EHLS1 ute

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Re: EHLS1 ute

by ehls1 [old] » Sun Apr 29, 2012 9:23 pm


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Originally posted by deek74

Any chance of getting more info and pics of your wiper motor set up, need to do mine and your idea sounds good, dont know how I would control it switch wise? My chev gets in the way need a small one or do something like you have done.






Sorry for slow reply. You will need 2 centre pivots & 2 control arms.

I used these as the bush pivots are easier to fix. I fitted the wiper arms & pivots then cut the control arms & wlded the together.

Just make sure that that pivot arms the same, I set them in the 6.o'clock position.

I have a pic of the motor fitted under dash for you.




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Hope this helps Bob
 
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Re: EHLS1 ute

by JZ-64-EH [old] » Thu May 24, 2012 11:16 pm

Hey ehls1, im just wondering with those brakes do you have any issues with steering lock, do you have to modify the wish bones to achieve full steering lock or just bolt in with no issues? cheers.
 
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Re: EHLS1 ute

by ehls1 [old] » Thu Apr 25, 2013 11:09 am

Hi Guys,



its been a while since my up dating so I will post up a few pics & bring you up to date on the build.



First up the Exhaust is done to the rear axle. I may put an extra muffler on the rear if it is too loud.



Took me a while to make the exhaust as it was order parts then fit, order then fit, order then fit as I went from front to rear.



I have mounted the bracket at the end of the trans too.




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Now to the fuel tank. Took out the centre fill made an alloy ring to fit the pump. I have used a ute fuel pump & fitted an alloy pipe to the tank. The original filler will connect to this.






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Cheers for now
 
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Re: EHLS1 ute

by 66HR [old] » Sun Sep 22, 2013 8:42 am

Awesome build mate! How's it been going for you lately? lot of different ideas here which are great. Cheers.
 
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Re: EHLS1 ute

by Tuf064 » Sun Sep 22, 2013 9:30 am

Great stuff, good to see it still moving along!
 
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Re: EHLS1 ute

by ehls1 » Fri Nov 13, 2015 9:24 pm

Hi guys,
Haven't updated for a while.
I willbring you up to date over a few posts.

With all mechanical done it is time to do trim & panel stuff
 
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Re: EHLS1 ute

by BrennoEH » Sun Nov 15, 2015 5:46 pm

ehls1 wrote:Hi guys,
Haven't updated for a while.
I willbring you up to date over a few posts.

With all mechanical done it is time to do trim & panel stuff

I'm keen to see what you've been up to, It's been a while
 
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Re: EHLS1 ute

by ehls1 » Fri Nov 20, 2015 7:01 pm

I am having difficulty in posting photos.
I have an ipad which I have photos on how do I resize for posting them.
 
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Re: EHLS1 ute

by ehls1 » Fri Nov 20, 2015 8:11 pm

Bench seat made from 2 seat frames.
2 seater with room in the middle for trans tunnel
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This is 50mm wider than standard
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Re: EHLS1 ute

by ehls1 » Sat Nov 21, 2015 11:07 pm

I got the ls1 in the eh now I am getting the vy gauges into the eh.
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