The Jalopy Journal
Herington for me too.
I've never been to their show and drags.
Thanks to Nate, Zach, their families and everyone else for the food and keeping the event going. Jay left some big shoes to fill! I had a great...
Happy Birthday Chris! I hope you get more stuff.
Thanks Jay and Sweet family!
Saw a lot of old friends and made some new ones.
Plan on making it. Will you have copies of your book for sale? Hope to snag one.
I like Jim Carter Trucks http://www.oldchevytrucks.com/
Maybe I was doing something wrong but I couldn't get it to reverse bleed my rear brakes with an 10lb inline residual check valve. It worked good...
Good job Travis! Looking forward to the next one.
Here's mine I've owned it about 40 years.
Mustang II front end.
S10 4x4 rear end.
Oak bed wood.
The frame side is slotted. Once you loosen the nut that side of the bellcrank should pry up.
Thanks Jay and family for putting on this event had a great time.
Thanks Kerry and crew for feeding us Saturday morning.
Jay enjoyed the...
You might try Roberts Motor parts http://www.robertsmotorparts.com/index.html
Happy birthday Paul!
Hope to see ya at a show this Summer!
What kind of brake and clutch pedal are you using?
I would like to upgrade mine.
Here's one from a local car club in the 50's my pops was in.
I pulled the grill off and removed the condenser. I installed a 16" fan in front as a pusher and a 12" fan on the back as a puller. Not enought...
Here is what Walker's website says I had never heard of this before either.
I guessed that a 235 would be easier to cool than a V8...
The vacuum advance seems to be working, it is external on the 235 it seems to pull the distributor as I work the throttle.
Its kind of hard to tell but the fan is the same width as the condenser. I'll see if there is room to mount another fan above the current one...
I'd like to tell Walker to take it back, if you can belive it I paid more that twice for the radiator than I paid for the truck.
Pic of grill
I'll take a picture after I get it apart. The fan and condenser is behind the grill shell and they are all painted black. Its hard to see...
I talked to the old timer at the machine shop that did the work for me. We looked over a 235 head gasket he had setting there the best we could...
Thanks for the input I'm treating it like an airflow problem.
I'm pulling the fenders and hood so I can get to the radiator and grill shell....
I have a 1936 Chevy pickup with a 235, Offy dual carb intake, Rochester model B carbs, and fenton headers. I had the original radiator and never...
I think the cabs are the same. The running boards are shorter because they don't connect to rear fenders. The door post are wood and the piece...
Will be there!
Thanks for the great pics Travis!
Sometimes if you unhook the fuel to the pump and run the carb dry. Then reattach the hose the rush of gas will wash anything that may be keeping...
Maybe the float is bad. If it is metal you can shake it and see if fuel leaked past the seam.
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