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  • Buck Howard
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by Buck Howard
    Good morning gang have a great Monday stay safe and hydrated keep the mast up right
    Today, 12:06 AM
  • Buck Howard
    Reply to What did you do today that was model a related?
    by Buck Howard
    Jamey this works really well on the exhaust manifold, and here's a picture of the manifold after I finished it. ...
    Yesterday, 11:57 PM
  • Buck Howard
    Reply to Hood alignment
    by Buck Howard
    Jamey E Jamey I have the same problem I'm pretty sure it's frame sag. Proper fix would be straightening the frame. ...
    Yesterday, 11:39 PM
  • Buck Howard
    Reply to The VFF Garage Sale
    by Buck Howard
    Pat I have a set of the single locks that I need to put on, I'll save the carb intake and air maze for you to put on "My Doodle bug" 😉😉🤣 I'm not sure of anything I need at this time but let me know as you dig things up I'm sure you have something else I'll need....
    Yesterday, 11:29 PM
  • Dennis
    Reply to Aluminum timing gear marks
    by Dennis
    Back in the day that picture got inverted through a photographic process. Funny how it went all these years without being caught....
    Yesterday, 11:26 PM
  • Jamey E
    Reply to Hood alignment
    by Jamey E
    Is there a fix?...
    Yesterday, 11:05 PM
  • conaway2
    Reply to Checking For A Bent Frame
    by conaway2
    For the second step, the string should be stretched from the front to the rear crossmembers ?

    thanks - Jim...
    Yesterday, 10:45 PM
  • Marco Tahtaras
    Reply to Hood alignment
    by Marco Tahtaras
    When the bottom rear corners of the hood sides display an excessive gap from the cowl compared to the top of the hood, that is certainly indicative of the frame sagging in the area of the rear engine mounts. This is WAY more common than not. Most folks never notice the issue exists when they are disassembling with a series of tasks in mind. Only during reassembly do SOME folks see an issue and become...
    Yesterday, 10:45 PM
  • ahoogakev
    Reply to What did you do today that was model a related?
    by ahoogakev
    Thank you Marco; I had no other originals to compare it to, I was going to look in the Judging Standards Junk Pickup chapter but had been too lazy to do that yet, I'm sure it would have told me too, along with the minimum and maximum inches of bondo allowed on junk pickups ??? ( that will be of high interest to me one day ah haahahahah!!!) Best Regards, Kev...
    Yesterday, 10:38 PM
  • pAAt
    Reply to The VFF Garage Sale
    by pAAt
    Buck, I have a New Tilly, on the AA, from Beauford and plan to put Jimbo's air maze on that, then some 3x plugs from Ed. Should be close to styling then I have an engine from Lincoln Dave, which was given to me, and then found out it was pretty much ready to run, new valves, adjustable lifters, and etc. . I have a police head I want to put on that engine, came off another Doodle...
    Yesterday, 10:35 PM
  • KenCoupe
    Reply to Steering Box Grade 8 Mount Bolts
    by KenCoupe
    Bratton's website says they are 7/16-20 X 1 5/32. They don't say what the grade of their bolts is. McMaster-Carr has 1" and 1-1/4" length in grade 8 but not 1 5/32.
    Yesterday, 10:27 PM
  • pAAt
    Reply to Best SUV ?
    by pAAt
    I know right Start knocking on wood and stuff like that ...
    Yesterday, 10:05 PM
  • Cape Codder
    Steering Box Grade 8 Mount Bolts
    by Cape Codder
    Some time ago someone talked of installing Grade 8 bolts to mount the Steering Box. I'm looking to find the size of these bolts and where they were purchased?...
    Yesterday, 09:58 PM
  • DBaldwin
    Reply to Best SUV ?
    by DBaldwin
    300k miles on my Silverado 215k on the wife’s Pontiac torrent. Maintenance is the key….. we get our $$$ worth out of our cars. Haven’t had a car payment since 2009. Hope I didn’t just jinx myself, lol....
    Yesterday, 09:50 PM
  • Jamey E
    Reply to Hood alignment
    by Jamey E
    Maybe I need to adjust the rods out further, pushing the top of the radiator out, which would allow some play to slide the radiator back towards the gas tank???
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    Yesterday, 09:44 PM
  • Jamey E
    Reply to Hood alignment
    by Jamey E
    It’s original...
    Yesterday, 09:41 PM
  • KenCoupe
    Reply to Hood alignment
    by KenCoupe
    Is it an original hood or a repro? My understanding is some of the repros have some fitment issues.
    Yesterday, 09:41 PM
  • Bud on the Vineyard
    Need a slant pole coil for my restoration
    by Bud on the Vineyard
    Does anyone have a working slant pole coil they would be willing to sell? I'm restoring an early 29 Station Wagon.
    Yesterday, 09:35 PM
  • KenCoupe
    Reply to Taillight wire routing
    by KenCoupe
    No response?
    Yesterday, 09:30 PM
  • Rob Doe
    Reply to Non Model A sound
    by Rob Doe
    Yesterday, 09:25 PM
  • Rob Doe
    Reply to Non Model A sound
    by Rob Doe
    I grounded the plugs individually.
    Yesterday, 09:19 PM
  • Jamey E
    Reply to Hood alignment
    by Jamey E
    Frame is straight & shims are good. Bottom of the hoods need to come back closer to the gas tank...
    Yesterday, 09:18 PM
  • Rob Doe
    Reply to Non Model A sound
    by Rob Doe



    Here is the distributor cap. I also changed out the distributor body. I also videoed the ignition with a cut cap. The cut cap has a worn out button and does not run the car as well as the one in the photo....
    Yesterday, 09:16 PM
  • Norm
    Reply to Hood alignment
    by Norm
    Be sure the frame is straight and the body is properly shimmed ....
    Yesterday, 09:13 PM
  • Larry Jenkins
    Reply to Checking For A Bent Frame
    by Larry Jenkins
    One way that I know, but pretty primitive.

    Get a piece of pliable, heavy string. Long enough to traverse the whole frame length.

    Stretch it across from left front to right rear. Measure distance and record in inches.

    Remove the string and go from right front to left rear. both on the top rails. Measure the distance.
    If the readings are close to the same,...
    Yesterday, 09:05 PM
  • Jamey E
    Hood alignment
    by Jamey E
    Besides what I will call the radiator support rods, is there any other way to make the hood fit better?...
    Yesterday, 09:04 PM
  • Jamey E
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by Jamey E
    Great pics Jeff!! You have a beautiful family!! You should be very proud...
    Yesterday, 08:56 PM
  • Jamey E
    Reply to Margaret's 100th birthday
    by Jamey E
    Very cool!!...
    Yesterday, 08:47 PM
  • Jamey E
    Reply to What did you do today that was model a related?
    by Jamey E
    Car show today, all went very well. We do have a couple very minor leaks, but nothing a wrench won’t handle. Not too impressed with the exhaust paint we used, already have some blistering & flaking on the manifold...
    Yesterday, 08:45 PM
  • pAAt
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by pAAt
    Jeff, did notice your "love of life ", which I spoke of ? ...
    Yesterday, 08:43 PM
  • Jamey E
    Reply to What did you do today that was model a related?
    by Jamey E
    What a shame...
    Yesterday, 08:43 PM
  • Jamey E
    Reply to Aluminum timing gear marks
    by Jamey E
    This may or may not help, but it sure got me thinking.
    At a local car show today we got talking with a fella that has a 29’ Roadster. We were comparing things that we have done to our cars, & he started telling me about a time when his car was running very rough, no power, & he had tried everything to fix it. Now I know this has nothing to do with the timing, but he changed his gas...
    Yesterday, 08:40 PM
  • pAAt
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by pAAt
    You'll be sawing jags of wood all night ...
    Yesterday, 08:37 PM
  • TOBKOB
    Reply to Margaret's 100th birthday
    by TOBKOB
    Last year some folks from our club did a drive by for a lady's 110th birthday and I read recently that she had passed away but she really enjoyed the cars and some Coca Cola that day...

    TOB
    Yesterday, 08:35 PM
  • conaway2
    Checking For A Bent Frame
    by conaway2
    I’ve been cleaning and priming the frame on my latest project car, and want to check for sagging at the rear motor mounts. What’s the best way to do this ? And, if it is sagging, is the procedure for straightening the frame described by Les Andrews a workable solution ? I see a lot of varied opinions online about the ‘best’ way to straighten a sagging frame.

    thanks - Jim
    Yesterday, 08:33 PM
  • JDupuis
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by JDupuis
    You know me well Doc……I’ve fallen asleep 3 times already today. ...
    Yesterday, 08:32 PM
  • pAAt
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by pAAt
    Looks as if you enjoyed yourself immensely, Jeff. Thanks for the update and pics ! Maybe a good rest is in order ?...
    Yesterday, 08:13 PM
  • pAAt
    Reply to The VFF Garage Sale
    by pAAt
    What a nice bunch of Bucks we have roaming the VFF So they're supposed to be mounted down ?...
    Yesterday, 07:40 PM
  • JDupuis
    Reply to What did you fix today, not A related
    by JDupuis
    Your Wisdom is growing Young Grasshopper.




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    Yesterday, 07:04 PM
  • Mitch
    Reply to Fuse Holder Fix
    by Mitch
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    Yesterday, 07:00 PM
  • Mitch
    Reply to A series of various newsletter tech tips
    by Mitch
    Fuse and electrical tips

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    Yesterday, 06:59 PM
  • JDupuis
    Reply to Margaret's 100th birthday
    by JDupuis
    Yesterday, 06:56 PM
  • fried okra
    Reply to Margaret's 100th birthday
    by fried okra
    We all should be so lucky as Margaret.
    Yesterday, 06:42 PM
  • Mitch
    Reply to A series of various newsletter tech tips
    by Mitch
    Dirstibutor, lower plate, points and condenser

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    Yesterday, 06:40 PM
  • Mitch
    Reply to No start, Driveability and misc Tips
    by Mitch
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    Yesterday, 06:36 PM
  • Mitch
    Reply to Distributor Rebuild Seminar and Information
    by Mitch
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    Yesterday, 06:36 PM
  • Mitch
    Colored wheels
    by Mitch
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    Yesterday, 06:33 PM
  • BTERRY1
    Reply to Aluminum timing gear marks
    by BTERRY1
    Well. After all that work to put in new timing gear, no change. I was silly really to think that would “fix” it. I just don’t understand how swapping out the original to new could create all this havoc.

    thanks everyone for their input. I’ll update everyone if I ever figure out what it is. I’ll probably just park it for a while....
    Yesterday, 06:09 PM
  • copgib
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by copgib
    Thanks for the pictures Jeff. You could tell you were one proud Papa! Once things settle down, you have to tell me what you used to get the Model A to look so shiney. Beautiful pictures and I am happy for you! Take care brother from another mother! Hugh
    Yesterday, 06:06 PM
  • JDupuis
    Reply to Where was Sarah's body manhandled?
    by JDupuis
    Whoa…….that bus damn near hit me! ….
    Yesterday, 05:58 PM
  • pooch
    Reply to Rumble Seat Deck Lid Adjustment
    by pooch
    Show a pic looking directly down to show the full length of gap along bottom edge of lid.

    And open the lid to see how much clearance you have when lid passes the rear panel.

    If all looks OK, it should be just a simple loosen bolt on either side and move it a bit .

    Place a sheet or other material over rear panel and over the top latching area, so if you go too...
    Yesterday, 05:42 PM
  • Jedmundcars
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by Jedmundcars
    Thanks for the pics and rundown Jeff! Looks like a wonderful time!
    Yesterday, 05:32 PM
  • Michael M
    Reply to Margaret's 100th birthday
    by Michael M
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    Yesterday, 05:29 PM
  • JDupuis
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by JDupuis
    Here’s some more wedding shots.
    My oldest daughter Cayley, made the wedding cake. All the flowers and leaves are made of icing, all made by Cayley.
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    Yesterday, 05:23 PM
  • SeaSlugs
    Reply to Do I mill the new exhaust manifold to be flush?
    by SeaSlugs
    Yes i also highly recommend doing this.
    Fyi i bought a new intake to use with my new manifold. Fit together perfectly. Was going to be cheaper to buy the manifold than it was to find a shop willing to do the milling...

    Also use the rings if your block allows. Theres a reason ford started with em, left em out, then went back to them. There was not a dime splurged on these cars during...
    Yesterday, 05:23 PM
  • SeaSlugs
    Reply to Moving Parts Need Lubrication
    by SeaSlugs
    I really like the single hand use Lincoln brand grease gun i bought. Auto air bleeders that actually work, no dripping grease out of it, one handed operation like a caulk gun so your other hand is free to hold the end on the zerk. Nice zerk clamping action too
    Yesterday, 05:20 PM
  • JDupuis
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by JDupuis
    Good Evening
    Sorry I’m late….lots on the go today.
    We had a gathering of the families here, for brunch and the opening of the gifts.
    My truck is still loaded with all the non-perishable wedding decorations. That will be tomorrow’s job.
    Kersten had a friend who flew in from British Columbia, just for the wedding. She arrived at the venue just when Kersten...
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    Yesterday, 05:17 PM
  • 31 Deluxe Coupe
    Margaret's 100th birthday
    by 31 Deluxe Coupe
    A small group from our club took this lovely lady to her 100th birthday party held at her familes ranch. What a great way to enjoy a Sunday. Happy birthday Margaret!...
    Yesterday, 05:00 PM
  • Rob Doe
    Reply to Non Model A sound
    by Rob Doe
    It got downgraded automatically. The video isn't blurry on my phone and the sound of the issue is much clearer too....
    Yesterday, 04:26 PM
  • Rob Doe
    Reply to Non Model A sound
    by Rob Doe
    Yes I will. I'm home now, but will go back to the hangar.

    I've got a new cap and a new distributor body. And a new distributor base and condenser and points. All are about 1800 miles old. The car was making the peculiar pops all along before the new parts. Compression was 120 119.5 19 120 last week. No shortage of power.

    Thx Wiz.
    Yesterday, 04:20 PM
  • Dave hummell
    Reply to Bridgeport Mill
    by Dave hummell
    I really didn't know much on the history of the bridgeports or the copys but the ones I owned made me a s--t load of money over the years. Most all the stuff I got is 3 phase before I built my own shop I used a home built 10 hp. rotary converter but now I have three phase and that 10 hp.would not be big enough. Remember the machines are cheap its all the crap you have to have to do anything on th...
    Yesterday, 04:15 PM
  • Mitch
    Reply to Aluminum timing gear marks
    by Mitch
    What page is that on? Pages 1-138 & 1-325 in my red book shows it correct...
    Yesterday, 04:08 PM
  • DaWizard
    Reply to Non Model A sound
    by DaWizard
    Hey Rob, would you humor an old fart and swap out the distributor body? No need to do anything else except check the distributor top for a good carbon button.
    Yesterday, 03:42 PM
  • Rob Doe
    Reply to Instrument panel light late 30 - 31.
    by Rob Doe
    Bill, I should probably know, but what is involved in putting a new wire on it? Does it come apart easily?
    Yesterday, 03:28 PM
  • Blown Gasket
    Reply to What did you do today that was model a related?
    by Blown Gasket
    We have passed the 3-month mark since the installation of our new carport/barn for the model A. No word from the dealer, Evans Sheds and more or TNT carports. My last email to them a couple weeks ago was the repair is off the table as they have demonstrated they do not intend to make the repairs. I offered again to come take it down and remove it or give us a $500 discount and we would have it repaired....
    Yesterday, 03:27 PM
  • Rob Doe
    Reply to Non Model A sound
    by Rob Doe
    I finally got it figured out. See the link in post #1
    Yesterday, 03:19 PM
  • Buck Howard
    Reply to Non Model A sound
    by Buck Howard
    Rob Doe If you took it on your cell phone you may have to down grade the video quality so the file is smaller
    Yesterday, 03:02 PM
  • Bill Cilker
    Reply to Instrument panel light late 30 - 31.
    by Bill Cilker
    Rob
    I have an original instrument panel light for a 30-31 vehicle. It is in good condition, but will need a new armored wire. The price is $25.00 shipping included.
    ...
    Yesterday, 02:56 PM
  • Ted Duke
    Reply to What did you do today that was model a related?
    by Ted Duke
    Found there was play in the throttle system. Removed the plate (or whatever it's called), removed the pin holding the shaft that hooks to the carb shaft and replaced with a new pin. Tight. Then I painted it. Waiting for paint to dry. Switched over to other necessities like staining the cab rail....
    Yesterday, 01:52 PM
  • gdaquilina
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by gdaquilina
    Congratulations Jeff! Can't wait to see some wedding photos!...
    Yesterday, 01:44 PM
  • gdaquilina
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by gdaquilina
    Good afternoon. Got back from the forest yesterday. 14 hours on the road including a quick visit with my son in Boston. Traffic not as bad as the trip up but still stop and go around Boston. 90 just outside of Boston is under major reconstruction, reduced to two lanes each way with no shoulders. There was a bad accident on my side reducing it to one lane and backing up traffic for several miles....
    Yesterday, 01:37 PM
  • Apple Green Wheels Rule
    Anyone here based in Minneapolis???
    by Apple Green Wheels Rule
    Vintage Minneapolis Auto Club Demitasse Cup And Saucer Set | eBay
    Yesterday, 01:35 PM
  • Mitch
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by Mitch
    Good Morning A cool and rainy day here in the tropics. The father of the bride must have a hell of a hangover Jeff your sure looked beautiful yesterday any dancing videos you care to share It’s not easy giving your little girl away, best wishes goes out to those newbies.

    Have a great rest of the day folks
    Yesterday, 01:34 PM
  • Rob Doe
    Reply to Non Model A sound
    by Rob Doe
    deleted
    Yesterday, 01:10 PM
  • Rob Doe
    Non Model A sound
    by Rob Doe
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BA3b9qj7VA0

    Does this sound right? I. Dropped the muffler to see if the non Model A sound it makes is the muffler or an engine issue.

    ​​​​​​Exhaust valve hanging?
    Yesterday, 01:05 PM
  • Mitch
    Reply to iso manual for barret b-500 brake lathe
    by Mitch
    We have round and triangular tips. The triangular gives you 6 cutting sides, it can be flipped over. The round is a more modern bit which can get rotated and flipped.

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    Yesterday, 12:59 PM
  • WMWS
    Reply to Cross country blog
    by WMWS
    Gas Buddy is a good app for gas stations. Gives you the price and will lead you right to the station.
    Yesterday, 12:58 PM
  • Mitch
    Reply to Aluminum timing gear marks
    by Mitch
    YES SIR ...
    Yesterday, 12:54 PM
  • Jim Mason
    Reply to iso manual for barret b-500 brake lathe
    by Jim Mason
    I have several,both positive and negative. Hss and carbide, and one with the carbide insert. Also have points and round tips on them.
    Yesterday, 12:53 PM
  • Mitch
    Reply to Status of Second Production Run
    by Mitch
    Contact John,

    https://www.vintagefordforum.com/for...498#post307498...
    Yesterday, 12:51 PM
  • GRutter
    Reply to Status of Second Production Run
    by GRutter
    How can we determine where we are on the list ?
    Yesterday, 12:41 PM
  • DaWizard
    Reply to Aluminum timing gear marks
    by DaWizard
    Once again, the "Red Book" strikes! It is wrong on so many levels. Mitch, make sure this too gets posted in the "what's wrong in the red book".

    The indexing mark on the crank gear is in the right side of the keyway.
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    Yesterday, 12:31 PM
  • Rowdy
    Reply to Status of Second Production Run
    by Rowdy
    Any distribution point for those in the middle? Rod
    Yesterday, 12:27 PM
  • Mitch
    Reply to iso manual for barret b-500 brake lathe
    by Mitch
    Yes positive. The tool bit arm is probably already angled that way. Any pictures
    Yesterday, 11:56 AM
  • A-7747
    Reply to Aluminum timing gear marks
    by A-7747
    Can you clean that mess up a bit and take another picture of it ??...
    Yesterday, 11:56 AM
  • Great Lakes Greg
    1931 Roadster Pickup
    by Great Lakes Greg
    Selling my Model A to finance the next one. Brookville cab, the rest is all original Henry steel. Engine was previously rebuilt, I don't know what that entailed, but it runs well. All other mechanicals inspected or rebuilt. Cast drums, Mitchell O.D., Power Master Alternator, 1100 miles on the frame off restoration done by me. Scored 490 points in Touring Class at Oshkosh. 5 points off for the Mitchell,...
    Yesterday, 11:49 AM
  • dmaxweb
    Reply to Stuck Valve
    by dmaxweb
    I don't have one of the tools that fits under the valve head so hopefully some PB Blaster soaking will do.
    I've had good luck with this one in the past.

    ...
    Yesterday, 11:17 AM
  • Buck Howard
    Reply to The VFF Garage Sale
    by Buck Howard
    If I was the first one to get a topper i will gladly pass this to pat. Pat if you need more then one I have one that has a carburetor attached to it. ...
    Yesterday, 11:11 AM
  • Jedmundcars
    Reply to The VFF Garage Sale
    by Jedmundcars
    You got it Pat! Send address and I’ll get it out!
    Yesterday, 11:10 AM
  • Kevin in NJ
    Reply to Rumble Seat Deck Lid Adjustment
    by Kevin in NJ
    So I am fairly experienced with the look of repro lower panels.

    Honestly, the lower panel on the car looks like a repro panel. It appears to be a 90 degree angle off the edge of the qtr panel.
    The fit issues are exactly what I would expect if reproduction parts were used.

    My advice is you look closer at the parts. They may be originals, I could be wrong. The pictures...
    Yesterday, 10:57 AM
  • pAAt
    Reply to The VFF Garage Sale
    by pAAt
    OK Jed I want this Air maze for my AA. I give up my plates to get this item ...
    Yesterday, 10:56 AM
  • pAAt
    Reply to The VFF Garage Sale
    by pAAt
    Buck, enjoy as I did I'll get them shipped out this week and "Thanks" for supporting the VFF
    Yesterday, 10:50 AM
  • Buck Howard
    Reply to The VFF Garage Sale
    by Buck Howard
    Will do Mitch....
    Yesterday, 10:39 AM
  • Jedmundcars
    Reply to The VFF Garage Sale
    by Jedmundcars
    Man, Pat digging down and finding some jewels!
    Yesterday, 10:03 AM
  • Terry, NJ
    Reply to Bridgeport Mill
    by Terry, NJ
    The Bridgeport miller was an vertical milling machine invented by a guy named Rudy Bannow in 1938 (?) who had a machine shop in Bridgeport , Conn. They were an unsung hero in production during WW2. They have been referred to as a poor man's Jig Borer. Properly run and maintained it will give you accuracy on sizes and locations. Before Bridgeports, there were very few vertical millers available and...
    Yesterday, 10:03 AM
  • Mitch
    Reply to Aluminum timing gear marks
    by Mitch
    This was posted before at some point to one of your threads

    https://www.vintagefordforum.com/for...=9409#post9409


    ...
    Yesterday, 09:39 AM
  • Mitch
    Reply to The VFF Garage Sale
    by Mitch
    Buck
    What a deal, you did very well.. Please post a pic of your topper mounted.

    https://www.vintagefordforum.com/for...rs-vff-toppers...
    Yesterday, 09:37 AM
  • BTERRY1
    Reply to Aluminum timing gear marks
    by BTERRY1
    In the red book it shows to the left. I’m to the right
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    Yesterday, 09:34 AM
  • BTERRY1
    Reply to Aluminum timing gear marks
    by BTERRY1
    Mitch Jamey E DaWizard.

    does anyone have a good image of the dimple on the crank gear in relation to the woodruff key? My aluminum and fiber gear dimples are in the exact same location. I’m hesitant to put it all back together just to have the same issue. Here is mine....
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    Yesterday, 09:32 AM
  • Tom Wesenberg
    Reply to Stuck Valve
    by Tom Wesenberg
    I've had stuck valve guides and found that using the tool that curves around the valve head has too much spring to give the guide proper force for removal.
    I bought the tool that fits under the valve head, then you strike the valve exactly in the center of the head, and the guide comes out.
    This is the only tool I recommend for this job.
    Yesterday, 09:24 AM
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