A friend asked me several years ago to fit another point to the waterflange outcomming off the cylinder head to get a real signal.
After a while others asked about it too.
They are all running Td5 engines! :wings:
So I manufactured 16 items all in the same shape.
I'm not likely to use it on my way round the world, but it seames to me light (less than 4 pounds) and usefull.
adopted to a small jack the gearbox can be moved to the right position
and lifted up
What do you think about it?
Here's the problem:
The Nato hook doesn't open to the full 90°, so the only way to hook the draught eye in is from underneath and twist the hook 180°.
This is not a comfortable job.
The tub has to be shortened to the rear cross member!
That was the plan.
Only some hours to get it from this...
This is what you get:
a little bit corrosion here ...
... and there.
It'll take some hours to get it shiny! :wavey:
But let's have a look step by step.
When the bed is off the frame you'll first have a chance to calculate what you get.
The bed is something for the yard junky...