The Fire Damaged RV is complete!
Time to go camping!
Take a look at the repaired RV, how much I paid for it and the repairs, and let me know if you think I got a good deal or not.
The RV is a 2006 Tiffin Allegro Bus 42QDP
Skip to 22:58 for Price and Repairs
body and paint work painting my 2000 mack cx613 with dupont imron base/clear
Bam! Stubby Bob goes big-time in this episode of Roadkill, presented by Dodge. In episode 44 of Roadkill, Mike Finnegan and David Freiburger took a 1950 Ford F6 dump truck and shortened the wheelbase to just 102 inches so it would look freaky-cool—but the truck wasn’t road trip–ready by the end of the show. This time, the truck is transformed by a supercharged big-block Chevy in the back with a Gearstar 4L80E transmission and a V-drive from a boat—all set up like a ’60s dragstrip exhibition wheelstander. But as the buildup continues, the big question is whether the weight balance and the massive dualie tires will really allow the truck to jerk the wheels off the pavement or not. The answer is some action you can’t miss. Roadkill is supported by Optima Batteries, CRC Industries, Lincoln Tech, Cooper Tire, Pioneer, and Jegs! We also thank Weiand, Gearstar, and Slims Fab Farm for help with parts for this episode.
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To order parts used on this episode go to
Champion Cooling Systems – Part# 166-MC370K2
Radiator 67-69 Camaro BBC – Part# 166-MC370
Elect Fan-12” Dual 225W – Part# 555-52118
Fan Mount Bracket Kit – Part# 555-52120
Recirc/Overflow Round Clr – Part# 555-51135
Radiator Cap – Part# 555-51162
Dual Fan Harness – Part# 555-10570
Swivel H2O Neck – Part# 555-53020
Lakester Steel Throttle Pedal Assembly – Part# 625-BAG-6154
B&M Pro Stick Shifter – Part# 130-80706
8-71 Supercharger Kit – Part# 925-7386
Hi-Performance Carburetor Linkage Kit – Part# 925-7166WND
Shiny Supercharger HP Carb – Part# 10-0-80576S
Carb Dual Fuel Line Kit – Part# 925-7093
Weld-Up Header Kit – Part# 520-5483
Holley 12-150 Electric Fuel Pump – Part# 510-12-150
Ano-Tuff AN to Pipe Adapter Fitting – Part# 361-AT981608
Ano-Tuff AN to Pipe Adapter Fitting – Part# 361-AT981666
Holley 12-840 Billet Adjustable Regulator – Part# 510-12-840
Earl’s Ano-Tuff AN Swivel-Seal Hose Ends
Part# 361-AT800106, Part# 361-AT800108, Part# 361-AT804606, Part# 361-AT804608,
Part# 361-AT809106, Part# 361-AT809108,
Fuel Pressure Gauge – Part# 361-100189
Team-G Water Pump – Part# 925-9243
Water Pump Pulley – Part# 720-4967
Water Pump Pulley – Part# 720-4961G
Every year thousands of water pumps are replaced because the engine is overheating, but haven’t been tested. You can test many water pumps in a few minutes with the right tools and save hundreds of dollars and downtime.
Here is a quick video on how you can adjust your front wheel toe alignment yourself and save a bunch of money. You should always do an alignment after you replace any of your steering components, inner or outer tie rods, rack n pinion etc but if all you need to adjust is the toe on your front wheel here is how you can perform the procedure yourself with very little effort.
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