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5 days ago
mood
More specifically, '64-'65 shift forks are ductile cast iron, not some weak brittle iron.
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18 days ago
mood
Some more pics
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18 days ago
mood
I've also been soaking and flushing my folded fin for the past several months. I had some old "Brush cleaner" solvent which was great for dissolving the dirt. That old brush cleaner had methylene chloride (paint stripper) along with the ingredients in currently available brush cleaner solvent (methanol, toluene, acetone, xylene). Apparently it's made less poisonous now and als
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2 months ago
mood
Id like to add that the '62-'63 shift forks appear to be forged steel whereas the '64-'65 ones are cast iron. Too bad they don't have the anti-rotation tabs.
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8 years ago
mood
I had a similar problem in my bug back in '92. The difference was that it would still idle after it would lose power as if running out of gas when driven on the highway for 20 min. I tried a different fuel pump, distributor, rerouted the fuel line away from the exhaust, tried a remote fuel tank. No luck. I had just installed a 'fresh' stock 1600 engine using the same VW bus dual 34
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