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I will be posting some pictures of 324 during my time working on it.
I got in to the dash to change the RPM tach settings. It was ready high. I also clocked the water temp gauge to read straight up while at 190 degrees.
Had this coffee maker in storage for about 7 years, finally found a home for it...
I forgot to add this picture in series...This is the 2.50 cent old exhaust mount I used to rehang the muffler.
This was a quick food stop on my way to the coast for a couple nights, I gave 324 it's first bath by me earlier that day, looks good
Little fish in a big pond???
I kept getting small water drips coming from various plumbing fittings, then I noticed this gauge way in the back underneath the sink reading around 90psi!!! I was using the domestic water pump on this trip, I didn't hear it cycle on it's own building the pressure up past 60psi, so the pressure build is either the hot water heater warming up? Or? My next venture will be to have city water hooked up and see if the pressure slowly builds...
I was camping by myself this trip. I was tinkering on interior electrical, mainly getting the hall step lights working and the vent fan above the oven, both were switch/corrosion related.
Bad picture, but I can't stand the location of the oil pressure and water temp gauges, my field of vision is terrible on them no matter where I adjust the steering wheel and seat. I would like to move them up above on the dash, or add warning lights? idk. For now, I clocked the water temp gauge to straight up for easy reading...
Broke return spring and the carburetor throttle cable end
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