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Hot Rods My 32 roadster project

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Hutch built, May 15, 2016.

  1. I'm in lust!
     
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  2. FOURTYDLX
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    FOURTYDLX
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    THANKS for sharing PICS, Beautiful Masterpiece.
     
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  3. Hutch built
    Joined: May 15, 2016
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    Hutch built

    Update: So since I completed the Roadster this Spring I've been driving and enjoying it as much as i can. I drove out to Goodguys Columbus, about 400 miles one way, and didn't have any problems. Right now i have about 2800 miles on it. I recently made a wheel change and I'm liking the new look.
     

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  4. 1-SHOT
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    I like to know where you got the grill shell emblem made.
    I think the pindrive wheels look great. Frank
     
  5. krylon32
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    I have the same wheel and tire combo on my black deuce roadster. Love it!
     
  6. in the weeds
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    in the weeds
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    UH WOW Very nice build read the whole thread job well done loved all the little details!!!
     
  7. Hutch built
    Joined: May 15, 2016
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    Hutch built

    20190105_104517.jpg 20190105_104531.jpg 20190105_104531.jpg 20190105_123327.jpg 20190105_123331.jpg 20190105_125956.jpg 20190105_130002.jpg 20190127_105023.jpg 20190127_105037.jpg 20190127_114957.jpg 20190127_121539.jpg 20190127_121546.jpg 20190105_104517.jpg 20190105_104531.jpg 20190105_123327.jpg 20190105_123331.jpg 20190105_125956.jpg 20190105_130002.jpg 20190127_105023.jpg 20190127_105037.jpg 20190127_114957.jpg 20190127_121539.jpg 20190127_121546.jpg For a fun winter project I made some caps that are held on with some stainless spring retainers for the knock offs instead of going the safety wire method.
     
  8. krylon32
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    krylon32
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    I see everyone using safety wire on the knockoffs and now you made these retainers. Do the knockoffs work loose driving or is it just an appearance thing? I walk around the car every time I get gas (about every 200 miles) and give them a wack with the lead hammer and have never found them loose yet. Just asking.
     
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  9. Hutch built
    Joined: May 15, 2016
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    Hutch built

    I have a friend that runs the same type setup on his Cobra and if anything they get tighter as he drives. I figured it wouldn't hurt and it hides the the end of the hup nicely. They fit with just a couple of thousands of end play so after a long ride I can check them to see if they have play in them by hand and if they do I know the spiners have not backed of any.
     
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  10. Hutch built
    Joined: May 15, 2016
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    Hutch built

    Hi all. Been awhile since I last posted ,have done anything interesting to the roadster up till now. Last week I was playing with a different windshield setup and fabricated one that I can easily remove and put back on the Rodwell windshield. 20201120_104544.jpeg 20201120_113118.jpeg 20201120_165252.jpeg 20201121_114232.jpeg 20201121_131632.jpeg 20201121_140230.jpeg 20201121_140236.jpeg 20201124_111753.jpeg 20201124_113202.jpeg 20201125_112930.jpeg 20201202_105101.jpeg 20201202_105418.jpeg 20201202_133302.jpeg 20201202_141556.jpeg 20201202_141611.jpeg 20201204_155506.jpeg 20201205_134727.jpeg 20201205_134735.jpeg 20201205_134521.jpeg 20201205_134719.jpeg 20201205_134556.jpeg 20201205_134719.jpeg

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  11. Brooklands style !! Cool.
     
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  12. The37Kid
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    67228ea7d178633e0acf183e10b16401.jpg Nice! If you have leftovers from the upholstery you can fill in the gap under the Brooklands screen. Bob
     
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  13. Baron
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    That certainly is interesting. Beautiful job, as is the rest of the car.
     

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