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  Topic: Finished my seat last weekend...
48builder

Replies: 15
Views: 1708

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Fri, May 16 2014, 1:18 pm   Subject: Finished my seat last weekend...
Beautiful job! I've done a number of seats and not sure if I do that nice of a job.
  Topic: Bad sending unit?
48builder

Replies: 6
Views: 922

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Fri, May 09 2014, 9:49 am   Subject: Problem solved.
As it turns out, I had a comedy of errors in my temp gauge. I first discovered that my ground wire from the block to the body was loose where it mounted to the body. I took it off and cleaned it and t ...
  Topic: Bad sending unit?
48builder

Replies: 6
Views: 922

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Thu, May 08 2014, 2:52 pm   Subject: Bad sending unit?
Thanks, Wayne. I'll do this test.
  Topic: Bad sending unit?
48builder

Replies: 6
Views: 922

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Thu, May 08 2014, 2:51 pm   Subject: Bad sending unit?
Just checking but you are running the fan and the gauge off two different senders correct?
Does the gauge go off if you disconnect the sender?
If so I would agree with you and try a new sender.

Y ...
  Topic: The Gold Mine 1964 Chevrolet
48builder

Replies: 21
Views: 4385

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Sat, May 03 2014, 4:21 pm   Subject: The Gold Mine 1964 Chevrolet
What a great story! Shows that there are still men of honor in the world. Your brother is a fine man, for sure.
  Topic: Bad sending unit?
48builder

Replies: 6
Views: 922

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Sat, May 03 2014, 2:29 pm   Subject: Bad sending unit?
So I think I have my cooling problem solved. I bought a Cooling Components shroud and fan along with their 2-speed relay. I took my Walker radiator to a local shop and had it flushed and they repaired ...
  Topic: Long time, no see. Would like some radiator suggestions
48builder

Replies: 13
Views: 3413

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Sat, Apr 05 2014, 11:02 am   Subject: Long time, no see. Would like some radiator suggestions
Based on what you guys have suggested, I think I'm going to pull the Walker unit out and take it to my local radiator shop and have it cleaned and repaired. I'm going to look around for a electric fan ...
  Topic: Long time, no see. Would like some radiator suggestions
48builder

Replies: 13
Views: 3413

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Sat, Mar 29 2014, 4:36 pm   Subject: Long time, no see. Would like some radiator suggestions
Your distributor has a vacuum advance, correct? How hot is "hot"?

When you say it only heats up when ambient temp is above 80, does that mean at all speeds or in stop and go?.

Yes, va ...
  Topic: Long time, no see. Would like some radiator suggestions
48builder

Replies: 13
Views: 3413

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Sat, Mar 29 2014, 8:46 am   Subject: Long time, no see. Would like some radiator suggestions

What are the symptoms other than the outside temperature? Low speeds, high speeds, stopped in traffic, ect.

Yeah, I've looked at the timing and advance, never have heard about timing chain being ...
  Topic: Long time, no see. Would like some radiator suggestions
48builder

Replies: 13
Views: 3413

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Fri, Mar 28 2014, 12:45 pm   Subject: Thanks!
Just got off the phone with C, G and J. They have what I need at what seems to be a great price. They quoted me 395 for radiator, 75 for oil cooler, 125 for 16" fan and 125 for shroud. So for 730 ...
  Topic: Long time, no see. Would like some radiator suggestions
48builder

Replies: 13
Views: 3413

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Fri, Mar 28 2014, 8:26 am   Subject: Long time, no see. Would like some radiator suggestions
Hi Everyone,

Been a few years since I've posted. Old-timers may remember the 48 Chevy custom street rod I've been building for 17 years now. Hope to get started back on it this year. Work keep gett ...
  Topic: Taurus SHO opinions, please
48builder

Replies: 7
Views: 1348

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Sat, Oct 16 2010, 8:35 am   Subject: Taurus SHO opinions, please
You guys aren't making me feel good about this engine choice. I had thought about using something a little different, even something loike a V6 with a blower. Maybe a Northstar, or ???
  Topic: Garage floor paint
48builder

Replies: 20
Views: 8333

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Sat, Oct 16 2010, 8:33 am   Subject: Garage floor paint
What Jim said X2.

I absolutely love my deep red floor. Once I get it cured properly it will be even better.
  Topic: Taurus SHO opinions, please
48builder

Replies: 7
Views: 1348

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Sun, Oct 10 2010, 7:42 pm   Subject: Taurus SHO opinions, please
V8 or V6 version?

Which is better? As I recall, the V6 is the earlier version? I don't know when the V8 came out.
  Topic: Taurus SHO opinions, please
48builder

Replies: 7
Views: 1348

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Sun, Oct 10 2010, 6:08 pm   Subject: Taurus SHO opinions, please
OK, so oldtimers here know I have been working on my 48 Chevy for many, many years. I should finish it before getting involved in something else. When the 48 is finished, I want to re-do my '39 Chevy ...
  Topic: Garage floor paint
48builder

Replies: 20
Views: 8333

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Wed, Sep 22 2010, 12:02 pm   Subject: Update on my floor painting
I ended up buying a kit from Durall. Their Dura Seal 400 product is what they recommended. I used their degreaser and etcher, scrubbing with a floor buffer and pads I got from them. I chose the deep r ...
  Topic: What are you doing today?
48builder

Replies: 5000
Views: 795323

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Fri, Aug 20 2010, 3:41 am   Subject: Painting my garage floor!
I ended up buying a complete kit from Durall. I am using their Dura Seal 400 product. They talked me out of the Durapoxy, said it was overkill for a home garage. It was half the price so I said OK. It ...
  Topic: Daily driver = how high or low tech would you go?
48builder

Replies: 24
Views: 4552

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Sat, Aug 07 2010, 7:35 pm   Subject: Daily driver = how high or low tech would you go?
2 years ago I was working on Long Island and headed out to lunch with one of the guys on the project. He apologized for the car and said his wife would kill him if she knew he was taking people in it. ...
  Topic: Garage floor paint
48builder

Replies: 20
Views: 8333

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Sat, Aug 07 2010, 7:26 pm   Subject: Garage floor paint
Thanks for all the info, guys. The guy at the local PPG supplier said my floor should feel like 80-grit before I paint it for proper adhesion. Doesn't sound like any of you have had a problem in that ...
  Topic: The end
48builder

Replies: 166
Views: 25030

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Fri, Aug 06 2010, 5:25 pm   Subject: Ahhhhhhhhhhh!
Just saw this thread. Gosh I sure hope this site doesn't shut down. I am just getting ready to get back into my car project. I'm busy at work tryingh to hold onto my job for another two years while th ...
 
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