erichill

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About erichill

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  • Birthday 08/12/1963
  1. Still Too Much Time On My Hands

    Love it. Ya too much time on your hands
  2. 1919 cheandler sedan reg for sale

    Not to sound stupid but what do you mean by reg? Eric
  3. "She"?

    Objects of our desire.
  4. ITS ALIVE

    Beautiful! I know the feeling having recently fired my 1919 Chandler for the first time that last ran in 1967. Your motor is a work of art.
  5. This is a LOOOOONG Shot

    Its a convertible trash can, no lid required. I do like the special non-rusting paint, and the fact that you have not over restored it. Looks like a driver to me.
  6. eBay Refund

    Just my opinion. Forget the shipping costs, be glad you got your money back from the product and move on. Enough stress in my life that to me its not worth fighting and dealing with. But again that's just me.
  7. That car looks like it will be a money pit with rust repair. They aren't that expensive. Save and spend more on one in better shape. My opinion of course.
  8. not much on the styling side

    Free paper towels included. How can you pass this up?
  9. Why do some cars just scream not right?

    I am no expert, but it looks like it has juice front brakes? The whole body is out of proportion. I doubt that VIN tag means anything and lord know what it was off of.
  10. Chandler in Australia

    Thanks for sharing the photos. I am rebuilding a 1919 roadster at the moment. Yes close to 1919 or 1920 but I am no expert either.
  11. The World's Cheapest AF Speedster Build

    Very cool looking. Now to just bring them to life eh?
  12. Source for felt wheel seals

    Thanks, I will try the suppliers you mentioned as well as look into a modern seal. Eric
  13. The felt wheel seals on my 1919 Chandler appear to be fine, but if I can source new ones I would rather do that. Any sources? Thanks Eric
  14. "Since I don't see any area where a seal has rubbed the portion of axle shaft that is visible in your photo maybe the seal or a slinger is inboard where the diff gears are. What oil or grease did you find in the differential? " No, there are no seals within the differential leading out towards the wheels. Completely open. Eric
  15. "Dumb question: what holds the axle in place, stopping it coming out? " Spinnyhill, not a dumb question as I was wondering the same. The end od the differential housing is threaded, so wheel fits over the housing and is bolted to the housing, then the axle is bolted to the wheel. Best I can tell, and I think they call it a 3/4 floating axle? You are right it is a felt seal behind the bearing. Eric