McCargar

Members
  • Content Count

    112
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

52 Excellent

2 Followers

About McCargar

  • Rank
    Member
  • Birthday 04/09/1942

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. Crazycars; I was out at a friends place the other day and saw a couple of Buick Buffalo wire wheels (with front hubs and axle) on his junk pile. If your are interested his contact info is Jim Morley, e-mail is mjmorley2@shaw.ca.
  2. I have a couple of Dole priming pumps for sale $50 each plus postage.
  3. Dave attached is a picture of my '26 McLaughlin Buick Model 26-20 data plate. Wayne
  4. You can use all black wires with a small piece of colored shrink tube on either end for identification. I usually replace the generic plastic on connectors with colored shrink tube it makes thing easier when and if they go wrong and it looks better.
  5. Dave you are right I posted the wrong drawing.
  6. If anyone is interested there is a way to use single filament bulbs as dual function bulbs. All you need is 4 little double pole double throw relays. wiring diagram attached.
  7. I know nothing about the air cleaner it came with the car but it seems to be all there.
  8. Anyone interested in ’26 ’27 Marvel Carbs. Both carbs came off running motors. I’m offering them to form members before they go to E-Bay. Make me an offer. No reasonable offer refused. I also have a ’26 air cleaner open to offers.
  9. Usually the green wire is RIGHT and the yellow is Left and the black/red to the "L" terminal on the flasher. A three wire switch only works with a single use bulbs not with a stop/signal combination.
  10. Thanks for the info. Idle is about 600 at 10-12 lbs so I guess I'm all right.
  11. Regardless of what the book says what oil pressure does a ‘26-’27 standard 6 really produce at idle on a hot engine?
  12. To prevent any damage to the hub caps I use a strap wrench. It also works on rad caps, oil filters and pickle jars lids.
  13. Can anyone tell me how, on a 1927 Standard motor the rear camshaft bearing gets oil? The ’27 motor differs from the ’26 as they added little oil reservoirs that feed oil to the front 3 bearings but the rear bearing is a mystery to me. There is a mystery hole behind the last lifter that seems to lead to the rear camshaft bearing but there is no hole in the bushing for oiling.
  14. Here is a couple of pictures from my '26 but the '27 is the same'. If you are worried about the rubber pealing the paint when removing just run a razor blade along the edge of the rubber first then paint under where the new rubber goes and nobody will ever know the difference. The pictures are window closed and open.
  15. I've tried every way I can but with the counter weights on the crank there isn't enough clearance to get the piston past the crank. I can't believe that they would build it without some way of getting the pistons out without disassembling the cylinder from the block. I was hoping there was a trick to it. Wayne