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  • Birthday 11/20/1963

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  1. I would like to put an overdrive in my 1913 Cadillac four-cylinder. Does anyone have experience with this? Thanks.
  2. I've done a bit of research on this topic. My ALF has ANSI #100 chain (1 1/4" pitch, ten feet long). It currently has Diamond 100XLO chain, which is o-ring chain. This seems to be the important part because o-ring chain is internally and permanently lubricated. The old style chain appears to be more susceptible to wear from dirt and debris, and needs to be cleaned often. The problem, of course, is that quality o-ring chain costs $$$$. However, it is readily available, as is the same type of chain by Morse. But better than having the chain fly off on the road, I suppose.
  3. I'm in the process of getting my 1918 ALF speedster ready for the Great Race. It's currently my backup plan (1932 Auburn Special is primary plan), but starting to look like the head on the Auburn might not be repaired in time. I would like to have a spare set of roller chains and sprockets for the final drive made up. Any thoughts on suppliers, and what kind of roller chain should I order? Thanks much.
  4. Thanks! Sent from my Hallicrafters Super Skyrider using Tapatalk
  5. My 1917 ALF oil pan is shot. Anybody have a line on one of these cast marvels?
  6. I blew up the 1952 320 Roadmaster motor in my 1932 Auburn vintage race car (pic attached). I have a line on a 1948 Roadmaster motor but it was attached to a Dynaflow. Does anyone know if that will still work with my three speed trans? Thanks much.
  7. Hello. I have a 1949 KB1 that needs new shoes. Does anyone know of a supplier or a parts interchange number that works for NAPA or similar? Thanks much!
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