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- Sat 29 Jul 2017, 08:08
- Forum: General/Lounge
- Topic: E-cars the future...the end of petrolheads?
- Replies: 39
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What for the want factor is concerned, I personally can get just as worked up about thick amp carying cables and PWM moan as i can about my V8 rumble. I think many may start to feel the same way. At the same time here in SA i doubt there will be ban of sorts for a very very long time. We have the "b...
So about a month ago finally took my truck to a local mechanic so I can have this done. I was thinking yeah, i could probably do it myself but the clutch is on the fritz as well and i don't really have the time, its better to have it sorted by someone quickly because it will surely take me a week, t...
- Sun 17 May 2015, 19:46
- Forum: Restoration
- Topic: 70's Dodge D100 Restoration
- Replies: 49
- Views: 14640
i've done the headers only thing once before, it sounded like a funny car
car alarms going off, neighborhood dogs go nuts, and me shamefully enjoying every second
any case, hope you get it running real soon.
Just shows how we take things for granted - one must never presume that the guy asking for help knows what the forum members are talking about. For the technically minded blokes we must remember that this is what the forum is for - to help each other. Once Weasel has had somebody in to help him rep...
Johann72 wrote:Pardon my ignorance!! Is that not a prop shaft!
same difference i think unless someone can enlighten us.
wiki seems to agree http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Drive_shaft
haven't found one yet but i haven't been looking been rather busy and it doesn't look like it will be a quick swap, it will have to be welded in somehow. Bakkie did however get a new carb and master cylinders