The Jalopy Journal
The inside hole that allows fuel to flow
I am switching out the 94's on my flathead with a single 2gc. Everything is together and seems to be running great but I'm thinking it is still a...
Yep, check out @Mart on youtube. He goes through the whole process.
Ah cool, I get ya. I'm still trying to decide on my front set up.
I'm building a speedster myself using a T frame. I didn't know you could use the rear crossmember in the front (or just spin the frame). Will the...
Stick a fork in it
My flattie was doing that. Rear rope seal
Man that's sweet. Anybody care to explain the front spring setup on the speedster in the first video? It's the one shown before you play the...
I believe you have the rod and stuff upside down on the inside. I know it's counter intuitive but they don't ride in the section you think they...
Everything I own is used! I appreciate it @Finnrodder
I've always just stretched the hose over the different size outlet. Or cut a piece of appropriate size radiator hose and use it as a spacer to the...
Been daily driving this thing for the last week. Midnight drives home from work are the best!
Check around the front of the block where the head bolts on. They like to crack there if you over torque the head. I have a 250 in my 52 GMC and...
Mart, there's something about your voice that's relaxing. You could be talking about anything really. You should just start reading books and...
Have you checked the vacuum line to the distributor? Mine was doing that and the line was clogged. Would idle great but wouldn't rev.
Man that sucks! I'm still looking for this dvd to buy. Searched back in the day and still can't find it. Do you have a link?
This thread is not helping me resist full fenders on my RPU.
Ahh, yes but I cut on the wrong side of the cup to use the center section. I actually just picked up another bar so that I can do it again and...
I used one on mine. Whacked the ends off, applied some heat and bent them around. Bolted to the frame.
That bed pic is a mind trip. The reflection makes it look like the left tire runs in a cover.
I wonder if it's sucking air into the line somewhere instead of boiling.
I have a single early Oldsmobile Fenton exhaust manifold. Wish I had the other side to make a set because they go for stupid money. Picked it up...
@Tim Ha Ha! I actually just had to change the brushes to get it charging again. Let's road trip to the Fancy Farm.
I was joking
Yuck Mike, take that alternator out and put a gennie back in!
Maybe the tall Edmunds air filters would work
Correct which would have the same issues flowing as the OPs filters
@51504bat Those are amazing but they do not have filters in them.
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