The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by choffman41, Oct 14, 2021.
I've been watching some of those. Wild! Pretty sure they are in Pakistan. The crank factory is good too.
^^^^^WOW, safety first?????
Never leave chuck key in the lathe rule?
Makes my lower back scream in pain just watching this video! Plus, none of the workers are wearing safety equipment, such as steel toe shoes.
You ready??? When I nod my head, you hit it...
Whats the problem , Instead of 36 inches free-play in the steering he,s got it down to 12 inches .
Beat it to fit and paint it to match.
Ours are spring loaded.... and a pain in the ass to use....
i like how sanitary everything is. Especially when they toss the kingpin bearing in the sand
Wow ! Give em credit they do with what they have "The mother or rather brother of invention"
Amazing considering what they have to work with. Wonder what that repair cost?
Necessity is the mother of invention especially when the ground is your workbench and
a hammer is your primary tool. They work hard and deserve credit.
We are indeed fortunate to live in the USA.
Blackhawk repair videos coming soon.....
That is so true.
Breathe of fresh air .
Makes Ole Henry axles look like a duck walk... our history books never told us about this great culture....
I'll admit I've done similar to what they are doing however I turn breaker off to the lathe rather than just trusting neutral 100%.
How soon you've forgotten the roots of racing automobiles and how pit conditions use to be. In all fairness, they have new replacement parts and are doing a much better job at cleaning parts than I've seen many today do.
What's the acronym for something bigger than a FBH? They have all the sizes! Who needs lube when you have a FBH?
They sure are industrious, and seem actually happy in their work.
Just saw a youtube report on them doing just that. Just like a junk yard they are stripping damaged ones and building the best
They way they beat the king pins in I think they are a little too tight.
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