum Its original tub will soon be restored to its former glory in (probably) original color of Arcadian Blue, but ain't decided yet