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  Topic: steering wheel shake w/M II
Pep

Replies: 31
Views: 6044

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Sat, May 23 2009, 3:11 am   Subject: steering wheel shake w/M II
I think you might have missed what I am on about so I pinched this pic off another site. Look at the upper and inner pivot line between the control arms. See how it intersects the pivot point on the ...
  Topic: steering wheel shake w/M II
Pep

Replies: 31
Views: 6044

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Fri, May 22 2009, 9:03 am   Subject: steering wheel shake w/M II
Sounds like bump steer to me..Can you check the rack pivot point against the intersection line of the upper and lower wish bone pivot points. It would be visibly noticable if it is way out.
  Topic: Ford small block in a 40
Pep

Replies: 6
Views: 1290

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Thu, Mar 19 2009, 5:59 pm   Subject: Ford small block in a 40
There is more than one way to get a Ford in a Ford. I managed to get a Cleveland into my 37 without cutting the firewall. The way I did it was not with a shorter water pump, it was a modified radiator ...
  Topic: Some peices of history on my 37 roadster
Pep

Replies: 5
Views: 1250

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Sun, Jan 11 2009, 5:45 pm   Subject: Some peices of history on my 37 roadster
Might have had something to with it Frank....as well as the rust and the supercharged Chevy twisting it in all directions Wink Smile The only evidence I found was the left hand inner guard had a few w ...
  Topic: Some peices of history on my 37 roadster
Pep

Replies: 5
Views: 1250

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Sat, Jan 10 2009, 8:10 pm   Subject: Some peices of history on my 37 roadster
I have been gathering some history on my 37 roadster. Recently, I met the guy who owned it 40 years ago, so now I have created an exclusive page just for this. I know some guys here know a bit about i ...
  Topic: New here (Another Australian)
Pep

Replies: 25
Views: 2832

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Wed, Jan 07 2009, 6:12 am   Subject: New here (Another Australian)
And no self respecting Aussie bloke would be seen dead drinking Fosters! Shocked

And which brand of dingo whizz would you recommend... Question Wink

Yeah..Carps is right....no one here drinks Fost ...
  Topic: Holly Question
Pep

Replies: 8
Views: 1536

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Thu, Sep 18 2008, 12:54 am   Subject: Holly Question
Not quite sure we are talking about the same thing. The vent tube comes up into the air horn. The tube the rest seem to be talking about is the fuel tube that goes between the two float chambers. Ther ...
  Topic: Transmission cooling
Pep

Replies: 8
Views: 1588

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Mon, Aug 25 2008, 12:29 am   Subject: Transmission cooling
If its running cool in all conditions, then running it through the radiator would be OK IMHO. ..The problem arises if you tow a lot. Most recommend to run an external cooler to aid the cooling in that ...
  Topic: 8.8 ford drum brakes
Pep

Replies: 20
Views: 3942

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Sun, May 25 2008, 11:40 pm   Subject: 8.8 ford drum brakes
pep the brake linings are on backward on that removed set up......


look at the length of the linings on the shoes...

the parking brake lever is on the right along with the primary shoe....

...
  Topic: 8.8 ford drum brakes
Pep

Replies: 20
Views: 3942

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Fri, May 23 2008, 12:27 am   Subject: 8.8 ford drum brakes
Herss a pic I took of mine before I took it apart. It is a 9" but is the same as the 8.8 I had laying around.

;http://www.pepsgarage.com/DSCF0747.JPG
  Topic: Baby steps
Pep

Replies: 23
Views: 3316

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Tue, May 13 2008, 12:40 am   Subject: Baby steps
Some times a day at the dyno will save weeks of frustration....
  Topic: Mustang II strut rods
Pep

Replies: 14
Views: 3457

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Tue, May 06 2008, 9:51 pm   Subject: Mustang II strut rods
We use a similar f/e over here in Oz...L300. The strut rod set up looks identical...I wouldn't be surprised if they even had the same bolt spacing on the control arm....Would be interesting to measure ...
  Topic: Cooling Problems...Battery related?
Pep

Replies: 12
Views: 1803

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Tue, Apr 29 2008, 12:06 am   Subject: Cooling Problems...Battery related?
Two issues, but not related...

First...the battery charger should not blow up the battery. It should be regulated.

Secondly, at low idle, the alternator will stop charging, but as long as it cl ...
  Topic: Ha Ha boy i mucked this up !!!!
Pep

Replies: 39
Views: 4363

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Wed, Mar 19 2008, 7:34 pm   Subject: Ha Ha boy i mucked this up !!!!
Geez...my dizzy clears the firewall by miles..oh...wait...but its a Ford Laughing Laughing Laughing ...Yeah you Chevy guys deserve some problems...we have sump clearance issues instead Wink
  Topic: Interesting Experience
Pep

Replies: 4
Views: 1076

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Sun, Mar 16 2008, 11:42 pm   Subject: Interesting Experience
Yeah Frank...strange thing about the accent...Not one "G'Day Mate" either. Laughing ..I'm a bit of a stutterer, but I think I bluffed my way through it OK.

The 37 has also been featured in ...
  Topic: Interesting Experience
Pep

Replies: 4
Views: 1076

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Sun, Mar 16 2008, 9:37 pm   Subject: Interesting Experience
Will this appear?


I posted this on the Aussie site, but thought it would be interesting for you guys as well..Frank will notice something interesing as well that I said I would do a while ago... ...
  Topic: Helmet Law ?
Pep

Replies: 39
Views: 5466

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Wed, Feb 27 2008, 7:46 pm   Subject: Helmet Law ?
I'll never undestand why it takes a law to make some people wear a helmet, but maybe Darwins law will prevail Laughing

maybe not, ever see a t bucket uhh, t-boned?

gonna make THOSE guys wear a he ...
  Topic: Helmet Law ?
Pep

Replies: 39
Views: 5466

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Tue, Feb 19 2008, 10:25 pm   Subject: Helmet Law ?
I'll never undestand why it takes a law to make some people wear a helmet, but maybe Darwins law will prevail Laughing

maybe not, ever see a t bucket uhh, t-boned?

gonna make THOSE guys wear a he ...
  Topic: its ccccold
Pep

Replies: 41
Views: 3969

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Tue, Feb 05 2008, 9:06 pm   Subject: its ccccold
I think we should blame that Mexican b------d mate...ElNinio. He has now caused flooding around where I live. Yesterday the river broke its banks and traffic was chaotic. Haven't seen that much rain s ...
  Topic: Electric fan control switch
Pep

Replies: 30
Views: 4079

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Tue, Feb 05 2008, 4:27 pm   Subject: Electric fan control switch
The funny thing is when I park after a drive, and I sometimes turn the ignition to accessories so I can play the stereo. The fan will come on for a minute or so, then cut off. After a minute it will ...
 
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