The Jalopy Journal
I think you only blasted the rust off of what was left of the thoroughly rusted threads. Any Meineke brake shop can remove and swage in new ones....
Hmmm? I dunno?
>>>The steering box is 1969 Camaro z28 and the pump is out of a 1983 Chevy truck. >>>
It'll be fine without the pump. Jack E/NJ
He probably just forgot his 2002 login name & password. Jack E/NJ
Depends on if the disk-drum type has built-in residual valves. Jack E/NJ
Read that more carefully. Jack E/NJ
BB>>>I use one of these things and a 5 lb hammer on anything 10 or larger >>>
Dull chisel just as effective. 8^) Jack E/NJ
>>>Who is "they"?>>>
Looks like RockAuto. They have a closeout sale on the 3/4" Champion RN14YC. Only one third the price of the correct 3/8"...
Wheel bearing grease. Jack E/NJ
Here you go.
Gotta agree with this. A more practical upgrade would be a dual MC. Jack E/NJ
I also heard that electricity didn't like to make sharp turns before 1965. Jack E/NJ
Now that I believe. 8^) Jack E/NJ
So I guess by extrapolation that must mean no control module for any vehicle ever failed or had to be reset after replacing the battery. Wow. I'm...
Sadly it's not a myth. Even new low end vehicles have many of these control modules and sensors sitting all over the place ready to snatch control...
Google 'crab style cap'. Jack E/NJ
You're supposed to send the thing to Jim Linder and let him handle it. That's his job. www.bubbasignition.com Jack E/NJ
I think concrete-filled lally columns would make decent driveshafts. Kinda heavy though, 8^) Jack E/NJ
I use one of the low pressure 1.5-4psi Facet/Purolator pumps from dbelectrical.com. No regulator. About $41. Try not to use hose barbs on...
Yep. In a side-by-side comparison, it surely looks like a motorcycle speedo from a 33 Hudson. Jack E/NJ
burl>>>Those look great fighting the same issue on my 28. Not really fond of the clip on mounting on the ones I have. >>>
Agreed. But I think...
>>>Ok been under a rock for a while, what is 303??>>>
I think it's like 101 only it's 303. 8^) Jack E/NJ
kabobs Jack E/NJ
Grease liberally slathered on all four surfaces. Jack E/NJ
>>>Putting a points distributor back in means I have to add that ugly ballast resistor back. >>>
Wow! I forgot about 6v coils! Somebody should...
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