Went to local Mustang show today at Ray Varner Ford in Clinton. Scored another top 25 with the old Cobra. 2 for 2 on shows lol.
Not really Michael pretty much the same way it happens at my house. It's just nice to dream and think I might have some say Lol...You guys must have a different arrangement than me. House planning at our house means I may have some say over the garage….anything else exceeds my paygrade.
Yeah, I'd lean toward an exchange of PMs. But really no telling. Beside manner was definitely lacking, but then again it's not like we are a bunch of children attending Sunday school.Oh prolly... That was just the last post that it shows he made... IDK what happened before or after that, or in a PM... I'm not sure...
Yikes, good catch. That could have resulted in very bad news in the right condition. Dead short on a big cable like that would burn one down pretty quickly.Well, while installing that new exhaust header gasket, I saw my 1/0 gauge battery starter cable had gotten too close to the pass side header and melted off its insulation in a 1.5-2” section. Of course oxidation set in as well.
My battery and starter solenoid are in the trunk and thankfully when I ran the cable originally 20yrs ago I left enough slack to cut off 12-14” from the starter back and solder in a new copper lug. I made sure to push the new section another little bit away from the LTHs and I wrapped the cable in the mineral will fiberglass header wrap that I have on my intake tube. It is Tight down there Especially with my tranny cooler lines running there. But I got it taken care of and buttoned back up Finally last night.
A pic is below and I wiggled and bent the cable to see how much oxidation ran thru the section. i never had a hint the cable had any resistance I suppose that is due to my over sizing the cable To some degree.
I still need to do the TFI relocate but all I’ve managed so far is sanding the casting a bit to remove bad oxidation so it at least looks a bit more presentable.