27donb

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  1. I purchased one from Bob's for my 27-54CC, the quality was pretty good. One time when I tightened it, the metal ears broke free and fell in the tank. I was able to retrieve them and TIG weld them back on the cap, but it hasn't been the same since. The 27-25 came with a good cap too. Are most old gas caps the same and would fit? At this point, I just need one that will work, and will not look too modern.
  2. I need a gas cap for my 24-45, Bob's used to sell a repro metal and aluminum cap, but doesn't list it anymore. Anyone have a source for a replacement?
  3. What if you removed the starter generator? Would you be able to pull that nut back then for access?
  4. A friend of mine uses "Humdinger" a lot, he's the only one I've heard say it. I showed these posts to him, he was impressed you could drive a Buick that way and enjoyed the story and pictures Hugh!
  5. I can imagine how happy you must be! You are doing a wonderful job with it, very inspirational!
  6. That must have been quite a treat for her, did she like it? A bit breezy...
  7. Awesome Hugh! I love the reflection on those engine covers! I know that was the first time driving this Buick, but was that the first time ever you've driven a Buick of this vintage?
  8. "It is a 1995 that I ordered brand new. It still has the plastic cover on the back seat from when it was built. Terry Wiegand South Hutchinson, Kansas" -------- My 1998 GMC Sierra 1500 3 door, owner since 2002 and driven daily. Great truck!
  9. Any illustrations in the manual? Any chance of posting some pictures of the exhaust cutout and linkage? I've thought about adding one but have no where to start. How about posting the pages of the manual you quote from?
  10. Keyword "principally"
  11. Power. Open it up, remove the muffler and exhaust restriction, and let that motor breath!
  12. Any chance of posting some pictures of the exhaust cutout and linkage? I've thought about adding one but have no where to start.
  13. Wow... Goopy. Kerosene wash and flush seems like a good choice here. Even more than once? I used 90wt for a while, but have switched to transoil 250 (600wt) for the trans and rear axles to slow down the leaks.