If not doing the timing chain/sprockets and replacing the front cranking shaft seal with the front cover in place, also be sure to fill the seals spring side cavity with grease to keep the spring from bouncing out.
If doing the timing chain/sprockets, cover will be off, just knock out old seal and drive in new one. Be sure to coat the seals outer surface and the seal bore in the cover with some no 1 or no2 Permatex. Thats how I doooit anyhow.
Be sure to coat the coolant pump gaskets too. I think maybe a...
Moving right along.
Price of lumber over here, I think that just one form board on the inside of the room then pouring concrete to the dirt wall would be cheaper.
I was told a 4’X8’ sheet of OSB particle board is now over $80.00 american money. IIRC, they used to be about $15.00 but dont quote...
I have thought about creating a box in the very front corner of the truck bed and installing fuel pump and filtration/heater system inside of the box perimeter then having an easily removable cover over it.
Old bull durham sack works real good.
On My old motorcicles, left over bolts and parts goes into the bull Today’s Prayer
May 16, 2021
Good morning dear heavenly Father! This is a day which You have made! I will rejoice and be glad in it! I pray in Jesus’ name, for I need You and I want to trust...
Wow Mike. If I had such a fine old steed, I’d sure not be offering it up for sale. How much are You asking for it ?
Besides not having been started for so long of a time, does it have nay other problems we could help You work through before the sale ?
I see this is Your first post, welcome to...
I read so much controversy on gauges, and, people recommend this brand and that brand and someone else comes along and bad mouths what others have suggested.
Never see anyone mention the good old industry standard Stewart Warner so I was just wondering if they was still in business and if their...
Used to be the go to gauges was the Stewart Warner units.
Are they still as reliable as they were back 30 years ago ?
I want to install electrical gauges for right head temperature and possibly two fuel pressure gauges.
Just curious as to the reliability of an old name in instrumentation.