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  1. SC38DLS

    Something to think about Auburnseeker

    That just hurts Dave S
  2. SC38DLS

    Knock-off wheel removal

    Frank at least you are correct about Studebaker’s. My 38 has them. Dave S
  3. SC38DLS

    Knock-off wheel removal

    Damn, I just had a flash back to being in physics class and I’m 72 years old! Another fine mess you've gotten me into, Olie. Dave S
  4. SC38DLS

    Knock-off wheel removal

    If you think about it I guess that makes sense doesn’t it. Dave S
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    Knock-off wheel removal

    Why use oil when you had such a good experience with anti-seize ? You know the anti-seize works, you don’t have to put as much on. I would think the oil could get dirty or dry up some and cause problems. just a thought no real knowledge on my part. Dave S
  6. SC38DLS

    Knock-off wheel removal

    Use what we called a lead hammer (not sure if they are actually lead but all my MG’s and my Healey with knock offs had them) not a carpenter type steel hammer. You will see marks in the hammer that way and not destroy the knock offs
  7. SC38DLS

    In honor of Father’s Day

    I remember my wife’s grand father always drove Buick’s. His last one was a 225 gun boat that her dad had to finally take the keys away from him as he was very dangerous on the road. He was living with her parents and they put the car in their garage (her mom’s car of course was left out on the drive). Little did they know he had a third set of keys. He opened the garage door got in, started it up, dropped it into gear and proceeded to drive it into the family room. Went for drive instead of reverse. Father’s Day 1974 an hour before the whole family was showing up for the picnic. Dad asked me to disable the car after that. Hope you all have a happy Father’s Day. Dave S
  8. If you stay 6 volt and put new good heavy cables on it, it will solve a lot of problems. Specify heavy cables ‘00’ grade I believe is the code. If the local parts store says the cheap ones are just as good for 6 or 12 volt walk away. If you can’t find them check with a welding equipment supply house. They will have it and usually will cut to the length you need then get good battery and other end connectors. Better quality usually always works better for the extra costs. Dave S
  9. SC38DLS

    In honor of Father’s Day

    VL2. Great thread. You should know dads think it’s Father’s Day when ever our daughter shows up. It doesn’t have to be a Hallmark weekend.
  10. SC38DLS

    Saw this following me around today

    Have fun with it VL2. Just don’t give those characters that brought it down to you any beer or they will crash on your living room floor for days. Their reputation proceeds or follows them everywhere. Dave S
  11. SC38DLS

    Saw this following me around today

    I resemble that fact. I thought those guys were stopping by Lexington to pick me up on our way to the FL keys and the Hogg’s Breath Saloon!
  12. SC38DLS

    My UPS driver did this

    The UPS driver did that, so we couldn't read it!
  13. SC38DLS

    The toy box and the big shop, my New shop Build.

    Now you’ve done it. I was showing my wife all of your progress on the toy box so she could see what fun it would be to have a nice building for toys. Now that you started doing the landscaping I can’t do that as it will give her too many ideas of what she can have me do around the house instead of a garage. Dave S
  14. SC38DLS

    She calls GM ~ 😂

    Laugh in never gets old. Love it.
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    The toy box and the big shop, my New shop Build.

    Joe I think you will be sleeping in the garage very soon. Dave S