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Old 06-24-2011, 05:55 AM
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Those can be a real bear to get back in place as the stud is splined. If you do it that way, make sure you have a good heavy washer and well greased for the nut to rest on and as a bearing

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Those can be a real bear to get back in place as the stud is splined. If you do it that way, make sure you have a good heavy washer and well greased for the nut to rest on and as a bearing
doesn't sound like fun---don't think I'll go that route

Hey,I see your avatar is changed--new car?
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doesn't sound like fun---don't think I'll go that route

Hey,I see your avatar is changed--new car?
Not fun, messy and slow ----- but it does work.

Same car but with the top and hood on. Does look different though. I need a better photo and will soon (if the rains ever stop)

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Not fun, messy and slow ----- but it does work.

Same car but with the top and hood on. Does look different though. I need a better photo and will soon (if the rains ever stop)

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I sold my 26 T and now have a 30 Roadster----What I always wanted---didn't build it---Price was right
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Very nice. Sometimes the right price works best of all plus a finished car get you going faster.

A '30-'31 on '32 rails !!! Usually folks only do the '28-'29's

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That's better - old timey with the six 97's on that log manifold. Again, very nice and neat
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