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    Mario, WTF

    are you asleep at the keyboard again. I was looking forward to reading your critique of that Studebaker Tony built.
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    Yeah

    me too!!!:o
  3. Thread: Ethyl Roars

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    Bill

    at the end of the day to quote that rock n roll philosopher Rick Nelson, "you can't please everyone so you've got to please yourself". I was impressed to read in your post that the machinist was...
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    Bill, I'm somewhat surprised your machinist...

    Bill, I'm somewhat surprised your machinist didn't suggest this upgrade. Back before the introduction of the 4-bolt main 350 this was a very popular procedure for the 283 and 327 motors. The kits...
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    Again

    like you Vall I ran the balance line between the 2 carbs 103187 when I ran the cross ram carbs with the vacuum secondaries and never had a problem like Mario described. What a pain in the ass it...
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    As with

    you Vall I run a vacuum gauge also. I ran a line between the 2 carbs 103185 with an adaptor for the gauge. After the motor warms up I move the timing until I get the best reading. Also like you I...
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    Mario

    that's why I use nylocks for that same application and I use blue loctite on the carb stud and the jam nut.
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    So

    I called the museum and was told they're taking it on a month to month basis and to just keep checking their web page for updates. Anyone who wants to check can check on this tab. ...
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    Yep,

    screwed at the take out window again. That shit really gets old especially since it appears to be the norm now rather than the exception. Although it does do a heart good to know that I'm not the...
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    Vall

    do you use the USPS prepaid flat rate priority shipping boxes? I'm betting the brake kit would have fit in the large size (70 lbs), shipped for $18.30 and the post office picks it up for free.
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    blue collar logic

    I don't know how many of the members are familiar with this man but he has more common sense in his little finger than all of DC. I am so efin fed up with what is being allowed to happen in this...
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    Hi Dave

    hope this move will be more permanent for you so that you can really feel settled. What type of garage/work space do you have? Is there room for the car inside? Good luck with the move.
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    Hey Mario

    if you have Mr. Gasket type bell crank with several holes drilled in each arm hopefully you just need to switch holes to change the ratio of the arms. I had the same problem on my 53 and that did the...
  14. Thread: Don't you

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    Don't you

    just love a happy ending!!!! https://youtu.be/cEVWo9n5eKU
  15. Thread: Any

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    So Vall

    do you know this just off the top of your head or did you research it somehow?
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    Any

    guesses as to what this body panel is for?

    103147
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    Can't believe

    it's been 8 years since a post was put up for Fathers Day. But, in honor of this day I thought a photo of the first lady of drag racing (showing more skin than normal) would be appreciated (except by...
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    I had

    concerns regarding the nylon bushings also Vall. What my buddy did was a couple spot welds at a time 180 degrees apart, let them cool and then a couple more until they were all around the shaft....
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    Well

    it would appear that I wrote to soon. Today I got an email from the Automobile Driving Museum advertising about their Fathers Day event tomorrow and all the rest of the events. I'm going to call this...
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    Vall

    I ran into the same exact problem with the spoon type throttle assembly I bought for the Willys. About 4 months after I installed it I started experiencing problems too. The splines just weren't cut...
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    Can't remember

    if this has been posted before but it came up on ebay today so I thought I'd throw it up here. Be interesting to see if it sells....
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    I'm betting

    the Holenator is salivating waiting on cutting that big ass hole in his hood LOL.......................:o
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    Mario

    I found this on line. I'm sending it mostly because of the information about possible damage from not running the switch.
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    I forgot

    to include in my post that I was going to have a for sale sign on my Willys of $25,000 OBO to see if it generated any interest. I figured that a gasser only car show would be a great place to test...
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    That's great

    news Vall, congratulations and take it easy. Maybe the rain is a good thing; it'll force you take things slow.
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