The Jalopy Journal
for my motorcycle and whizzer stuff i used to use international chrome platers in providence RI//excellent workmanship not cheap
lokar has very nice brake cables/look great easy to install//they're a bit pricey like the rest of thier stuff
6.3:1 standard 6.9:1 hicompression models
i'll bet the second is a willys
$150 core value
butt ugly comes to mind
i've found the play sand needs to b screened well and had loads of moisture clogging problems the few times i've tried it// for just a dollar or 2...
if you need info on your truck www.67-72chevytrucks.com is an excellent source of info
if he comes to you with his equipment i'd think $50-$60an hour would be a normal rate// the thing is to have everything all set up and accessable...
i've got a local chrome guy in daytona beach that does good work and has pretty reasonable prices. if thats any help
a friend of mine on long island did that back in the 70's and somehow stuffed it into a much modded triumph frame
really doesnt depend on the type of axel you have it depends on what spindles you have mounted on the axel
check the top front part of the switch in back of the dash and see if you can feel a botton with a small spring around it// if so push button down...
if it was ordered as a farm truck chances are its got some real lo gearing and a top cruising speed would be 60mph or less
dump the whole system you've got and get a self contained high energy HEI they're cheap and pretty reliable
for lubing the cable you're much better off getting speedometer cable lube(available at most auto parts stores) its a graphite based lube and...
how r u going to rebuild it if you dont take it apart?
take 5/16 steel rod and with heat and hammer make some thats the way blacksmiths been doing it for hundreds of years
take to a driveshaft shop have them install it and balance the shaft is the way i do carrier bearings
www.67-72chevytrucks.com in the FAQ section of electrical they have a color wiring diagram you can download
from experience the rear lights have...
BEACH SAND?? my brother in law did it as a cheap way out and saved probally a $100 on his 58chevy of course he found out less than a year later...
if its an old tank has it ever been cleaned? if not its possible that the fuel pickup strainer in the tank is clogged with crap//also if it needs...
i've got this one for sale
i was there in the 60's too i just dont remember it so well//but i believe most major commpanies phased out the glass sediment bowls end of 50's...
lots of dragstrip ran 4wide in the 60's up into early 70's newyork national speedway on longisland i remember but it was mostly for the stock classes
when stripping the engine down for the rebuild did you bother to mark the caps so that they could be put back in the same position on...
SEM sells autobody quality primers about twice the price of autoprts store stuff but quite a bit better its available at autopaint suppliers
i used to love those bias ply tires sometimes we could get near to 5-7000 miles on a set back in the 60's
you shouldn't have an excessive amy of sludge if you've been using quality oil and you have a properly operating PCV system on your engines
like stated undersized cables are a common problem as 98%of autoparts counter guys wouldnt know a 6V cable if thet did have it in stock//the other...
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