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  1. I need help identifying the these wheels that I have pulled from an old shed. Year? Car? Brand? anything. The link below will take you to the photos of the wheels. Antique Unknown Spoked Wheels Photos by mbash013 | Photobucket I came across 4 wheels. All 4 are the same rim, but there are two sets of different tires. Two of the tires are Gulf. They are 4 ply, 5.25-5.50-18, Traffic edition, and made in the USA. The other two tires are Firestone. They are 4 ply, 5.25-5.50-18, Deluxe edition, and made in England. They also have inner tubes in these tires. These wheels are spoked wheels, and I believe they are knock off Wheels since there are no lug holes. They have 60 spokes, and the hubs have 88 splines. The rim measures 19 inches in diameter. The front of the hub diameter is 3 3/8 inches. The rear hub diameter is 7 1/2 inches. The width of the hub measures between 4 3/4 and 5 inches. The length of the splines inside the hub measure 1 1/2 inches. There seems to be two layers of paint on these wheels, one layer red, the other black. this is all that I have acquired and now I hope that you can tell me what these are.
  2. Another quick question: my 1930 Studebaker Commander FD and 2 oiling ports on the generator and one on the starter motor. What is the best type of oil to use on these components (motor oil, 3-in-1, etc.)?
  3. Here is a question: My grandma is wanting to restore an old chevy that has been in storage and inoperable for decades. There is no AC in the car and GMA doesn't think we should add it. I like the idea of having wings on a car and it seems to be a pretty good alternative to AC. Except here is the problem: The car doesnt have wings and adding them as a permanent feature is not an option. I haven't been able to find any place that sells non-permanent wings that you can just fit into the window frame[while the window is down]. So I have designed a wing that you can fit into the window....but first I have a couple questions before I do that. Question 1: Do you know of any place that sells temporary wings that you can just place into the window frame, to get more breeze in the car? Question 2: If I do go forward and submit my design to a manufacturer do you think that other people in the classic car community would be interested in this option breezy option to AC? Question 3: Any things that you can think of that I need to include in my design of this AC alternative? THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR YOUR HELP!
  4. I have a 1939 Dodge D-11 with a small block Chevy. We cannot find a set of headers that will fit. Does anyone have any suggestions?
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