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    So while I wait on another tank I installed a T-ish cylinder tank in bed of truck. I have a fuel pump with a before and after filter, fuel regulator at 1 PSI and a electronic shutoff with a toggle switch that controls all. Well, Rusty cranks but no start. I removed fuel line from carb and turned on pump and fuel was flowing. Reconnected and put coil to head nut and cranked. Bright blue spark. It was flooded but figured id get a pop....
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    Rusty looks good
    3 ~ Tudor's
    Henry Ford said
    "It's all nuts and bolts"


    Mitch's Auto Service ctr

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    • Beauford
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      Thanks!! It will be a expensive piece of lawn art!!

  • #3
    Very nice looking truck.

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    • Beauford
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      Thanks George! If a idiot like me can do it with the help of you good people anyone can!!! Now if it will just run again....HAHAHAHA

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    George I started with this.....no shit...
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    • Mitch
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      What were you smoking? An amazing transformation to say the least. We'll get him running at 5 am tomorrow don't worry

    • George Miller
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      You did good, you did not have much to start with.

  • #5
    HAHAHAHAHA...I want to smoke some wheels....or burn some rubber.....shit, it's a Model A!1

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