The Smitty configuration looks best to me.
Good luck with the engine bearings.
Good info (y)
Thanks for posting it.
There is some good information about residual valves here.
Front Disc Brake Tutorial
Good job! :bananatool:
Happy Birthday and congratulations on the maiden voyage!
Get a fire extinguisher on hand " just in case " it would be needed.
Hopefully the oil pump was packed with petroleum jelly so a quick prime up...
I have no direct experience with this but I've read in other posts that the upper bolt hole needed to reamed out some, perhaps if that was not...
Very nice work and documentation.:bow:
Nice work. It's looking real good.
Bummer about the crud causing all the issues but you get an A+ for being resourceful using the rubber muff to blow out the tank & line.
You have a T14 or T 15?
Here is what I used with the 225 V6 and T14 combination.
The bearing supplied with the kit.
I used a...
They look nice, it would be good to ask what the date code is.
Here is an interesting tire fitment chart produced by JP magazine some time ago.
Here are the instructions I followed.
"Sprays: Dries to touch in 30 minutes and to handle in 1-2 hours. Allow paint to dry for 1 hour before...
Yeah... I should have mentioned that my 70 is a late production 1969 titled as a 70, it had the hood reflectors, narrow front springs, 10" brakes,...
I don't believe that the drum needs to be indexed in any particular position. I've had several vehicles in the past that had the balance weights...
I paint them.
The drums get Rust-Oleum Black BBQ and the backing plates, hubs, etc get Rust-Oleum black semi-gloss.
I like the clean look of...
Very nice, looks like you did well.
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