dustybonz

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  1. Are you still living in Mariposa? I'm interested but get no reply?
  2. Does anybody know if these items are still for sale
  3. I wonder if that will get the way of the fender skirts I'm planning on putting on. Don't want my tires to rub.
  4. Ok thanks. I'll wait for his response. And thank you for the links you sent. Very informative
  5. Do I just reply to this quote to show I'm interested in the part or is there a way to send a email? Sorry I'm new to this
  6. I'll consider swapping everything once I hear back from airy cat to see the condition of the diff he's selling. Not sure if I contacted him correctly to know if he received my reply to his sale post.
  7. Tons of info on the link. I read in another site that I can just change the carrier? Is the easy bolt in way you're talking about.
  8. Hello I'm interested in your 54' special differential. I'm looking to change my gear ratio on my 1941 Buick special sedanette 40 series. Do you know if that diff will work for that? Jake
  9. BINGO. Installed the missing spring and she fired right. I need to adjust the carbs a little more to smooth her out, then all I got to do is keep her under 100 and I'll be alright. Thanks again guys Jake
  10. Oops. Seems that after looking at my shop manual which is what I should've done while rebuilding these carbs. I forgot to install the switch return spring which is why the switch plunger was stuck closed and trying to start continuously whenever it had power. I installed the spring and it worked. Didn't try to start it yet. But I'll keep you posted. Should've known when I was done and had "extras" Jake
  11. Hello Ben. Yes installing a push button did cross my mind but the car still has all original parts and I'd like to keep all them in working order. After looking at my shop manual I need to check the Bakelite housing and make sure the spring is still intact. That may be why the plunger seems to be stuck close. In going to check it out when I get home. Hopefully that's the problem. Jake
  12. Hello Danny. I did not disconnect the vacuum switch but I will try. It does seem the switch is stuck open. I have dual Carters. Maybe I can close the switch when it's not mounted ?
  13. Hello everyone I just rebuilt my dual carbs for my 41. Hooked everything back up and soon as I connect the power from my battery kill switch she tries to start without me pushing the accelerator pedal. I then disconnected the linkage from the carb and she still wants to start as soon as I connect power. Anybody had this problem or know how to help. Thanks. Jake