The Jalopy Journal
Agree with the comment on howell’s. Could have made my own in the time I spent getting theirs into shape.
The chop creates the illusion, at least to my eye, that the hood runs uphill.
I like the Twisted Wedge aluminum heads if you are open to the expense.
I have the SWAG stand that has four legs. It does not require the vice to hold it. Well built, works great. Doesn’t take up a lot of space.
Just to chime in on the cheap YRC shipping. They do ship cheap. Agreed. However, the insurance on that flathead if it got lost or stolen on...
Nice job. I wish I had my bows to be able to fix them. I have a 1934 Ford Vicky.
Anyone aware of vendors that make replacement bows?
I used a pair of these on a 1934 chassis and a buddy on a 1930 Model A. In both cases mounting to bottom of chassis proved too low (as noted in...
Bill’s Auto Works....I think home base for him is Cleveland, OH. Not far from MI.
As said earlier, check power valve following the backfire (blew out mine on a backfire on my SBF last year), add fresh fuel and check timing.
I also support the idea of it being a toe issue. Initially after the build and first 2000 miles I saw a similar wear pattern. I had too much toe in.
A ride with my boy and a view of Pikes Peak.[ATTACH]
I bought one of the posters. Hanging in my garage. Not because I wanted another car. Have too many now. But I appreciated the effort put...
I had death wobble on my rpu. Too much toe in. Adjusted to 1/4” in and immediately fixed it. Previously was closer to 1/2” in when I had the...
I bought that same unit. Did not like the slop on it. Gave feedback on Speedway’s site about the product and disappointed in the slop. Got a...
Thanks for initial burst of feedback. I’ll check the power valve today.
But let me make sure I understand the impact of a blown power...
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