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07-10-2004 03:12 PM Great to have you here! sounds like a super set of rods - start a journal ot show them to us. Here are some Halibrand links that may be of help.
These guys are really knowledgeable and friendly. Contact them and pick their brains.

General info

This is the lube recommended by Speedway.
07-08-2004 04:03 AM
Kevin45 Welcome to the site and please post some pics of your collection.
07-07-2004 07:55 AM
bigbird Melissa,

Welcome. You have a fantastic collection. Post some pictures so we can see what you've got.

Try posting your question in the Transmission-Rear End section of the Board. I know you'll get some help there. Lots of knowledgeable people on this Board who love to share.

07-06-2004 03:45 PM
Halibrand Quick changes

Hi, I have just joined, I live in England with my husband Mark. we have a '49 Merc leadsled, a '30 Model A coupe, a '32 Truck, a '32 five window coupe and a '49 Chevy Fastback all of them are steel which with our weather isn't such a good idea!
My 5 window Coupe has an early V8 Halibrand quick change & i was wondering if any of you guys could help with some info?
Basically the different gears and which way round the cogs should go for street use, and the type of gear oil to use in them etc.
Because of the time difference it's now 11pm and time for bed but i'll check my mail tomorrow morning.
Thanks, Melissa

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