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Another pic before we installed the rebuilt stroker crank engine. I need to find out how to add multiple photos. My photos are only 500 bytes each. Please chime in and I should be able to post several more photos showing the overall progress of the car over the past 34 months. I really appreciate all the help and advice I have received from our JHPS members over that period and look forward to getting and providing information and advice to any of our members

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Have the images on an external server (like photobucket et al) and copy the IMG tag from the single photo view into your post. Then you are not limited in resolution or number of images.

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Randall or Clinton,
 Do you have any info on the gas strut conversion to the JH Bonnet/Hood?
I'd love to update to the gas struts, thanks.
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Dan
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I have a PDF of plans for a gas strut conversion. I don't recall where I downloaded it from, but it was an update of an earlier plan from JH owner Frank Schwartz and is quite detailed. If you'd like to PM me your email I'll forward it to you.

p.s. I never did the conversion myself so I cannot offer tips or assistance, but if I were going to I'd certainly start with this template.

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On #13046 I used Eastwood Dynamat on most of the panels and floors of my car including the trunk and under the fuel tank. I also replaced my old gastank with an aluminum replacement that I purchased on line. There are not many left as the owner is retiring and selling all his auto parts mainly for British cars. Gas tanks for Jensen Healeys included. He may still have some. He also makes steel tanks. I don't think that I will have rust problems because I have sealed the floor of the trunk.

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Hey Guys

One of the dangers of driving the JH everyday is having a rock invade your space. Well my JH took a hit last week and I cracked my windshield. I went ahead and bought two new ones at a great price and so I am offering the other new one to fellow JH owners with basically no freight cost since the cost. If anyone is willing to offer me $350 for one of my new windshields, it’s yours. You can have your pick since they are both brand new from Triplex. Just let me know. They will be coming in on the 17th of April.

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Randall Clary
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Riverside, CA

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