Aha. The 2 that might be an 8 is a 3. Thank you.Yeah, paste up. Building pages by hand, before they are shot to make press plates.
Pretty dramatic before/after. See the pic of it above before I started cleaning it up. The pulley/grooves are done now too and I went over the aluminum case again. Gonna do it one more time so I don't miss anything that will affect the paint. Electrical plug for the clutch looks good. Pulley spins nice when it isn't engaged. Might end up as a decoration though. No way to know if it works till it's installed in the Splash ..however I remain optimistic.Army, it should use 134a refrigerarant.
I got out of that business so I would have enough time at home to be a good father. Wound up working as an editor/writer for Kansas State University Research & Extension, Texas A&M University Research/Extension (my alma mater) for another 14 years. Then I got roped into teaching Journalism at Texas Tech University, then Mississippi State University while coordinating their 3 nice 4-color university mags.
Funny though, even though the WWW killed journalism and magazines as an industry/career and promotes illiteracy through group ignorance, the remaining literacy jobs now pay more than before...especially if reading comprehension is involved. I now work for the state road/highway agency making the engineers appear literate/brilliant...when, sadly, such is not the case. They can tell you everything about grades of dirt/rock, pre-stressed concrete, etc., but cannot parse a simple sentence for the most part.
Keep up the photos in this thread...nice to follow along.