Alan G

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  1. Wanted, at least two crank handles to match either style shown. They have a thread and two segments that attach to the regulator drive. I really need these so if anyone can help it would be great, otherwise I will have to cast them myself. Has anyone seen this style and knows where some could be found? Any help would be great
  2. Wanted, at least two crank handles to match either style shown. They have a thread and two segments that attach to the regulator drive. I really need these so if anyone can help it would be great, otherwise I will have to cast them myself
  3. Dave, i realise it is a bit far away but there is a good company in the UK who have a great range of seals. They are very helpful too and have a great catalogue.www.sealsdirect.co.uk
  4. Thanks Kevin. Yes, it's 6 cylinder.That makes sence now that I have seen the diagram. Thank you very much for that. Appreciate it
  5. Hi all, to replace a rear wheel bearing in my Buick I obvioulsy must remove the wheel and hub. I made a fast attempt at it earlier buy decided to stop to make sure I was doing the correct thing. The wheel bearing has slight play in it when rocked. The hub cap and nut are removed, the shaft and woodruff key are not binding on the drive flange as they can be tapped in and pulled out slightly, I am assuming the bearing shell is just stuck to the stub, I fitted a bearing splitter to the hub and I can fit a puller to it to pull the hub off from against the shaft, is this ok to do or has anyone experience with a better method. Thanks Alan
  6. I think satin will be my choice! Thanks all.
  7. I am soon to refinish the natural finish wheels on my Buick and I am torn between a gloss or satin varnish. I think personally satin will suit best but I would like to hear or see some wheels finished in both ways and to their durability to finally make my mind up! Thanks guys
  8. Not to hijack your post Terry but I am looking for this type of coil if anyone knows of any it would be greatly appreciated
  9. The inductive heaters are fantastic. Heats up just where you want to and normally come with some adaptors so a nut can be heater along a long lenght item by wrapping it around it and plugging the ends into the heater!
  10. Hi guys, I am looking for a mortice lock, with key, striker plate and escutcheon plate to suit this Image attached. Any help would be great
  11. Thanks for taking the time to post this information. Very helpful! Thanks Ben
  12. Thanks very much Hugh, I couldn't of asked for a better reply! Regards Alan
  13. Could anyone tell me what the correct finish is on Boyce Motometre used in 1919. I have seen some bright chrome, dull crome and brass. Many thanks
  14. Bump. Still looking for two of these handles if anyone can help it would be great.