Post by STROMI 121 on Jan 15, 2017 16:04:12 GMT -5
I sand/clean both ends being joined. Then take a punch, awe, screwdriver, etc to the larger diameter of the two to slightly flare/enlarge the opening . Then i try to force the smaller one into the larger one and make a series of tack welds until its welded all the way around. Then I typically go back over it with a bridge weld to insure there is no leaks. Never had one fail yet. I trust it way more than a brass compression fitting. And I always do all this on the work bench. JMO
Last Edit: Jan 15, 2017 16:07:14 GMT -5 by STROMI 121
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read the thread but change motor mounts to spool type, weld sub to k, put some extra sub mount bolts and tranny x member to floor also, weld a mean bumper to the beam, extra leafs, reinforce the rear leaf mounts, chain the humps, I like to wedge the trunk and run them low in the back on mopars.