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Saltrock

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About Saltrock

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  • Gender
    Male
  • My Project Cars
    1952 Dodge Truck

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  • Biography
    Looking to learn about dodges. Love being on the open road.
  • Occupation
    Roller Op

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  • Location
    Tahoe
  • Interests
    Poker Hiking
  1. '55 Dodge Pilothouse project

    Keeping an eye on this thread. Where are the pics?
  2. 1952 Dodge B3B

    Going to drop my pan probably tomorrow. Anyone got any pointers on dropping the pan? I was thinking taking all bolts off, accept maybe keep 4 bolts on each corner and taking it off from there. Is the pan super heavy? Thanks for any advice
  3. 1952 Dodge B3B

    Glad you got yours up and running again. I am going to do my best not to lose a part again lol. There is this guy out of Eldon Missouri called the carburetor shop. He said he has a few laying around. I will have one very soon. Thanks to some fine folks on this site. Thanks for the info
  4. Fantasy to Reality

    Good luck pal. That red dodge is perfect wouldn't touch the exterior. Get those girls back on the road. I'll be watching
  5. 1952 Dodge B3B

    Anyone like to gold pan?
  6. Hope you all are having a blast! Maybe I will be lucky enough to join you next year! Cheers!
  7. 1952 Dodge B3B

    Getting there : )
  8. 1952 Dodge B3B

    Today I will attempt rebuuilding my carburetor. I have the kit. Redid the interior. Looks brand new. One step at a time.
  9. 1952 Dodge B3B

    Hello Gents, Happy Saturday. I have a spark plug question. Are the spark plugs I need, resistor or non resistor? Thanks so much!
  10. 1952 Dodge B3B

    Here is the tailgate. I love the blue chips sign. : )
  11. 1952 Dodge B3B

    Hello Gents, Today I dropped my carburetor for the interior to be stripped and dipped. I also drained the oil. It was very dark, murky and a lot of sludge. I plan on dropping the pan and cleaning it before I try to start it. I also took the oil filter off and no filter was inside and it was filled with 3 inches of sludge on the bottom of the container. I cleaned the interior out with brake cleaner. I want to look at the valves from the side compartment so I can clean and see valves that are stuck. Can I turn over the engine with the valves exposed? Do I need oil in the engine just to perform compression? Thanks!
  12. 1952 Dodge B3B

    I think I have a gentleman who has extra carb parts laying around. So thankful!
  13. Fun is about to start - new wiring arrived

    Does the clear coat give a glossy look? I like a flatter look, but still want to preserve my art work on my truck.
  14. 1952 Dodge B3B

    So I found a gentleman out of Missouri that has the piece I'm looking for. He is making me buy a kit for $66 and the brass piece for $95. I feel a bit relieved that I can get the part. However, paying $100 for one brass piece kind of sucks.
  15. 1952 Dodge B3B

    Thank you for replying. I talked to a local carburetor fellow. He said if I can't find the part, he could make something work. I just can't believe I lost it. So annoying. One of those screws broke off I do have three, but it would be nice to bore that broken one out and replace it. Is it really the end of the world if I just use one screw to fasten it? Lol! I feel the same way about losing this part. I'm sure I will find it eventually. Thanks again for your help
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