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3 months ago
vairchet
Back to the subject: This is how I see the "hobby":
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8 months ago
vairchet
Interesting data.
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8 months ago
vairchet
What's missing?
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1 year ago
vairchet
Extra bling for your ride: Wide version:
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1 year ago
vairchet
This could be of interest: When perusing engine section of their site, it does cater to Corvairs. Use plastic adapter to when using their single style air cleaner assemblies.
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1 year ago
vairchet
This could be of some interest:
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1 year ago
vairchet
Once threaded ball joints have been used, pressed-in variety will fit rather loose. In other words, replacement lower control arms may be required. As I've mentioned before, how often is it necessary to rebuild a front end? Originals have lasted 50 to 60 years, will you be around another 40, maybe 50 years?
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1 year ago
vairchet
Older link: Another old link:
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1 year ago
vairchet
acardon, No electronic ignition, no fancy high dollar coil, just the original components that came with the truck, including switch and 57 bulb in dash. Everything is OEM. If you're referring to ignition resistor wire, that was by-passed due to excessive high resistance (corrosion). Instead, what took it's place is an external ballast resistor. Unless there's resistors wired
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1 year ago
vairchet
Have no problems using these: For late models: ....More: For early models: Currently using a Delco 10si alternator in Vairdeb's Rampside. No diode, no altered wiring (except at alternator), no resistors, just the correct bulb in dash. Seems to work okay. No charging issues or electrical feedback.
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1 year ago
vairchet
This is how I see Corvairs in 25 years (auto collection in general):
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1 year ago
vairchet
This is what I use:
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1 year ago
vairchet
There is this:
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1 year ago
vairchet
I like this best:
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1 year ago
vairchet
Been around when Dick Kaneshiro was grand PooBa.
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1 year ago
vairchet
It's quite possible roll pin sheared on shift fork.
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1 year ago
vairchet
As Paul Harvey would say: "Now you know the rest of the story."
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1 year ago
vairchet
This could be compelling:
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1 year ago
vairchet
Not for sale at any price:
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1 year ago
vairchet
Other half of Franz oil filter system:
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1 year ago
vairchet
Look here: ....And here: Search is your friend.
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1 year ago
vairchet
This should complete anyone's collection:
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1 year ago
vairchet
This is what I've discovered:
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1 year ago
vairchet
Yup, same here:
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1 year ago
vairchet
Yes, it will work ....as a temporary solution. Generator fan may require a spacer to eliminate the possibility of interfering with alternator housing. Belt alignment will be off approximately 1/8", not much to be concerned unless you plan on running engine at high rpm. As for cooling, this could be an important factor if you decide to use alternator to it's full capacity.
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1 year ago
vairchet
Appear correct to me (parts manual does show early casting numbers as '64-'69, still correct when compared to Junkyard Primer):
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1 year ago
vairchet
Aside of a right side '64 control arm, there's a perfect view of a '64 differential passenger car housing. Rear shocks appear to be KYBs.
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