Recent content by frank8003

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    Another Nice Build

    Take the spares off the back of the truck and try it again. That weight at that lever/moment is maybe too high so far behind the axle.
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    FL Gas Mask USN ND MARK V

    $55 BUCKS and $16 for the Priority mail. USN Gas mask ND MARK V Stock number H4240-268-9732 Unused condition with filters. The bag itself goes for 20 and shipping now. Pay at PayPal as a gift to It is dated on filters as March 1963 and mask itself is dated 1962, 59 years...
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    Unknown rattling near torque converter

    could be nose of the starter
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    bunch of brake line questions

    no brake line was ever meant to be animaled to stop a leak. It is correct or it ain't.
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    bunch of brake line questions

    Do Not put unions in the brake lines unless they are double flare like originals...
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    bunch of brake line questions

    Brake lines must be double flare and see post 20 in here " NAPA- in his book these are NOT listed as brake lines,, listed as heavy duty wire clad steel tubing"
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    Free small coffee and free regular donut!
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    Building a 1/35th scale deuce -1/2 question

    Humbrol Super Enamel Olive Drab (155) ?
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    WC 57 General Patton
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    Free small coffee and free regular donut!

    Thank You but 862 miles for me
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    M35A series brake shoes

    Yeah, I spent about twenty hours getting that part right Figure 89 in the TM |Drove me nuts send to me an email and I will send the as done in .MOV files so one may see it all working really good.
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    M35A series brake shoes

    A few more things about Deuce brakes to help The things that are supposed to be able to rotate can be frozen up. Some of my notes and I never had soldier B so devised way to get circlips off without damage. The shoes should adjust easily and maintain alignment but not allowed to post .MOV files...
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    What did you do to your deuce this week?

    One should always use fasteners as originally installed when the whatever was built the first time. It is important.
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    What did you do to your deuce this week?

    Look at how That step tool is ground when new. make a grinder to suit. It is worth the wheel for the grinder to re-sharpen them. Me Thinks If I was not so freakin old I would have another new business..............
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    MEP-803A overheat - newer issue

    If a coolant hose had a no squashing spring in it when new then it MUST be in there forever.
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