Mikefit

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  1. I said the nut should have said adjustment ring. Sorry
  2. The nut goes in from the engine side the lugs on the ring face inside yes you have to remove the small cover to move the adjustment ring Mike
  3. There was a company here in Indiana that rebuild hydraulic cylinders that spray welded piston rods and reground them looked like new. Mike
  4. My 18 D/B the band has a stud about 2" long to allow you to pull the band tight to the s/d Chain is about 1"or so wide. Mike
  5. Are they warped or bent from some one removing them. I r think if they are bent a good machinist could straighten the hub / drum Mike
  6. I made mine from deer skin is easy to work with and you can sew it on the wife's machine
  7. The wedge has a bolt going through it if I remember it has a square head on it at the bottom the adjustment will bring the wedge into contact with the S-G and the band will holder it tight to the wedge. Snug is snug if makes noise its to tight readjust and try again
  8. Bob : What do you want me to do with the 25" rim . Also would the 1929 D/B roadsters has a price tag on it. Mike Fitterling
  9. Let's try calling it a 1/4 " flair nut
  10. Go directly to the wife's kitchen get the bag of meat skewers their made of bamboo small diameter split down good and will hold a screw and a nail / tack in tight. Mike
  11. Oil pressure is controlled by the spring loaded pressure valve this valve will open when the pressure reaches a pre set pressure. Normally what ever the dash gauge shows as the highest reading. Should the gauge read. 0 - 30 - 60 valve will open at 60# +or - now engine warm road speed over 30 MPH oil pressure 30# + or - . At idle 500 to 600 RPM oil pressure would be in the range of 5 to 6 psi. The rule of thumb is you need 10 PSI for every 1000 RPM Mike
  12. BLoo that was what I was referring too you made a good point and explained much better than I did. Thanks
  13. Please heal me. All these years I was informed the unit on the front of the crankshaft was called a harmonic damper to help with torsional forces of the crankshaft and was not to balance . Many of the external balance was done on the flywheel / flex plate.. The 4 cylinder used a crankshaft that had the the throws in a flat plane each throw had a throw 180 " from the other using the other throw as a counterbalance . Please help me understand.