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  1. jimgoetz attached a file to the thread Art & Inspiration What makes your car or cars unique?.

    I guess maybe these Rudy Sumpter Reed Engineering shocks. I'm still trying to find out more about them but they were on the car when it...

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  2. jimgoetz liked ROADSTER1927's post in the thread Art & Inspiration What makes your car or cars unique?.

    A few things I guess, but the used look it has now! I am looking forward to wearing the paint off the door with my arm! Gary[ATTACH]...

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  3. jimgoetz replied to the thread Hot Rods Having Nibs/Spikes appear in my flattened Centari Acyrlic Enamel 99A.

    I have only used flattener a couple of times and never had any problems with it. It was a universal product and I have used it in a...

    Oct 19, 2019 at 3:52 PM
  4. jimgoetz liked Montana1's post in the thread Technical To drill or not to drill..

    It would be Whislin' Dixie! :D

    Oct 19, 2019 at 3:36 PM
  5. jimgoetz liked Johnny Gee's post in the thread Hot Rods Hot Rod Is Supposed To Be Better.

    I'm tired of hearing about 9" Ford rear ends and how they belong in everything.

    Oct 19, 2019 at 10:18 AM
  6. jimgoetz replied to the thread Projects Who’s running 16” Steelies on their hotrod??.

    Right on. By the early 60s many rods were running 15s. At least where I was from in Cleveland area.

    Oct 19, 2019 at 10:07 AM
  7. jimgoetz liked John Lee Williamson's post in the thread Projects Who’s running 16” Steelies on their hotrod??.

    Reverse popularity is taking place on the HAMB. In the 50's in So Cal, the first thing you did was ditch wide 5's and any other 16 rims...

    Oct 19, 2019 at 10:00 AM
  8. jimgoetz replied to the thread Technical To drill or not to drill..

    Damn . Just imagine the sound this thing would make at 100mph plus with no body on it.

    Oct 19, 2019 at 9:58 AM
  9. jimgoetz liked kidcampbell71's post in the thread Technical To drill or not to drill..

    ... sure they did. Old school JD engine rods, with pistons, nearly 100 years old.[ATTACH] ... and still do. [ATTACH]

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  10. jimgoetz liked 41 GMC K-18's post in the thread Technical To drill or not to drill..

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  11. jimgoetz liked willys36's post in the thread Technical To drill or not to drill..

    Another misunderstood process. Hydrogen embrittlement is real but only happens on high strength steels over 140,000psi yield strength...

    Oct 19, 2019 at 9:47 AM
  12. jimgoetz liked willys36's post in the thread Technical To drill or not to drill..

    Again the top and bottom flanges take all the stress. As long as they don't deform, the web is not needed at all for strength purposes....

    Oct 19, 2019 at 9:45 AM
  13. jimgoetz liked flamedabone's post in the thread Technical To drill or not to drill..

    You are not supposed to chrome them either, but.... [IMG] -Abone.

    Oct 19, 2019 at 9:43 AM
  14. jimgoetz liked willys36's post in the thread Technical To drill or not to drill..

    48 yr Mechanical Engineering grad & practicing eng'r. Beam axles are I-beam section members. That shape derives all its strength from...

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  15. jimgoetz liked squirrel's post in the thread Hot Rods Chevrolet Deluxe 1952 Trouble.

    Some states used the engine number, some used the vehicle serial number, and some used both (AZ used both back then). You have to be...

    Oct 18, 2019 at 1:38 PM
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