The Jalopy Journal
Why not weld up a jig in a known good frame.
Had a OT 90 pickup with a stock 350 that picked up HP by putting a y pipe and a 3.5 flowmaster. Had dual 2.25 pipes and glass packs.
does the spark quit below 2k? pull a plug wire and check. maybe a bad hei module
Put a dowel on the timing chain cover and listen if the sound is coming from there. Maybe loose timing chain.
If you drop the tie rod lower it will be below the scrub line.
That front end needs some major work. Raising the engine to clear the tie rod and lowering the steering arm to level it out should take care...
No because the two ends need to be level.
No bump steer because of the oil pan steering brake.
I have a mechanical fuel pump on a Hurst mount. The ports are clockable....
add high build 2 k primer or sprayable polyester to that list
guide coat, long board, youtube
get a longer slip yoke. Speedway has them.
The wires come out of these and have been used for many years.
Reinventing the wheel?
100 plus amp alternators are easy to come by. Most newer cars have them.
Looks like 2wd toyota. They are 5 lug and axles bolted from the ends.
K&N filters are junk. They let to many fine particles through. Paper filters are better.
I ride quads in very dusty conditions. You can see...
Wash it down with reducer and start over. Paint the whole thing at once. Hang it up from the fill tube. Use hardener.
After using urethane based auto paints I will never go back to acrylic enamel. The urethane paint is tougher sticks better and cures up faster.
t56 is double overdrive .50-.63 overdrive.
2000 rpm 3.90 gears .6 overdrive 28 inch tire = 71 mph...
This year at the Symco Shakedown there were 3 or 4 customs to every hot rod.
Lots of good info here:
I like the bronze tinted glass.
look into outdoor forced air wood burners.
Turn on the heat. If your stuff inside the building is warmer than the outside moist air there will be no condensate.
Most small diesel cars have electric vacuum pumps. The last I used was from a ford tempo.
Drill it right thru the end if the lug nut down past the engaged threads. Step up your bit sizes until it falls off.
Put a deep well impact socket on the lug and a pry bar in the square hole and bend it over a couple times. It will break the stud
Anything can be heated with a big enough heater. You haven't tried hard enough.
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