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This is what I did on one of my "A" body cars because headers can be a pain in the a$$ on a street car. 2" just enough to get past the steering...
What are you putting it in?
Dodge Plymouth Tuff Steering Wheel Adapter 3467186 New MoPar | eBay
I have used this one from Dales Cuda Shop before. Nice fit.
1970-76 Mopar A & B-Body Tuff Wheel/ Rim Blow Hub Adapter
Do you know if the crankshaft is forged or cast?
I really want to hit the like button on post #12 but I feel like a dirty old man :lol:
You could use a nut insert like this.... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00NUFMIIO/?tag=fabo03-20
So the one you show in your hand has holes and wood attached? Or is it a decal?
I do not know about that. Mine came with the sticker type. I'm sure there were different setups over the years.
??? Well that is how mine came and has always been. I bought the vehicle off of the original owner.
Yes my 72 Scamp has it from the factory. There are no holes because it's just an overlay "decal" like this... DMT Mopar 70-72 A Body Non Rallye...
Is this still for sale?
LOL.... I'm in Ohio you should buy the whole car! Something like that around here was dust 30 years ago. So in my book, hell yea if you need it...
Factory 340 grind or one very close to it
I got a bore scope from Amazon for $25 bucks for my cell phone. It works great.
Put it in and run it. Looks good. I have seen those copper colored rods before, nothing wrong with them. The paint on the camshaft is because its...
LOL, Garrett Olds Cadillac Inc.
Well, maybe but at least when you take the key out it will shut up :-)
Brian6pac did you work at the one in Kent, Oh? The one by the A&W? If so I think I know you. I worked at Klaben next door. I bought some "E"...
I had to do that in a minivan. Chrysler came up with a great idea that if they got rid of the connectors there would be no more wiring problems....
Try working on the new shit. It is insane!!
So you traded your girlfriend for a Swinger? Good deal if you ask me!! :lol:
That is for sure one place I would not cheap out. Never had a problem with a Felpro so I wouldn't take the chance. But with that said I have never...
I bet it takes more power to carry the extra weight around than to just spin that little pulley.
I just put a set on one my cars. I picked them up from him, he lives right down the road from me. He told me to put them on dry, just some sealant...
I just watched that last week. Cool old stuff for sure. Look at how many fans were in the stands. Awesome!
I'm an old Chrysler piece, not very interesting though! :lol:
My 318 Scamp with A/C has a Federal pump has a solid pulley and no bolt. I bought this car off the original owner 20 plus years ago. I know...
Wow those are thick ones but I'll give them a shot. Thanks!