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  1. 1 point
    Alright, as some of you may recall my gas tank was having issues about six months ago with the protetive coating coming apart inside the tank. Anyway, due to a long, hot summer and other expenses that had to come first, I finally went ahead and ordered the aftermarket fuel tank from Tank Inc. a couple weeks ago through Ebay and it finally arrived today. Took it out of the box and inspected it to make sure everything was there, which it looks like it is. I'm planning to have a buddy come over and install it this weekend. The only problem I see is that there is a small hole at the top of the tank that seems to be where a brass elbow fitting goes for some kind of gas pressure release? Since the original tank didn't have this, and it mounted flush to the botton side of the trunk, I see this somehow getting in the way of a flush mount. Also, the mounting straps seemed to formed on one side and not the other. Do the straps need to be bent to fit on the unformed side? I don't know...just taking a guess here. Anyway, who else has picked one of these up and has, or is presently mounting one up in their car now? Since there were no installation instructions that came with it, it kind of seems like a trail and error type of situation, but I'm not really up for making errors since it's important that the installation is done right. Any advice on tips on installation? Thanks!
  2. 1 point
    Don Coatney

    Clutch adjustment help Please

    Actually that rod should be the last adjustment. Remove the fork rod, set it aside, and adjust the overcenter spring. Once the overcenter spring is adjusted then reinstall the rod and adjust the pedal free play.
  3. 1 point
    Robert Horne

    Old car (ot)

    Nice Bob, That would be a good photo to print and hang on the garage wall....
  4. 1 point
    I'm running the 3 wire GM as well. Easy to hook up and charges good. If I need one while out on the road it is pretty easy to find one.


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