|Today 10:25 AM|
what is everyone using for a lower radiator hose?
i just put a new one on, its the same as was on the car when i got it, but it is just not right.
its one of those flexible universal rubber things from napa, but its kinda kinking because the bends are so tight.
|Today 05:17 AM|
I don't dislike it the way it is but lowering the rear just enough to center the wheel in the opening would be perfect.
Go for it
|Today 03:25 AM|
Take the rear down a bit for a better look. Just my 2 cents.
It's amazing how some new rims change the look of a car so dramatically.
|Today 01:01 AM|
|nunattax||looks good either way but id prefer the old wheels|
|Yesterday 08:16 PM|
i have already raised the front a little since i bought it
|Yesterday 08:02 PM|
|Too Many Projects||I don't know....it looks good to me with a little rake...|
|Yesterday 07:34 PM|
Next I need to lower the rear a little.
|05-26-2015 07:37 PM|
|Too Many Projects||
Looks like an early Lokar.
I bought one similar in black for the '38 but haven't installed it.
|05-26-2015 07:23 PM|
I have no idea what brand it is.
Seems to be pretty good.
It's chrome steel.
I even pulled back the carpet a little
|05-26-2015 07:03 PM|
|Too Many Projects||
|05-26-2015 06:34 PM|
My 38 needed lots of work when I bought it.
(And it still does, but I have been chipping away at it)
But one of the things that kinda bothered me was that the oil and water gauges didn't work.
It kinda made me wonder why, I would sometimes think, "was somebody possibly hiding something"
So as part of the process of trying to chase down the problem with all the gauges, I decided to just start from scratch.
So i ordered new sending units for the oil and water.
Today I installed the new oil sending unit, and what do ya know, the gauge works now.
It popped right up to 60 psi when I started it.
That was a good feeling.
But now for the drum roll on what the oil pressure will be next time I drive it, and get it hood and warm.
|05-26-2015 05:21 AM|
Could come in handy for holding other things also, when you are done with the wheel.
|05-26-2015 05:12 AM|
I had to cut and reweld a new tab on the mounting bracket, to put it where I did.
The throttle pedal was in the car when I got it.
I will see if i have a better pic, I don't know what brand it is.
|05-26-2015 12:21 AM|
matt any chance of a better photo of your throttle pedal assembly.where did u purchase the rev counter .how cheap is cheap
|05-25-2015 07:33 PM|
Spent most of the day working on my sons nissan, but.....
I did get my new cheapie tach mounted.
Now I just need to run a few wires, and I will have RPMs
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