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    1950 dodge pilot house
    1969 Plymouth valiant


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  1. If you put mustang wheels on do you have to swap from bolts to studs?
  2. What about a Jeep Wrangler or Cherokee frame? Would that work to make a 4x4?
  3. Ok that’s what I’ll do. What size drill bit did you use?
  4. Thanks! I’ll give that a try. It’s mustang gt wheels so ford studs should work
  5. Would regular bolts from the back of the drum work?
  6. I bought a set of wheels for my 50 truck. I originally had the factory steel wheels with the bolts instead of studs. How do you swap from bolts to studs since the hole is threaded?
  7. Trying to pull the engine on a 1950 dodge truck. Found the two front mounts. Where are the other mounts to pull the engine?
  8. I’ve already ordered a dual carb intake. No it won’t ever run with a v8 but it will still look cool with the hot rod parts Lol
  9. My truck runs good. Just wanting to put a few upgrades to make it look and sound better
  10. I was looking into getting my cam reground and possibly shaving the head on my 218. Little more compression and better sound. Would I have to change anything else in the motor if I did this? Lifters, valves, anything? Still learning as I go
  11. Yea I heard that too. Reading a lot about the manifold has to be heated to run duals? Anyone have experience with that?
  12. Thinking of doing a carburetor swap. Looking at 2 barrel adapters. I think that would give me enough power but the two 1 barrels look better.
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