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Jniekamp

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  1. I'd love to find one like this reasonably priced.!
  2. My 31 Buick was changed over from the updraft carburetor to use this downdraft carburetor, I'll continue to use it until I, if I ever locate an original carburetor setup, but in the meantime I'm going to continue using this one because it started and ran great and gave absolutely no problems. Can anyone tell me what years used this so I can order a rebuild kit? I like to maybe also try to find an original air filter housing used on it and get rid of the one it had. Thanks, John
  3. I'm just wanting Dave just to come on down here to Quincy and give me some hands on training! LOL This is a great write-up Dave!
  4. Does anyone by chance have one is these oil temperature regulators they be willing to sell?
  5. Oh yes, I can make it out, I truly thank you for your help and kind offer. After hearing so much positive talk about the 1931 Buick book on specifications and adjustments, I went ahead and order my own this morning. I think until it comes, I'll be able to use your scan here and start that process. Many many thanks! John
  6. Thank you so much for the help, I'm at a loss here. If ir be a Model T or Model A, I'd have that covered, this is a different beast.
  7. Hi, this is my first post to the forum, thanks for adding me. I have a 1931 series 8-64 Buick roadster that I need help on installing and adjusting the distributor. 20 plus years ago I removed the generator to have the armature rewound and rebuilt and now I'm wanting to get the car up running again. I have no memory as how to time it. (I was lucky enough to have the memory to locate all the parts) Is there a timing mark on the front pulley or flywheel to time the engine? I see there is a cover plate back by the starter to see the flywheel. Any help or source is greatly appreciated. Thank you, John
  8. That's, I'm still trying to figure out the forum, it's somewhat different than the ones I'm used to, but I like the format. John
  9. Hi, this is my first post to the forum, thanks for adding me. I have a 1931 series 8-64 Buick roadster that I need help on installing and adjusting the distributor. 20 plus years ago I removed the generator to have the armature rewound and rebuilt and now I'm wanting to get the car up running again. I have no memory as how to time it. (I was lucky enough to have the memory to locate all the parts) Is there a timing mark on the front pulley or flywheel to time the engine? I see there is a cover plate back by the starter do see the flywheel. Any help or source is greatly appreciated. Thank you, John
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