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Here's she goes again. IKR...

I apparently left this off my hauls page. I bought this in Seattle in March-ish. Just got it to Boise In August, time to get it on-outta-here!

Here was the craigslist pic. (must have been wet...)
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Its was a holy-mess, mostly everything looked like this with lots of spiders-
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Forgot to take a total ugly before pic.

Here it is sanded and washed...
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Plus a few Eliminator parts to replace dog eaten parts...

This will be similar to my eliminator- with a few changes. 1 major one is I have to paint the tub. ugh.

I also have a VERY IMPORTANT ??
What is this...and do I need to remove it before doing a harness flip to single 12V???
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I am debating on painting my eliminator tub when I fix it up but it doesn't look like fun. Good luck!
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How do you do the harness flip? I was just trying to figure how to convert the dual 6 volt Jeep to a single 12v battery setup :)
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There is a how-to in the FAQ's. I haven't done it myself but I saw the diagram for it there
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Why harness flip, and not just re-terminate the battery ends to a single connector? Just curious...
Can't wait to see what you do with this one!
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Not really a flip since its the two wire not 4, but that's what I'm confused about I can't find what all I need to do for 2 wire... Is it that easy just adding plug.
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gwinnythepooh wrote:Not really a flip since its the two wire not 4, but that's what I'm confused about I can't find what all I need to do for 2 wire... Is it that easy just adding plug.
Yep. There should be a jumper wire from one connector to the other. Just cut off the dual 6v connectors and splice in your single 12v.
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h-bomb wrote:
gwinnythepooh wrote:Not really a flip since its the two wire not 4, but that's what I'm confused about I can't find what all I need to do for 2 wire... Is it that easy just adding plug.
Yep. There should be a jumper wire from one connector to the other. Just cut off the dual 6v connectors and splice in your single 12v.
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Body update: It wasn't that bad... really.

I decided on a matte black body. Since they litterally climb all over these dukes of hazzard style, and are so low to the ground I didn't like the idea of gloss... So I used Black Satin and then Rustoleum 2X Matte clear. I clear because it protects the suface so much longer, gives a much nicer finish and makes more of a washable surface. It looks Perfect! Very happy with the outcome!

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Decals are safely under clear
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Including gauges
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I have some tips for those of you having issues and are skipping clear- It really makes 100% difference in the appearance! But I will post a thread in paint.
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Where'd you get the gauge/taillight decals, Gwinny?
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I made them myself! :) LOL... I was spending SOOO much on decals I started making my own using bumper sticker paper from Office Max. I just google an image and shrink it to size I want In publisher and make a whole file.
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They make bumper sticker paper??!!
coool... I'm going to stop printing my small stuff on photopaper, then.
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Yes! It's awesome! It's $18 for 7 sheets, it runs about $5 per car for all the decals, I print in photo quality and clear over and they look fab!!

No more high price for NCAA stickers!
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gwinnythepooh wrote:Yes! It's awesome! It's $18 for 7 sheets, it runs about $5 per car for all the decals, I print in photo quality and clear over and they look fab!!

No more high price for NCAA stickers!
I'd buy the 3 gauges decals if you don't mind making them :D
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hkayssi wrote:
gwinnythepooh wrote:Yes! It's awesome! It's $18 for 7 sheets, it runs about $5 per car for all the decals, I print in photo quality and clear over and they look fab!!

No more high price for NCAA stickers!
I'd buy the 3 gauges decals if you don't mind making them :D
I could do that. It would be like $2 shipped. Does that work?
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It would probably be more to ship to Canada but I'll buy them after you adjust the shipping if need be :D

Is it possible to adjst the size a bit if necessary or is that a problem???? I need a couple of sets :D
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Which brand do you use? Amazon has some but the reviews say they don't stand up well in direct sunlight
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hkayssi wrote:It would probably be more to ship to Canada but I'll buy them after you adjust the shipping if need be :D

Is it possible to adjst the size a bit if necessary or is that a problem???? I need a couple of sets :D
Oh yeah, I was just charging materials and shipping, Do you happen to know what just a reg letter size envelope is to Canada.

I will just charge based on how much paper I use. Yes let me know size, easy to change! SO there is a speedo, voltage, and temp.
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SAHDman wrote:Which brand do you use? Amazon has some but the reviews say they don't stand up well in direct sunlight
This is what I use...http://www.officedepot.com/a/products/9 ... -Stickers/ but I buy it local so no shipping.

And like I say its sealed in UV clear coat. Its great.
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gwinnythepooh wrote:
hkayssi wrote:It would probably be more to ship to Canada but I'll buy them after you adjust the shipping if need be :D

Is it possible to adjst the size a bit if necessary or is that a problem???? I need a couple of sets :D
Oh yeah, I was just charging materials and shipping, Do you happen to know what just a reg letter size envelope is to Canada.

I will just charge based on how much paper I use. Yes let me know size, easy to change! SO there is a speedo, voltage, and temp.
That is great :D
I need the following:
3 speedometer gauges size 1.5"
1 Voltage gauge size 1.5"
1 temp gauge 0.75"

Let me know if that works and how much to paypal you :D
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Its sounds mysteriously familiar- are you using them for a jeep? LOl, that's actually what I started at and scaled down for the Eliminator- so I already had those sizes, here's my jeep
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OK, so got them printed, looks like a reg envelope to Canada is $2, so how about $4.50 shipped...
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Gwinny I love all your projects, you're a real artist.
I need those gauges for a Peg Perego Ranger GT, I'm missing the dash decals ;)

PM me your paypal info and I'll send you the payment :D
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That's looking great so far, can't wait to see the finished product. Nice work as always!
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Update:

So it finally happened to me! The dreaded wrinkle..No idea why. Did clear less than 12 hours after, and usually I am pushing 24... Oh well, I'll fix it. But it hurt my feelings :? ? 8-) :lol:
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Sweet! and that Boise/OU decal :lol: :lol: :lol: cracking me up! You just going to mask off your white and re-due the orange on the seat, I hope!
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Haha. Thanks for noticing. That was a big day in my life. :)

Yes I just masked off white, sanded and re=sprayed. Its not perfection, but its ok. This seat is driving me crazy. Its always the seats that give me fits...but I am my own worst enemy, if I would just do them 1 color.

I am partially in assembly, but I am missing a motor screw, and can't find any spares. ergh
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Some (most) assembled, just need to get light covers painted and the Motor Cover. Not sure what my deal is with that, been dragging my feet...

Hopefully can put this up for sale on Saturday!
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Changed to a single 12V, did remove the circuit breaker. Works perfect, well, testing anyway.
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Super well done!
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Very Nice :D Great use of color! Lovin' it!

.....some orange and blue wire loom cover would look pretty trick over the motor/battery wires in the tub ;)

nevermind, just seen you have the engine cover lol
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Great Job as always Gwinny :D
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All4TheBoys wrote:Very Nice :D Great use of color! Lovin' it!

.....some orange and blue wire loom cover would look pretty trick over the motor/battery wires in the tub ;)

nevermind, just seen you have the engine cover lol
Yes, I have the cover. Just putting off painting it for some reason... I'm gonna start on it tonight. It had some pretty well baked on decals and some teeth marks I've been avoiding. Im not good at the "It is what it is" scenario.... :roll: :roll:
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Love the pedal and the recessed blue/raised orange on it. That's thinking outside the box.

I know you said you picked up bumper sticker paper for the decals, but how are you cutting it to get perfectly round decals and the flame pattern on the fenders?
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daveweber34 wrote:Love the pedal and the recessed blue/raised orange on it. That's thinking outside the box.

I know you said you picked up bumper sticker paper for the decals, but how are you cutting it to get perfectly round decals and the flame pattern on the fenders?
Thanks! I do the pedal/logo combo on most of my vehicles.

I run a sewing business and have an incredibly steady hand and really sharp scissors :)
Those flames were no joke!
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All Done!

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For the motor cover, I decided on Black HAMMERED finish paint. Since it was naturally, well, hammered. I thought this would conceal that, which it did. So I am happy with it.
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Another job well done! I love your paint choice for the battery cover... I've not used it and wondered what it would look like on the PW plastic. Nice effect :)
I hope you can cash in on it this weekend. Good luck!
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+1 on the project.

You know Gwinny, I could envision you passing on all of the little nuggets of painting wisdom you've accumulated by sitting in a chair next to a mirror in a video series. Kind of like Stuart Smalley used to do on Saturday Night Live.
"I'm good enough. I'm smart enough. And doggone it, people can paint like me too."
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daveweber34 wrote:+1 on the project.

You know Gwinny, I could envision you passing on all of the little nuggets of painting wisdom you've accumulated by sitting in a chair next to a mirror in a video series. Kind of like Stuart Smalley used to do on Saturday Night Live.
"I'm good enough. I'm smart enough. And doggone it, people can paint like me too."
Haha, what I really need is my own show on Spike with reruns on TLC....Or "freak show" rather..
If you all saw my typical day, and how these crazy power wheels fit it, you'd die. Entertainment for sure!!

It would have to air after hours due to language content. Lol :lol:
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landon wrote:Another job well done! I love your paint choice for the battery cover... I've not used it and wondered what it would look like on the PW plastic. Nice effect :)
I hope you can cash in on it this weekend. Good luck!
I will totally use it again... Looks authentic engine, and covers a lot of "whoopsie daisies"
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gwinnythepooh wrote: Haha, what I really need is my own show on Spike with reruns on TLC....Or "freak show" rather..
If you all saw my typical day, and how these crazy power wheels fit it, you'd die. Entertainment for sure!!
It would have to air after hours due to language content. Lol :lol:
hahahaaa! I've actually wondered if there would be a market or interest in a documentary about us addicts -er, modders. I mean interest OUTSIDE of just us crazies.
I think there are some great stories and certainly some VERY interesting characters involved, right? Someone, somewhere should tell the MPW story to the world! :lol: :lol:
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landon wrote:
gwinnythepooh wrote: Haha, what I really need is my own show on Spike with reruns on TLC....Or "freak show" rather..
If you all saw my typical day, and how these crazy power wheels fit it, you'd die. Entertainment for sure!!
It would have to air after hours due to language content. Lol :lol:
hahahaaa! I've actually wondered if there would be a market or interest in a documentary about us addicts -er, modders. I mean interest OUTSIDE of just us crazies.
I think there are some great stories and certainly some VERY interesting characters involved, right? Someone, somewhere should tell the MPW story to the world! :lol: :lol:

It's funny you mention that cause I have a email that has been itching my brain about some producers wanting to come interview me about a t.v. show! I just don't know about all that t.v. business, seems like a headache and I'm short tempered and like my space!


The final product looks awesome gwinny! Like how you did the engine cover, everything flows as it should ;)
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Very nice work Gwinny...and thanks for the lens covers!!
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Looks great!! The seats always impress me. I would keep doing them the way you do because it's just one more level of detail that a buyer can't find anywhere else.

I do have a question about your decals and the clear though...

You say you are using that bumper sticker paper, and then clearing over them. I've been doing the same with regular sticker paper (not bumper sticker as far as I can tell).

Are you experiencing any "lifting" of the stickers when you clear over them. The paper I use, if I clear before I apply, they separate from the sticker part, and if I clear after I apply, then the seem to "wave" a little under the paint. Have you seen this, or are yours staying flat and not having any issues?
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schoeny wrote:Looks great!! The seats always impress me. I would keep doing them the way you do because it's just one more level of detail that a buyer can't find anywhere else.

I do have a question about your decals and the clear though...

You say you are using that bumper sticker paper, and then clearing over them. I've been doing the same with regular sticker paper (not bumper sticker as far as I can tell).

Are you experiencing any "lifting" of the stickers when you clear over them. The paper I use, if I clear before I apply, they separate from the sticker part, and if I clear after I apply, then the seem to "wave" a little under the paint. Have you seen this, or are yours staying flat and not having any issues?
I highly encourage you to use bumper sticker paper. It is more sticky, meant to stick to paint and thicker, and holds color more like a photo. I promise its worth the extra $.
They look fabulous cleared over. I have never had a run.
The only time I have lifting is like on the KC Light lense since its round, easily taken care of by some craft spray adhesive.
Other than that, I have no issues and they all look great.
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Sorry to bring this back up, but just wanted to ask...

The only bumper sticker paper and of the Office _____ stores around me had was matte. Are you using Matte or Glossy paper?
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Uh oh -- do I foresee some new colors in your future BSU projects?

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I saw the same thing this morning...I am digging the new colors
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