Gazzotto's Garage

Gazzotto's Garage A place for automotive enthusiasts to share their thoughts and opinions about classic cars and trucks.
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Building a shop truck. This will be a rollback with a 20 foot bed. Should be a useful tool for the business.
01/29/2019

Building a shop truck. This will be a rollback with a 20 foot bed. Should be a useful tool for the business.

Building a shop truck. This will be a rollback with a 20 foot bed. Should be a useful tool for the business.

Body work and paint
01/21/2019

Body work and paint

Body work and paint

Porsche 356 Convertible
10/01/2018

Porsche 356 Convertible

Gazzotto's Garage's cover photo
09/12/2018

Gazzotto's Garage's cover photo

Body work and paint
09/11/2018

Body work and paint

Body work and paint

Building a shop truck. This will be a rollback with a 20 foot bed. Should be a useful tool for the business.
08/01/2018

Building a shop truck. This will be a rollback with a 20 foot bed. Should be a useful tool for the business.

Building a shop truck. This will be a rollback with a 20 foot bed. Should be a useful tool for the business.

Address

38276 Hunts End Place
Leesburg, VA
20175

Opening Hours

Monday 09:00 - 20:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 20:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 20:00
Thursday 09:00 - 20:00
Friday 09:00 - 20:00
Saturday 09:00 - 18:00
Sunday 09:00 - 17:00

Telephone

(571) 296-4404

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CAN ANYONE GET A HOLD OF THIS GUY!? I sent him my 7.3l wiring harness to be turned into stand alone harness and soon as he got the harness hes been ignoring my calls texts and facebook messages if he cant do my harness that's fine I'll pay to ship it back but THIS IS NOT THE WAY TO DO BUSINESS!
CAN ANYONE GET A HOLD OF THIS GUY!? I sent him my 7.3l wiring harness to be turned into stand alone harness and soon as he got the harness hes been ignoring my calls texts and facebook messages if he cant do my harness that's fine I'll pay to ship it back but THIS IS NOT THE WAY TO DO BUSINESS!
I WANT TO LURN MORE CAN I CALL SOME ONE?
1997 F350 7.3 I installed this Electric Pump conversion kit on my own in about 10 hours that includes getting all of my tools out and cleanup and putting tools away. I did this on the street and had to walk about 100’ for the tools I needed. I only used one power tool and that was the Sawzall, all the other tools were hand tools. Pneumatic tools would definitely be helpful. You also need deep sockets 7/16,9/16, 5/8 (Maybe ½ also I can’t remember). I am in CA so I had a Damper on the back of my mechanical pump. I sawzalled the original steel fuel line that go to the back of the heads. Be sure to not cut the lines to close to the head because of shavings. Once that was done I loosened the pump and hit it with a hammer. Warning it broke the aluminum and the steel piston shaft. I used a magnet to lift the shaft and was able to pull the shaft ,with channel locks, and the broken part of the pump out. If I would have put the cam top dead center it would have be a problem I think. Another tuff spot was the passenger side connection on the back of the head. I did everything I could to get that off without going underneath the truck and loosen the exshast. That was a total waste of time. Go under, I removed the nuts at the catalytic converter (deep 5/8). That aloud just enough wiggle room to remove old and install new steel line. I used a stumpy, short, open end wrench to do that. There is a 10mm bolt that holds the 2 fuel lines in place in the valley of the motor. That little bolt broke my 1/8” 10mm socket. It was the one of the tightest bolts I have ever had to break free. On hanging the pump and filters the u-bolts seem to be long that hang the pump and filters, another deep socket. Electrical was fairly simple. You need to get an inline 15-amp fuse and holder. When I turned it on the pump worked but I need to tighten a few spots that were leaking but it worked great. In doing all this I had vertigo and had a hard time walking straight line at some points. So, I think it would have been 9 hours, maybe 8 if I would have just loosened up the exhaust bolts. Went to the ER and no brain issues just some vertigo. Should be fine in dandy in no time. I have a 1,400-mile trip coming up, I will let you know how it worked. Thanks for the help Mark
Are you still selling Efuel kits for OBS 7.3 powerstroke? Really interested in buying one and would like to know price! Thank you