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    Awesome. Must be something about holiday deliveries. Mine showed up on Labor Day. Good luck with inventory!
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    Dittos on the sorry and congrats. I have been following FFR since they opened and am pulling the trigger next week on a roadster. Looks like there will a bunch of us in the Midwest! I am 2 hours south of Chicago. Where did you all find the plans for the body and frame bucks? I am planning on complete kit with most options checked and a coyote combo from Forte.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sbhunter View Post
    Dittos on the sorry and congrats. I have been following FFR since they opened and am pulling the trigger next week on a roadster. Looks like there will a bunch of us in the Midwest! I am 2 hours south of Chicago. Where did you all find the plans for the body and frame bucks? I am planning on complete kit with most options checked and a coyote combo from Forte.
    I found the specs on this forum. You can also google for cobra body buck and find those PDFs.
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    Hello,
    So kit is in the garage, I have been doing an inventory for last couple days. Great way to familiarize yourself with the parts and manual.
    Kids are busy looking good in the car crop2.GIFcrop1.GIF
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    Quick question. I noticed that I need a gas pump.
    What would you recommend for my setup? 347 engine, carbureted. Do I need a regulator as well?
    Ideally, if I can just get the whole thing someplace and plug it in would be great

    Thanks,
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    Quote Originally Posted by broku518 View Post
    Quick question. I noticed that I need a gas pump.
    What would you recommend for my setup? 347 engine, carbureted. Do I need a regulator as well?
    Ideally, if I can just get the whole thing someplace and plug it in would be great

    Thanks,
    Martin
    Mike Forte can help you with all of that. Makes it easy since he already knows the rest of your set up.
    -Steve
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    Quote Originally Posted by Straversi View Post
    Mike Forte can help you with all of that. Makes it easy since he already knows the rest of your set up.
    -Steve
    Hi Steve, thanks! Yep, called him and good to go

    Martin

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    Nice to see something happening. Last night we removed the fiberglass body. I noticed some misalignment in front hood area, but after a quick forum search discovered this is a 'normal.'

    Labeled and removed panels last night. I think I like the metal finish. I was contemplating the color choices, but will keep it the way it is. Plus, it is pretty cold and every time I sprayed a sample it would stink the high heaven here. Also, it snowed here last night, ugh!

    So with the panels removed, we started working on F panels and lower control arms. It went pretty smoothly, riveting/caulking. Bolts were easy to torque, no brute force needed

    Since the upper arms are on back order we started to assemble the koni shocks. (note: didn't have a ring snap tool, neighbor saved the day )

    I was thinking about doing other parts, but FedEx is delivering 2 boxes from F5 on Monday. Hoping those are the upper control arms. So I will wait.
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    HELP: Is there a simple way of uploading pictures from the local machine? I have them on my laptop right side up, they still come out upside down?!
    I am not interested in hosting them someplace.

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    Quote Originally Posted by broku518 View Post
    HELP: Is there a simple way of uploading pictures from the local machine? I have them on my laptop right side up, they still come out upside down?!
    I am not interested in hosting them someplace.

    Thanks,
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    Not sure about easy, but this works.

    Create a photo album on the Forum:

    Start on the Forum home page and go to Gallery,
    Select Add Album, Name it and make it public.
    Now you have a place to store your photos that is independent of any 3rd party carriers.

    Upload your photos into your album and then you can either attach your photos or imbed them in your posts.

    There is a size limit on the photos you can upload, something like 1.5MB but they don't need to be that big. Various ways to resize your photos.

    There is a very detailed description of how this all works in the Welcomes and Introductions Forum.

    All that being said, occasionally, I still get a photo that does the up side down trick.
    -Steve
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    Quote Originally Posted by Straversi View Post
    Not sure about easy, but this works.

    Create a photo album on the Forum:

    Start on the Forum home page and go to Gallery,
    Select Add Album, Name it and make it public.
    Now you have a place to store your photos that is independent of any 3rd party carriers.

    Upload your photos into your album and then you can either attach your photos or imbed them in your posts.

    There is a size limit on the photos you can upload, something like 1.5MB but they don't need to be that big. Various ways to resize your photos.

    There is a very detailed description of how this all works in the Welcomes and Introductions Forum.

    All that being said, occasionally, I still get a photo that does the up side down trick.
    -Steve
    Hi Steve,
    Thanks. I will deal with this another time. I would have to change the resolution on camera or crap my pics after upload. Seems pretty easy, but after working on the car with my boys, this is the last thing I want to do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by broku518 View Post
    Hi Steve,
    Thanks. I will deal with this another time. I would have to change the resolution on camera or crap my pics after upload. Seems pretty easy, but after working on the car with my boys, this is the last thing I want to do.
    I take most of my photos with my phone. I store them on my computer at full resolution.
    For the photos I choose to post, I email them to myself. When I hit send the phone asks what size and gives me small, med, large or full res option. I pick med or large. When I get the email I drag those images to my desktop. When I upload the photos into the gallery, they are easy to find on the desktop. Then I drag them into the trash.

    Now that I write it down is seems like a PITA but I guess I'm just use to it.
    -Steve
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    I use Flickr to post pictures to the forum. It is really simple to use and is free. The only issue is if Flickr ever decides to go the way that Photobucket did and decide to start charging for third party postings.

    Here is a quick how-to for Flickr:

    1. Sign up for your free Flickr account.

    2. Once signed up, go to the upload screen.



    3. Drag and drop the photos from your PC to this screen.



    4. Create or select a previously created album to upload your photos to.



    5. Click the upload button.



    6. Now from your "Photostream", click on the photo you want to post and then click on the share icon.



    7. Copy the BB Code link and select the size you want (768 x 1024) is what I use, and paste the link into your forum post.



    And you're done!
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    I took papa's advice and use Flickr. It's easy and I think it does a better job maintaining the quality and details of the pictures when it downsizing them vs other methods of downsizing for sharing on this forum.
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    Let see how this works. Dang! Sweet! Thanks Papa!

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    Baby is already testing his Shelby Cobra replica box
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    I see progress! Good for you guys! (The little guy needs a steering wheel...)
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    Making some progress here. Boys are interested. The only tiny problem is when I have them all in the garage, mad house!
    So I have them take turns or come and go as they please.

    20171114_181958
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    I was thinking about paiting the engine bay panels, but after my oldest engraved his initials into the firewall with a screwdriver I dropped those plans
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    Awesome! Enjoying the family pics. Keep us posted.
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    Baby got sick last night, I had to stay home today and work from home. Well, things just worked out and we got this delivered today.

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    "Baby got sick last night." While I hope your kid is okay, my boss would probably never completely believe that excuse knowing what I've got cooking in the garage.

    Your engine looks great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by broku518 View Post
    Making some progress here. Boys are interested. The only tiny problem is when I have them all in the garage, mad house!
    So I have them take turns or come and go as they please.

    I was thinking about paiting the engine bay panels, but after my oldest engraved his initials into the firewall with a screwdriver I dropped those plans
    I know what you are saying about the mad house! I only have two, and it looks like they are older than yours, and I still have to separate them.

    I think that autograph is worth a lot more than Carol Shelby's! You better not paint it.

    The progress is looking good!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mach'er View Post
    "Baby got sick last night." While I hope your kid is okay, my boss would probably never completely believe that excuse knowing what I've got cooking in the garage.

    Your engine looks great.
    Thanks. Baby is feeling somewhat better, last thing I need is to have him sick during holidays.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yama-Bro View Post
    I know what you are saying about the mad house! I only have two, and it looks like they are older than yours, and I still have to separate them.

    I think that autograph is worth a lot more than Carol Shelby's! You better not paint it.

    The progress is looking good!
    Oh yes! That is what makes this build really special! These little crazy moments when kids work on the car...walking around with a screwdriver or hammer.
    My wife was pretty OCD she would have flipped. I am more easy going guy. Just as a precaution, I taped the brake line closed and other critical openings, just in case
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    Your boys are going to be so mechanical and so handy as they go through this with you! Great experience for all! Will be "Gear Heads" I bet too. Enjoy the time spent with them! I did with my two and they love doing brakes, suspension, all kinds of work on cars. Very relaxing and something fun to do as a hobby.

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    Quote Originally Posted by broku518 View Post
    Oh yes! That is what makes this build really special!...
    Start 'em young

    No boys myself but our daughter presented us with a Grandson who likes nothing more than "Helping Pawpaw with the racing cars". He was not quite 4 when this pic was taken a couple of years ago



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    Quote Originally Posted by broku518 View Post
    Making some progress here. Boys are interested. The only tiny problem is when I have them all in the garage, mad house!
    So I have them take turns or come and go as they please.

    20171114_181958
    20171115_182019

    I was thinking about paiting the engine bay panels, but after my oldest engraved his initials into the firewall with a screwdriver I dropped those plans
    20171117_181026
    Hey your making great progress with all the distractions. Memories that will last a life time.

    I think you want to take a second look at the upper control arms. they typically need to have the ball joint mount flipped so it points out to the wheel not in to the frame. As delivered they are typically pointing the wrong way.

    Chris AKA Gromit

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gromit View Post
    Hey your making great progress with all the distractions. Memories that will last a life time.

    I think you want to take a second look at the upper control arms. they typically need to have the ball joint mount flipped so it points out to the wheel not in to the frame. As delivered they are typically pointing the wrong way.

    Chris AKA Gromit
    Hi Gromit,
    Thank you so much for pointing this out! I had no idea. Just to be clear, it is that upper golden looking thingy, right?

    Thanks,
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    Quote Originally Posted by broku518 View Post
    ...Just to be clear, it is that upper golden looking thingy, right?

    Thanks,
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    Yes, "golden looking thingy" and yes the way you have thm assembled is backwards.

    Jeff

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    Flipped those golden looking thingys last night. Thank you guys again for pointing this out!
    [url=https://flic.kr/p/GSkgJg]
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    That's looking better amazing progress keep those photos coming

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    Hello there. I need some feedback about break fluid reservoir mounting location. I did this based on manual, but noticed couple comments here that the canister should be located above the master cylinders. Do I need to fix this?

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    Some updates. The pic above, I removed the reservoir and ordered double canister. Will have to mount it to the frame member to gain some elevation.
    I also ordered the Mechanical Throttle Linkage.

    With the banana welded on, fluid in, we were able to install the moser 8.8 without much trouble. Everything went pretty smoothly. Only needed to clean couple holes from having too much paint inside of them. No brute force needed. And yes, put on the tires, although there isn't any reason to do that. It just looks cool!

    One thing I wondered how to make sure that axle is aligned with engine/tranny/shaft? I guess no way to tell until the combo is in place.
    Also I noticed one front tire would rub the f panel when turned all the way. I guess this can be adjusted during alignment?


    The boys were playing who can spin the tire more and tug a war with them. Also learned about fuel system, aka what happens when you pump the gas at the gas station.



    I started to work on fuel lines, installed the fuel filter.
    Mike Forte installed inline fuel pump that doesn't utilize a return line. So I guess I don't have to run one, just cap it off.
    I am purposely leaving the floor and cockpit panel off, they are all drilled now. I think this will make things easier for me run; brake lines, emergency brakes, fuel line...
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    One of my front tires kisses the F panel when at full lock too. Not sure what can be done about it. Possibly limit the travel or bend the F panel slightly so there is clearance?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yama-Bro View Post
    One of my front tires kisses the F panel when at full lock too. Not sure what can be done about it. Possibly limit the travel or bend the F panel slightly so there is clearance?
    Breeze sells some plastic clips that limit travel. You can trim them as needed and they can be added at any time. When you set your alignment some of the travel might change. My wheel travel seemed extreme and then I tightened everything up and aligned the front and it was less dramatic.

    FF Metals makes a Wide Tire F Panel. You can see the extra bends in the bottom of the photo.



    I installed the wide tire panels and they don't rub but might need to add the limit blocks anyway to keep from pinching my brake lines. One thing leads to another...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yama-Bro View Post
    One of my front tires kisses the F panel when at full lock too. Not sure what can be done about it. Possibly limit the travel or bend the F panel slightly so there is clearance?
    I am thinking this will change once alignment is done.

    @Steve ...Breeze sells some plastic clips that limit travel. You can trim them as needed and they can be added at any time.
    Good to know, thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by broku518 View Post
    Hello there. I need some feedback about break fluid reservoir mounting location. I did this based on manual, but noticed couple comments here that the canister should be located above the master cylinders. Do I need to fix this?

    [url=https://flic.kr/p/H3obYt]
    You need to raise your reservoirs when you get the new double canister set up.
    The top of those puppies needs to be above the height of the Master Cylinders.

    You can see the height of my triple reservoir set up about 20 seconds in to this video:

    https://youtu.be/PCngiKoopkA


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    Thanks GoDadGo! Since taking this pic I already removed the single canister. I should be getting the double setup today. Saw your video, awesome build!
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    Oh, a lot of work done this weekend. Ran brake line front and rear, ran a fuel line on driver side. My fuel pump is located on left side, no return line.
    Also got my portable welding machine from Amazon for $90 bucks. Went to a local hardware store and got some metal for $30 bucks.

    I cut this out after marking the lines. I couldn't get long metal pieces to make it edge to edge. But I am happy with the final results. I am planning on getting carpet and the end.
    I didn't do anything with the battery. I kinda like it there tucked away. I may just install those jumper plugs someplace more accessible.
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    Used some metal to make up for the lost angle braces. I heard a lot of back and forth about the rear end collision, but I am sticking with this.
    20171210_112253_HDR

    Did some quick google search on how to weld. Then practice on spare metal to adjust the wire speed and amps. The setting is only low/high. So it was pretty simple.
    Setting is on low and speed on 3 to lay nice bead. Cleaned and painted the bare metal.
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    Here it is! Now I have a space to hall a welding machine around, or something else bulky....box of diaper, beer keg
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    Next:
    Bleeding brakes
    wiring harness

    Hints and tips are greatly appreciated.
    Thanks,
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    Last edited by broku518; 12-10-2017 at 05:56 PM.
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    Wow Martin, I'm amazed! You haven't welded since high school and then you knock it out in a weekend. Looks great!
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