The Jalopy Journal
Yeah, I’d shorten them at the front if necessary. Less leverage up there in case your weld isn’t as good as Henry’s.
I’m assuming since you didn’t mention the drums that you are talking about hub and drum assemblies. Either the 40 style or the 48 style...
What does it take to put the drive gear on the electric output shaft? Just slides on with nothing special?
Bum thing is, that inner rubber holder is hiding a bunch of rust. So even if you weld up the hole from the outside, there’s still lots of rust...
Pretty sure a 1960 is what you want cause it has the tapered hole for a regular tie rod end.
You must have forgotten that we don’t talk about late model IFS or S-10 chassis here on the HAMB.
You learn something new every day.
Probably brought his car west with last year's hot contender, the Swillco Roadster. Both are Minnesnowta guys.
My sedan was born and raised in Central Iowa. It was the 180th tudor off the assembly line in Des Moines in 1932. Not sure who owned...
Ha! That’s funny.
Neal did them. He’s your huckleberry for steering boxes.
That will be a hard one. Only a million highboy A roadsters built over the last 70 years. And a quarter of them had Auburn dashes.
Does he or...
Don’t use tie rod ends on the triangulating torque rods. They won’t need to rotate, they should be fairly solid to the lower link. A regular...
I’ve had some in the past, and currently have a matching pair of similar skeleton plates. I always thought they were Frankland parts, but don’t...
Use a longer connector rod?
Can’t return it? Especially since you told them you had a V8 and they still told you it would fit?
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