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I will be posting some pictures of 324 during my time working on it.
I think I mentioned this before on another thread, but if you ever remove the fan and pulleys to replace the power steering belt or change the water pump, make a couple studs out of 5/16" bolts, put them in only a few turns so they are easily removed after you start your two fan bolts.
Here's #6 spark plug...ouchy wah wah. I put a fresh set in, will pull a couple and look after I drive it. The rest of the plugs were just tired.
I won't be cleaning the air filter, this one has done it's job. Kind of a monkey job getting the Donaldson air filter canister out of the rig...
I figured out how to rotate the picture...I'm cutting a 1/4" off the MC pushrod.
I figured out how to rotate the picture...Here is my second brake peddle return spring in real time...
Found this "needed" brand new distributor in a cabinet in 324
Anyone who owns an early model coach has no excuse for not having an engine access in the bedroom. This "feature" is priceless when needing to work on top of the engine...distributor changes, carb tuning, general tune-up work. Yourself and/or your mechanic will thank you for it....
Anyone guess what this mess of cool stuff is??
Out with the old blown converter, all it was doing was being used as the 12v distribution panel, the 110v wasn't hooked up, I wasn't going to find out why either....
kind of a tight spot. I know you can really see in the picture, but the 110v leads on the bottom weren't hooked up. The converter wasn't doing anything other than being the 12v distribution panel for the domestic circuits powered by the house batteries.
I pulled out some of my "Hollywoods" metal polish and hit two of the wheels, very pretty.
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