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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Ryan, Jul 24, 2007.

  1. Ryan
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  2. Stevie G
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    I should have just loaded it up when I was out there last time.
    I'd put a Flathead or staight six/eight in it the way it is.
    Anything more would need a stronger third member.
    If you started the thrash today, you could run it at the HAMB Drags at the end of August.
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    I'm telling myself that I REALLY don't need it... I just need to keep on telling myself I don't need it....
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    Take the front axle off and slide it on next to the Anglia.
    I'm a real big help, huh?
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    I really need that......if only it were close.. Bob, I think you should hang on to it for Detroit.......Don
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    Bob, I'm realll tempted, even got a flattie looking for something to pull around
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    Is that a banjo rearend ? Are there axles in it ? Is the tubing mild steel or 4130 ? How does the welding look ?

    I ran low 9's with my direct-drive 413 inch Pontiac ahead of a '35 Ford 4.11 banjo without a problem.

    It looks to be a very well put together piece.
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    I would run a SBC with stack injectors on alky, narrow slicks, a PG, and go for a jr. fueler look. It should run low 10's with no reliability issues.
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    I really can't believe someone hasn't snagged it yet. If I could, I would.
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    SOLD!!! Damn....... thanks Ryan..... I was going to put an OLDS in it .......
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    I had to have it ...........probably put a flathead or hilborn injected 215 Buick in it.
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    292 six Chevy with all the goodies........ Sissell head, zoomies, etc....
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    JohnnyFast: '46 to '52 3/4 ton yokes same as '42 to '47 1/2 ton yokes.
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    That's where my head went too.
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    Thanks, man....I'll check into that ! :)
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    I have to give fair warning about the pictures that we show after the break, because you might not like what you see. After yesterday's conversation about RuPaul's Dragulator, listeners Derrick and Paul took it upon themselves to create their versions of Natali and The 404 in drag! Click at your own risk.

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