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Old 09-13-15, 09:05PM   #1
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slowly , 1 small project at a time eventually turns into a completed car ... Getting there 😃
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Old 09-13-15, 09:30PM   #2
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Nice job, keep plugging away!
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Old 09-13-15, 09:45PM   #3
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Looking good man. Keep chipping away at it.
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WAS WATCHING THE YOU TUBE VIDEO AND SWITCHED TO CHANGING FRONT OIL GALLEY PLUGS ON ANOTHER VIDEO. Wish somebody would tell the guy he is making a mistake on reading his calipers. Its not .057 thousands O.D. of block o.d., as stated but i believe .570 thousands. big differance. Also by my own experience when your using a 3/8 front plug find on or make one alot thinner,(so not to hit timing chain when pertruding) so as not to tap to deep into block, blocking off oil traveling to the cam bearings. Also a great idea to drill a small .020 hole in the plugs to get the timing chain some oil. Hope this helps somebody out.
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Old 11-27-15, 11:12PM   #6
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First time outside in 12 years !
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