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So, is the head of your caliper pin stripped? I have never stripped one on older cars but have on 90's GM stuff.
You need to get near 195 to boil the moisture out of an engine to prevent sludge build up.
I would think you could move the front of the fenders over; shift everything at the core support. Just my thoughts. I know fixing gaps will...
I would wrap my car like a Nascar race car lol.
I have always wondered about that too. They do look very close. I guess you are the guy to let us know since you already have one.
I like the way Art Carr thinks. I would love to have a heavy duty 200r4 without converter lock up. The overdrive would be enough improvement for me.
79T/Aman, do you think the upper bump stop is important? That is my concern with some of the upper control arms out there.
I thought the float problem would fix it. I had an Eddy carb on my 4x4 truck and it didn't like sudden movements for some reason. I never tried...
It seems accurate. When mine is on 0 I can read 12 degrees advance. When I dial it back to 12 than the pointer is on 0. Seems close enough for me.
I'm one of those guys that has to have a clear fuel filter because I hate wondering if I have fuel flow or not. You could try a temporary one...
Ah, I figured it was an aftermarket carb. I was waiting for more clues.
I never see body shops remove doors for a paint job.
I had a Trick flow top end kit on my truck. I don't believe Trick Flow uses inferior parts. Everybody has their own way of doing things. For...
It seems to me if you got a 350 crate engine you could save points by using stock heads, cam, intake and qjet and still have decent power.
Normally a rocker would make noise when it's cold and quiet down as it warms up. Maybe it is detonation.