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  1. Howdy! Building a 1930 Marquette speedster. I purchased some 1931 Buick artillery wheels for it. They did not come with grease caps. I bought a set of caps off eBay which are 2 7/8 inside which seemed to be the right size... Nope. Just a hair too small! Thoughts anyone?
  2. Howdy! Building a 1930 Marquette speedster. I purchased some 1930 Buick artillery wheels for it. They did not come with grease caps. I bought a set of caps off eBay which are 2 7/8 inside which seemed to be the right size... Nope. Just a hair too small! Thoughts anyone? The pic is showing just how close these are.
  3. Thank you also for this, now I have a starting point!
  4. Thank you so much for this... I recently purchased a BB1 and the kit instructions had very poor diagrams. I managed to get it back together. But these would have made it much easier and faster. Lol
  5. No sir, I crimped them in my bench vise.
  6. I made battery cables using welding cables. The hardware store only had 2 and 4 gauge. I went with the 2 gauge. 😁
  7. I actually connected the ground wire to the engine side of a bell housing bolt.
  8. Thank you gentleman!!! It was the cables! I appreciate all the help!
  9. I appreciate all the help gents, I'll let you know how it goes tomorrow.
  10. Thank you sir, it's a 1930 Marquette. I'll have to find a place to run a ground strap to the frame and the engine.