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I was looking for the same parts for my 46 coupe. If you don't have a copy of the green bible, route 66 hotrod high has tech sheet body parts for...
Sometimes a carb issue turns out to be a ignition issue. Bad coil condenser or points
Make sure to retorque head bolts after initial startup, and cool down. and at lest 3 or 4 more times after.
Solder a ground wire to the light body, and run it to the frame.
Take a look at bubbas ignition web site, has info on how to get the advance brake set up.
Yes, the bosch coil has an internal resistor built in, having 2 resistors will drop the voltage down two low to run.
Bosch blue coil 12v with internal resistor #0012. If you use this coil, the wires for the coil that goes threw the fuse panel, they need to be...
Touch of Honey, I stared at that album cover for a long time.
If you have the model number maybe look for a repair manual.
I sent my Zenith radio to Old Car Radio Charles Forgey 423 344-8357.
Lots of info over on the Ford Barn on how to do the conversion.
Bag it and throw in some desiccant to keep it dry.
Sounds like points need replaced.
Is your timing chain still attached?
AMK Products might have what your looking for
Sounds like your timing mark on the dampner isn't correct, I would advance the timing until the motor starts to ping and then retard until it stops.
Ford Bolts has what your looking for.
I would start at Bubbas ignition.com, lots of info on how they work.
Are you using the gauge on the dash? install a mechanical gauge to get the correct pressure
You can put a plug in the block where the oil line comes out, and put a plug the hole going into oil pan.
Its a Sparton horn, under the adjustment screw are points, after awhile the get dirty and stick together, they can be filed down.
Early Flatheads have a different kind of coil that bolts on top of the dizzy, it won't run without it.
Disconnect all wires from the solenoid, but leave starter cables on, use a remote starter. remove the wire off the coil but leave the one going to...
Bubba's ignition has lots of info on how to get up a Flathead dist.
I would start with a compression check, sometime the valves will stick open, on flatheads that sit for a long time.
Ford cars or trucks that aren't driven a lot, the trans pump seal gets hard, and lets the fluid leak past the converter Only way to fix is a rebuild.
A place to start would be Bubbasignition, . Those helmet distributers the can be very complicated.
Restoration specialties should have those clips.
Is the engine running?
I bought the Classic Tube kit for my 46 Ford, and it was a joke, bought the InLine Tube kit, fit a lot better. been on over a year, no issues.
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