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Old November 26th, 2018, 04:00 PM
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Anyone have or designed a power steering bracket for the V12
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Anyone have or designed a power steering bracket for the V12
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I think I had to build one for my V12 projects. It's been awhile, so will check next time I go to the farm where one is parked in shop. If so, I'll try to send a diagram or pic. and show what I came up with. Have fun with your "12".
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Old February 18th, 2019, 01:48 PM
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‘42 Ford Siebert Ambulance with 702 and Allison trans
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Old February 18th, 2019, 04:22 PM
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1942 Ford Siebert ambulance with V-12, Allison transmission. Every time I have a creative idea, I never evaluate the consequences. Using the Allison trans is a great idea, however, I needed to buy a stand alone wiring harness, not cheap. Then, I had to set the engine mounts lower to accommodate the Allison trans for clearance. But, who else has this combination.
Thunder 12 had an Alternator bracket, now I need to figure out a power steering pump. I have installed a Saginaw 605 power steering unit with hydro boost master cylinder. 9 inch Ford rear axle, of course that requires relocating the vent and different brake lines . Brakes are 4 piston Wilwood disc brakes. Once I have the brakes done and drive live finished, requires a center bearing. Then the body work begins. Stretched frame 32 in. Fun times continue. Wow, that HF cherry picker is getting a work out, 2000 pound with engine and trans.
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Just got the Radiator. More fun.
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Just got the Radiator. More fun.
Keep it up, it's looking good! I haven't been out to the farm and looked at my homemade brackets, yet. It's a challenge to figure out the space problems, but one day, you'll drive it out, and have that good feelin' to see it all work. Best of Luck.
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