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Clod    Posted 08-02-2004 at 10:24:24       [Reply]  [No Email]
Have to stick a PC together.


George in TX    Posted 08-02-2004 at 14:00:48       [Reply]  [No Email]
Waaaay down below you were asking about a gas jet for a propane torch. Years ago I built one very similar to what you're building and it works great. I used 1/4" pipe as it was available at the time. I screwed a collar on the end and then screwed the gas jet into the collar.

Make the jet by getting a 1/4"NPT grease zert, grind off the back of the threaded end, and take out the spring and steel ball. Just screw it into the pipe collar, weld the "flame hood" onto the pipe, and you're all set.


toolman    Posted 08-02-2004 at 13:36:08       [Reply]  [No Email]
hey clod you best put that on hold and fix kraig,s tranny, after all i fixed mels jeep now its your turn, trannys ain,t hard.lol


Clod    Posted 08-02-2004 at 16:11:03       [Reply]  [No Email]
Hey thanks George TX. That is exactly what I have plenty of. Toolman,,Did you see where Steve 12345 has everything done by the dealer or garage? When the guy gets the tranny fixed let him post the bill here,You used to could overhaul your own transmisions . But these may be computer controlled..FUN!!


toolman    Posted 08-02-2004 at 16:17:21       [Reply]  [No Email]
if their computer controled then their electronic controled , bob ont, put my truck on a scan tool checked everything ,they aren,t all that hard to fix these newer cars and trucks, just got too used to the old ones , i sure have been learning alot about them lately, just gotta go for it like the old days and don,t be afaird of them, with a few tools and a mulitmeter you can check out lots of things on them.


Clod    Posted 08-02-2004 at 17:20:06       [Reply]  [No Email]

I built one like this,I built it to be easy to work on,Simple and inexpensive parts. You have full control if you build your own car.Mine started out as a Triumph TR 4 A.


toolman    Posted 08-02-2004 at 17:32:32       [Reply]  [No Email]
now thats my kinda car, very cool.yup parts are expensive nowadays, i liked them when they were simpler .


Clod    Posted 08-02-2004 at 17:46:25       [Reply]  [No Email]
Small block Chevys. Just FYI. Go get the price of a 1974 Chevy pickup altenator.Then ask the price of a new foreign type car.Like a Honda.Try the same with the starter. A 64 chevy fuel pump. A head for a 65 Chevy. Try putting those on the new Honda compared to doing the same to that T bucket.


toolman    Posted 08-02-2004 at 17:50:53       [Reply]  [No Email]
yup i know, i still rebuild the older alternators and starters , i keep all the old parts i get my hands on especially if the are chevy.


Clod    Posted 08-02-2004 at 17:57:50       [Reply]  [No Email]
chevy interchangability.you can fit up a lot of parts to get you a running vehicle.


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