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Here's another one:
Again, if my link doesn't work then just search YouTube for the title:
How To Replace Kingpin Bushing And Assemble...
If you want to see how to ream bushings for king pins check out this video:
If my link doesn't work then just search YouTube for the...
Fantastic Information Brian.
It will save me and other HAMBers hours of time in research and finding the correct studs.
Awesome work Brian!
Could you tell me which studs you used and the size you reamed the holes to?
I need to replace my drums as well.
The shifter buttons that control the cable from left to right are: R N D 2 1
Now which end of this order pushes the cable all the way into the...
Hey Willie, I just read through all your posts and I gotta say: you do exceptional work.
Back in post 122 when you adjusted the bolt pattern...
Be aware that not all lug nuts have the same taper on the end that goes goes into the bevelled lug holes in the wheel.
You want these angles to...
Wow, That is awesome!
I am so going to copy your idea and do my wheels.
I like the widths of the stripes, could you give us the size of the...
I am LOVING your build: Real creativity and talent showing here!
Those wishbone mount kits are Super Cool!
Do you have the contact info...
Ya gotta love the Chrysler 300's
Try these websites:
WPC (Walter P. Chrysler) Club, Inc. - Dedicated to all...
Final thought before I head out on vacation (I was sitting on the HAMB waiting for my wife to get ready LOL)
I have seen different styles of tags...
I also found this in my notes:
Ok, I just ran out to the shop to look at my 1951 truck (the one I should have looked at in the first place since your truck is an Advanced Design...
Well... That is NOT what any of the number tags I have seen look like.
All 7 of the ones I've had were riveted vertically to the drivers door...
Oh Wow: I answered this while looking through Nicholas' posts and I just now realized his question was posted a Long time ago.... oops!...
You CAN use a sport coupe subframe on a roadster, I did.
I have a 28 roadster project in the works with a STRAIGHT subframe that is full...
Take note of the two cool options on these seats:
Passenger seat folds almost flat and has the head rest built in.
...and the drivers seat looks...
WOW! I want that rear bumper and the wrap around to the rear wheels in a big way!
Plate frame in the back is awesome too.
Your wind shield height is PERFECT!
Did you measure the glass height in the centre, or along the edge beside the stanchions?
Hey 4barrel, Very nice build!
In response to your rear leaf spring question I think part of that decision will depend on how much distance you...
Gonna be there!
I had the same problem and just bent some 16 gage steel using my bench vise, and a hammer. They are really just wedge shaped metal...
You can also add a vacuum pump.
When Cadillac made that awful 'econo car baby Caddie' back in the 80's (I forget it's name) the little engine...
I did one of these by making a drum puller from an old rim. Heres the steps:
Take old rim and cut away everything but a couple of inches past...
Welcome back, I love this build.
I looked into these a while back and found this on the Ford Barn:
Ford made 4 types of rear hubs during the early part of the 36...
I just bought a new one for my 58 Cadillac Convertible from these guys:
Auto City Classic.
284333 Hwy 65 NE
Try searching & posting on The Garage Journal (see link at bottom of the page)
Lots of great pictures and ideas there.
I copied the following off the Hamb (or perhaps Ford Barn)
the thread was called:
Model A title??? How many numbers dose yours have???...
Separate names with a comma.