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And it depends on the fitting and the type of material the line is. Stainless steel for example, cannot be double flared. And requires a different...
Most modern cars are using Bubble Flares.
Not the numbers needed. Look at the drivers side pan rail,, just about it will be a flat machined spot with numbers, May have to take a wire wheel...
I can’t Make out the numbers
That’s why I said trans year. We’re at the point in this hobby where the odds of the trans being original to the car, is rare.
For what it’s worth, the ONLY place I’ve found that has consistently carried the correct filters by trans and year, believe or not, is Rock Auto....
Yes but in this case, it’s actually by design. It’s what keeps the stainless cables from binding inside that bundle. And depending on what year he...
Not really. The cable is long enough when combined with the housing, to hold a pint. Now if we’re talking quarts, different story
Yes. Transfluid actually passes thru the cable
variable stroke and compression Connecting rod
Sounds like an exciting time! Enjoy it!
No no no.this one has a young Fran Dreschler, young Michelle Phifer, young Tony Danza, and legendary custom car builder Tony Nancy before he...
And now… for one of my favorite car guy movies, the Hollywood Knights
Kegan B got that thing running and driving for the guy. Solid runner.
Took my minions to a car show. I will say this, there for a while Tri-5 Chevys were growing in me. But after seeing them in person and walking...
For that year
That tough but that’s also what that’s for, prayers for better times. Nothing to be ashamed of at all. Not even for a second
Who said they’d know about it haha. And two, it wouldn’t be for distribution.
I just need November to hurry up. 245 acres of corn will make plenty of gas for me haha
Sure could use a mean tweet right about now :lol:
Yep. Been asking them for years. If they could offer an RB under 10-15 grand, they’d sell like hot cakes.
Blue prints engines are very fairly priced. Just enough to make finding an engine shop and going thru all that drama not so appealing. Cost isn’t...
Yes, it’s in the rear floorboard
Good point. Hmmm hmmm. I guess I could do what I’ve been doing, wheel the cars out to work on it as needed. But hopefully the dart won’t need much...