The Jalopy Journal
+1 That's bad ass!
Welcome, looks like a great start! You should start a build thread for your bad ass ride.
That's what I was thinking, "3000 mile and going bad even with an offshore bearing means you have other issues on that setup."
Thanks Mr48, I think it's a weight/ cheap steel race issue myself because both sides did it on the top.
The axle housing is not scared or out of...
I'm looking for a reason why these wheel bearings lasted less than 3k miles in under 3 months?
The rear end has 130k on it and the Glock was...
I'll second that... re-solder it good as new.... save some cash.
How this go together??? clutch disk direction the engine is a 55 235 in a 48 chevy Fleetline so the clutch could be for the 235 or the 216?:confused:
Here's a write up in Ol'Skool Rodz mag.
Straight from the Flex a light web site...
"WARNING: Must be used with a Fan Shroud!"
I'm rebuilding a 55 235 inliner and had to weld up a hair line crack in one of the blades, maybe I should be on the look out for a new one???
What is not debatable is your contribution to this site, eg: 454 post of "welcome" & "search" & "btt" how bout you put the keyboard down unless...
E85 has an octane rating of 100–105 compared to regular gasoline's typical rating of 85–93, It will eat the gaskets and fuel lines....
Nice score, very complete.
let us know when you get her running.
Here are some pic's from last year.
I've been using Northglenn Engine Re-builders for a while now, quality work @ a fair price. Steve Harwood the owner is a old drag racer, really...
That's definitely the "Make it work" attitude.... I love it.
Denver Colorado car show Sat Sept 12 3-10pm
Last year was sick!!!!!!:cool:
Welcome from Denver, build it the way you want..."and drive the hell out of it" !!!
The others will bag on you for not adding pic's.....
Have you seen this? Hot Rod Flatz....
No, It's a single outlet.
Thanks 440 and 48 for all the help.
Here's a preview of the "GO" now I need to finish the work on the "WHOA"
I honestly don't remember....:confused:
Is this how 48chey explained it.
Thanks 440 and 48 does this look right?
I'm trying to rebuild the master cylinder on my 48 Fleetline, any one know how this should go?
Thanks in advance..
Thanks Eric and Johnnie, I've got the mill just about rapped up and I'm cleaning up the firewall before the install... pics to follow soon.
I would add a few extra circuits for future use, so you don't have to try and add them later. It will be a lot easier to add them now as opposed...
Welcome from CO, Let's see some build pics.....
Welcome from Denver..... Lots of great info here.
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