The Jalopy Journal
They always seem to liquefy and make a mess. I toss em.
What you are looking for is sometimes called oxygen free copper, I believe.
Copper clad or CCA is not recommended.
The caps on a 9 inch are threaded to accept the bearing preload inserts.
I have never tried to swap them.
But the threads would have to match.
On the fuel sender, if you have plate with the 5 screws around the circle, I will always run a ground wire from a screw to the chasis.
I would never have thought of using a clay bar.. definitely gonna add one to the tool box..
I know there are some kirker users here, I'm using the ultra glo single stage urethane. It is mixed 3 to 1. No problem there.
I want to add...
Another free tip. If your using the twin bar flare tool, keep the bars even (height wise) when you tighten them. If not the head oof the flare may...
Lots of good tips.. I’ll add one. If you have a blown fuse issue that you cannot find.. turn off the garage lights and in the dark , push the fuse...
I have the dan fink lift off hood kit that came with a dissambled 1931 tudor.
Could someone post up a copy of the mounting instructions?
Does anybody look at old cars in a yard like this and imagine that DAY.
You, know when the guy wearing a sport jacket and tie pulled into his...
There was a time when wheel bearing maintenance happened at every brake job. The drum or rotor got turned and bearings got cleaned in the part...
The top pic shows a speedometer type drive poking out of the cabinet, that would have driven the fan and pump.
[ATTACH]Heres my craigslist buy from 3 years ago, hope to be driving this year.
I believe that is called hidem. And that is one nice job!
I hear what Ryan is saying, I guess. But to me a good writer is one who can tell a good story in a way I can relate to. Here on the hamb, I can...
Run a new ground wire and tie distributor , engine and amethyst module all together back to the car’s battery.
That is one sharp ride,
It looks like your new pins are too long or spaced to far out from the center.
They should not hit anything with your signal off.
Earls sells the adapter also. Metric o-ring to sae flare.
Let's delete this thread before all those land cruiser owners buy up all the chevy manifolds to chop up
Does it rev ok in neutral? Might want to try unbolting the converter and sliding it back.
Wow , those turned out really nice..
Are you asking if it's OK to reuse that bearing to save 70 bucks?
Sorry, but that's nuts.
I just love threads like these.
One question, is the pic above the very first peekaboo doll at a car show?
Canadian pie crusts?
As long as they don't need more than a small hammer it's good.
That's the way I have been taught.
We use Lawson bits at work. They do well. Their step bits are good too.
I'd say your doing pretty good for your first project.
Trying to use what ya got, check.
Asking questions and doing research when things look...
I just wanted to thank you for doing this thread. Reminds me of another speedster thread by yonharr. Not sure of spelling. It was a great read...
Did you use single stage on your dash?
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