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  Topic: VDO temp gauge
Ed ke6bnl

Replies: 7
Views: 2291

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Tue, Jan 25 2011, 2:55 am   Subject: VDO temp gauge
What Rrumbler said sounds good to me. More than once I've used my heater as an emergency cooling system helper.

I did that also towing up Sherwin Grade to the Sierras only to discover later that t ...
  Topic: need economical fuel filter for my fuel injected motor
Ed ke6bnl

Replies: 9
Views: 3123

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Thu, Dec 30 2010, 10:30 am   Subject: need economical fuel filter for my fuel injected motor
I emailed this to my boy to let him know how helpful and knowledgable you fellows are, thanks Ed
  Topic: need economical fuel filter for my fuel injected motor
Ed ke6bnl

Replies: 9
Views: 3123

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Wed, Dec 29 2010, 2:26 pm   Subject: need economical fuel filter for my fuel injected motor
I used the after filter for a late model Mustang. It's frame mounted and 3/8" hose barb on both ends.

thanks for the info. I looked up a filter for a 2005 mustang and it looks like that will d ...
  Topic: need economical fuel filter for my fuel injected motor
Ed ke6bnl

Replies: 9
Views: 3123

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Wed, Dec 29 2010, 7:30 am   Subject: need economical fuel filter for my fuel injected motor
I put a 2.2 ecotec motor in my baja bug 2005 chevy cavalier. I need to install maybe a pre pump and after pump filter, any good choices that are not overly expensive thanks ED
was under the impressio ...
  Topic: Drill rod for baja bug cage????
Ed ke6bnl

Replies: 3
Views: 1164

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Sun, Oct 24 2010, 9:08 am   Subject: Drill rod for baja bug cage????
there are so many types of tubing...

just curious... is your baja still equipped with a VW front axle..??? that bolts on in 4 places to the front of the body...

if so... could you build someth ...
  Topic: Drill rod for baja bug cage????
Ed ke6bnl

Replies: 3
Views: 1164

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Sat, Oct 23 2010, 10:11 pm   Subject: Drill rod for baja bug cage????
This is the add I found and the price seems right if it will work for my not too serious baja bug I am building, I still want to extend the front end 8 in from it present location and the tunnel wil ...
  Topic: The end
Ed ke6bnl

Replies: 166
Views: 25030

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Tue, Aug 10 2010, 6:26 am   Subject: The end
I can simply say that if I needed a correct and useful answer to a automotive question this is the site I would go to thanks a lot ED
  Topic: Can't pass emmissions!
Ed ke6bnl

Replies: 11
Views: 1639

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Fri, Mar 05 2010, 3:14 am   Subject: Re: Can't pass emmissions!
Just before you take the vehicle in for the next emmissions test, make sure the engine is warmed up and add a Quart of Methyl Hydrate to the fuel tank. That helps most engines pass the tests.
Fred
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  Topic: Pertronix experts?
Ed ke6bnl

Replies: 18
Views: 4162

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Wed, Feb 24 2010, 3:12 am   Subject: Pertronix experts?
I have had 2 for 2 fail and am done with them. Ed
  Topic: replacement for zip ties
Ed ke6bnl

Replies: 18
Views: 5363

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Wed, Dec 16 2009, 7:27 am   Subject: replacement for zip ties
I just saw the selffuse tape at Wallyworld around 6 dollars a roll ED
  Topic: OT..Small Engine Repair...
Ed ke6bnl

Replies: 5
Views: 1236

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Sat, Dec 12 2009, 8:39 am   Subject: OT..Small Engine Repair...
I got one of them for a lawn motor and installed in on a 2 stroke aircooled tiny boat motor and worked fine. My question will it work on my new toy trail 70 Honda motorcyle. My son in law paid about ...
  Topic: Aluminum Radiators
Ed ke6bnl

Replies: 15
Views: 2619

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Wed, Nov 25 2009, 1:23 pm   Subject: Aluminum Radiators
I used Walker HD rads in a couple of my cars but still had some heating problems on hot days and in traffic. The rad I have in my coupe is one of those Griffon Aluminum rads. I think Griffon has gone ...
  Topic: Has anyone made there own turning plates
Ed ke6bnl

Replies: 7
Views: 2721

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Tue, Aug 11 2009, 5:46 pm   Subject: Has anyone made there own turning plates
I will give the newspapers a try unless a better idea comes around. And do have some homemade dollies
  Topic: Has anyone made there own turning plates
Ed ke6bnl

Replies: 7
Views: 2721

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Tue, Aug 11 2009, 4:13 pm   Subject: Has anyone made there own turning plates
Has anyone made there own simple turning plates to align your vehicle at home. I have the caster camber tool, but having the wheels turn freely would simplify the the procedure and maybe not have to ...
  Topic: Body Swap and Registration
Ed ke6bnl

Replies: 5
Views: 1033

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Mon, Aug 10 2009, 2:49 am   Subject: Body Swap and Registration
I am putting a 53 chevy one an 85 s10 frame. I have the 53 registered and it doesn't seem like it is any of there business what frame is under them. I will keep regestering as normal. Ed

Ps I have ...
  Topic: Any A/C experts
Ed ke6bnl

Replies: 21
Views: 2870

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Wed, Jul 01 2009, 2:32 am   Subject: Any A/C experts
those are low suction pressures and you most likely have a low pressure cut out switch and as you increase rpm the suction pressure drops more and is probably going off on the low pressure sw. sound l ...
  Topic: Best Electric Fans
Ed ke6bnl

Replies: 10
Views: 1623

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Wed, May 20 2009, 6:06 am   Subject: Best Electric Fans
I also have the dual spal fans and shroud with a griffin rad. in mhy 50 F1 and it is cooling great no problems

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v313/ke6bnl/Ford%2050%20F1/41cd.jpg
  Topic: Best Electric Fans
Ed ke6bnl

Replies: 10
Views: 1623

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Wed, May 20 2009, 2:39 am   Subject: Best Electric Fans
I had a zirgo and was coming home up our dirt road herd a lat of racket and all I have was a hub all the blades came off. was only a couple of months old. No replacement blades, they are said to be ba ...
  Topic: question on installing lower Mustang II control arms
Ed ke6bnl

Replies: 6
Views: 1451

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Mon, Mar 30 2009, 11:58 pm   Subject: question on installing lower Mustang II control arms
What he said.

you guys are the first place I go for the real answer, and I thank you all for the explanation. I do understand it now and was fortunate I did it correctly the first time without a re ...
  Topic: question on installing lower Mustang II control arms
Ed ke6bnl

Replies: 6
Views: 1451

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Mon, Mar 30 2009, 2:48 pm   Subject: question on installing lower Mustang II control arms
If they are working right, there will be no actual movement outside of the rubber distorting. That the reason to tighten at ride height. 65 to 70 ft lb if they are 1/2" bolts.


Are you saying ...
 
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