The Jalopy Journal
I know you want to empty the can...
but what I've done to revive the can is put them in front of a quartz heater til about 115-120°, shake well...
another description for 1020 is A36
I've had some problems with air in the system, my radiator sits lower than the heater core assembly in the '65 C10, so I purchased a cool funnel...
1964 -66 Chevy C10 cab with Illinois Title
Upper areas in good condition
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Hobart DC welding unit 400 amp with leads
Perkins 4 cyl diesel engine
4 wheel trailer with pintle hitch
With your same setup I had a Lincoln SP110 and it was weak on the 15a circuit ... big difference on a 20amp circuit, would burn through hot mill...
If it has a shim or washer, cut the pin through that area
As for using the full potential of a 110v machine, a 20amp circuit and no extension cord will ensure you'll burn through hot mill scale for 1/4"...
similar but years ago, there was a magazine's tip, to use valve stem 'umbrellas' from a Studebaker on a SBC to help reduce oil consumption
how are threads above it, that long adjusting arm must be acting like a pendulum
If it's a Stromberg 2bbl, I think there's a check ball near the switch at the carb base; when dirty, it may prevent opening the starter circuit...
If the '63 is similar to a '60 Chev, there is 3 rubber junctions from the tank that can collapse while driving, I've even experienced rusting fuel...
October 2011 Decatur Il
another source http://www.classicparts.com/1947-59-Tapered-Lock-Pin/productinfo/74-091/
I had a Lincoln SP100, with shielding gas, It ran the best on a 20amp circuit (110V) with no extension cord
Only a tach, no speedometer. It's about a 500 rpm drop. on a 1/2 hour trip to work, It seems to have gained an extra round trip on the tank
My '65 C10 has 327, 3.73 gears Sm465 and a Ranger III od box. Granny gear and overdrive twin stick setup. It's been a daily driver since 2010.
Think of it this way... wire feed welding is somewhat similar to running a bead of caulking. Now on the the thinner material it takes some...
I like the spiral notebook repair for ingenuity!
You can start fresh by washing the area with brakekleen, sometimes the spool will leak inside the cab also
If I remember correctly ...Proportioning valves from 70's GM, has a pin that has to be pulled out about a 1/16" while bleeding. Also the master...
As an alternative , I use the green one piece shield that's a #5 shade from Oberon
In Illinois, the same day you buy a car from a private sale, is to display the title and bill of sale in the window... that's all the local cop...
That happened to me, I did everything possible to prior to replacing master, but that cured it.
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