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the black axle with the holes drilled is `37-`41 , the rusty one with spindles/brakes on it is `33-`36
is that I-beam cast of forged?
i never heard of it , so a quick google finds a youtube video from 2000 of a replica.would that be the same replica that is in the museum?...
while not as nice looking , i prefer the Chassis Engineering arms with the through bolt holes when i use a bolt on steering arm. no blind holes...
you need to put a header with some jack studs in there asap
it's winter and customer asks for a colder thermostat for his car , it calls for a 195 but would like a 160. no problem , but was curious why?...
in the back of a Wix catalog
just curious , are the linings bonded or riveted?
while the A spindles could be used....i suggest you use `37-`48 spindles. there are more disc brake kits available and you can also bolt on...
have you tried adjusting them? maybe the rocker balls are worn out or the studs are pulling out
take out that used lifter , and get a new replacement lifter
for many years i've always made my own cables out of 1 or 2 gauge cable , and always crimped them and then used some heat shrink on the ends....
i'm sure you will be fine.
you should be able to pop out the frost plug and feel it with your finger
what you plan on using for wheels/tires and their offset is one thing to consider when selecting the axle width. if you will have fenders or not...
i'm curious , what casting # are you using?
that master cylinder looks like one from a 1964 chevy
the Superbell I-beam is cast ductile iron , i suggest you not weld to it. while i'm sure i could be safely done with the correct procedures , why...
exactly how will adding a resistor make it read fuller? it is already reading to low . are you sure it is 6 volts?
the gauge and the sender must...
3/16 is just fine
you have other issues
i believe that grille IS a reproduction. , probably made in Argentina. my experience is they don't fit well and are not worth much
you seam to understand that you need to match your parts on how you intend to use it , and what it is in. a heavy heavy with highway gears needs...
either the stock 322 or the 425 swap seams fine to me.....BUT, the frame swap sounds like a nightmare
i never drank coffee out of mine, so i just checked...... doesn't leak
the bottom says VK Tardel. is it an original or knock off?
so you are saying my Tardel 97 mug is a collectable?
not sure why you will need that , the rubber bumpers hold the door from the body.
i think you guys are talking about Metal Strippers in Savage. it was run by guy named Jack , but i believe it has been out of business for years
these auto parts store rant threads are getting old. if you are all so fucking smart , please do us all a favor and get a job at one . then you...
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