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About Raceandoval

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  • Birthday 01/17/1969

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    Porterville, CA
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    1949 Chrysler Windsor

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    44 yr old novice vintage enthusiast
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  1. The only reason I'm even thinking about this is because my carb does not have the items shown here: I haven't had any success finding this...
  2. I currently have a Carter 1 BBL Model E7L2 with a dashpot off a 1949 Chrysler Windsor with a flathead 6 250cu. Will there be any problems swapping to a Carter 1BBL without a dashpot?
  3. DCurrent I received this same message too... Didn't seem right to me either.
  4. I didn't have pics of the rear drum, but similar. I was just posting what worked for me, not encouraging a full on assault. A few calculated blows should do the trick.
  5. Yes, it's called RustSeal. It comes in quite a few different colors. Visit www.kbs-coatings.com . They have complete kits too
  6. Chris embrace your frustration and focus that energy into a small 5 lb sledge hammer and strike the hub on the outer edge outwards as you rotate a quarter turn at a time. Be persistent and don't sit in front of it cuz it WILL be like a magnet to your toes. You'll go from this.... To this...
  7. No I used a flat black on the frame and gloss black on the diff... The amazing part is that I used a paintbrush to apply the KBS Coating. I don't sell this stuff but I highly recommend it! I almost wish I was a distributor. Lol!
  8. Well finally back at it...
  9. Is it possible to tell if you're in the #1 firing position with the distributor removed? I'm working on a flathead 6 out of a 1949 Chrysler Windsor 250 cu. with head removed. Trying to pull the oil pump.
  10. I think I may be able to buff it out... Lol! Started as a clean up and get her on the road then my OCD kicked in.
  11. After KBS Coating
  12. All prepped and ready for KBS Chassis Coating
  13. Any help on what these may have come off? I know they're Nash rims but what year range?
  14. Here is a link to a PDF catalog for Restoration Specialties. It's a moderately sized catalog so give it a minute to load. You may find what you're looking for here. Lots of rubber parts with detailed specs and more. Hope it helps. http://www.restorationspecialties.com/131525_2013_catalog.pdf
  15. A little update on the Windsor Project: And ready for clean up...