stakeside

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About stakeside

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  • Birthday 06/13/1942

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    Retired Caltrans Engineer

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  1. Looking forward to see some pictures of your car.
  2. DO NOT USE POLYESTER FOAM. IT WILL TURN TO POWER IN HOT SUN EXPOSURE.
  3. Is there a number stamped on our Clum switch. Do a Clum switch search on this forum. There has been plenty discussion.
  4. My 29 dodge bros 6 cylinder has sleeves that I believe can be replaced. Any other experience with this would be helpful.
  5. Tom and Cindy Meyers are a great assistance to the Dodge Bros community. Many thanks to their help.
  6. Thanks for comments. Not sure of the adjustment on the vacuum tank but will proceed and see what happens.
  7. I had some bad news that my extra block is not useable as a rebuild candidate. I need a block for a rebuild. I have a running engine and choose not to rebuild it. I figure my project deserves a fresh engine to go with my restoration. Only the engines with a “H” code prefix will work. i am in central California area.
  8. 1929 Dodge Bros series “E”. Should have a 6 cylinder engine. This is my series “E” truck. Where are you located?
  9. Received my rebuild kit with my BB-1 Carter updraft and it included the “Daytona Float Valve”. Will this float valve function in a gravity fuel system. Any experiences would be appreciated.
  10. Looks to be beyond the “Graveyard Cars” capabilities.
  11. This would be a commercial car. That is a passenger car chassis fitted with truck components. i am interested in commercial truck parts. Thanks for posting pics.