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7 days ago
red64vair
A dry pilot bushing can cause the end of the pilot shaft to break.
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13 days ago
red64vair
A friend lost ignition keys to his 63 and can't remove the switch. How is the switch removed without a key?
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4 weeks ago
red64vair
Hope all goes well Buster.
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5 weeks ago
red64vair
I have seen all the cars several times and the Tucker probably will bring the most and the 64 Corvair convertible will sell for the least. I'm not being critical of the Corvair it's just that the Corvair is unrestored and all other cars are more desirable collector cars.
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5 weeks ago
red64vair
cokertire.com
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5 weeks ago
red64vair
"Faster than Blaylock's bull." I am a Blaylock but I don't know how that phrase come about.
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2 months ago
red64vair
I installed a Sanden 5 cylinder in my 66 with condenser in trunk with two 9”fans. The compressor had bad growl. I replaced it with a 7 cylinder which does not growl.
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2 months ago
red64vair
When I bought my 66 turbo it had been modified with 110 heads and maybe other modifications that I don't know about. It performs great with good power at low speed and excellent acceleration at highway speeds. Having never driven a stock turbo I can't make any comparison but I certainly am satisfied with the way it is set up.
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2 months ago
red64vair
I jacked the front up and spun the wheels both are very smooth and quiet. I jacked rear wheels one at a time and and spun them. The left has a very slight roughness sound that could be a Differential side bearing. Nothing unusual with the right side.
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2 months ago
red64vair
Steve Could be front bearing but I doubt it because I just repacked them before my last trip. The bearings looked good at that time but could still be the problem. I will check them again.
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2 months ago
red64vair
Fluid level is good. No power level or any other condition changes the noise. Just a steady low growl as long as the wheels are rolling.
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2 months ago
red64vair
On a recent 900 mile trip in my 64 I developed a low growl in the rear. I thought it was a rear wheel bearing so I installed new on both sides. Nothing changed so it must be in the transmission or differential. Coasting with engine off clutch depressed in neutral or in gear did not change the sound.
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2 months ago
red64vair
can you determine what a location?
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2 months ago
red64vair
Your belt guard looks really close to the tensioner pulley.
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2 months ago
red64vair
No problem with first gear.
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2 months ago
red64vair
I have not tried other lubricants. Shifting is not stiff but feels more like an obstruction. The extra force required results in a release allowing it to engage. The last time I had the transmission out I clamped vicegrips on the shift rod, rotated and pushed and pulled into all gears with no difficulty. I think the problem is only when the gears are rotating.
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2 months ago
red64vair
The problem is normal shifting not downshifting.
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2 months ago
red64vair
What is the most likely cause of this? My 64 four speed has resistance to shifting into second gear. No clashing, just takes extra force to slide into gear. Using GL-4 80/90 gear oil, new shifter coupler, coupler to shaft pin fits good, detent ball and spring is good. A few years ago I disassembled the transmission but saw nothing to cause this. This winter I would like to get this fixed. I'm thi
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4 months ago
red64vair
Clarks rockers with stock springs, 20,000 miles with no problems.
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4 months ago
red64vair
My clutch cable broke at the first pulley
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4 months ago
red64vair
The clutch cable on my 64 broke today just as I was about to leave tire store parking lot. About 5000 miles since new one was installed. This is the second one that lived a short life. I am thankful it broke before I got into traffic. I trailered it home but have not checked at what point it broke.
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4 months ago
red64vair
Just love to see and hear old engines come to life. I think the 28 Buick had been started before the video because it started too easy and had no smoke.
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5 months ago
red64vair
Who was this on I-75 near Chattanooga this morning? A friend traveling I-75 around 10:30 AM took the photos.
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5 months ago
red64vair
Just never clicked on automatic bids before. So, the highest automatic bidder's bid is the only bid shown until his limit is reached.
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5 months ago
red64vair
Looks great Buster.
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6 months ago
red64vair
I did the system Steve Goodman referred to. That system required the deeper aluminum valve covers to clear the tube. I have since made a drip system that uses the stock valve covers. A copper tube is soldered along the top of the cover spaced 5/8" from the gasket surface. The holes are directly over the rockers and wrapped with fine copper wire to produce a drip instead of a stream. I ran flexibl
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