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As you all know locating any parts for these early Chevy's is tough, the goal of this forum is to bring the restorers, lowriders, street & rat rodders together.
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Today at 09:58:14 PM by yellowbeard
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July 29, 2015, 10:17:22 PM by EDNY
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Posted this on a couple LT1/LS1 forums...let me ask it here...maybe an old schooler might be able to help.
Any suggestions for removing the steel square hole pipe thread plug from a 95 LT1 aluminum head?
Have the engine up and running in a 37 Chevy and need to leave the OEM temp sender on the drivers side (for the PCM)... would like to install an aftermarket temp sender in the plug hole on the passenger side head for the dash temp gauge.
Torqued a little with a 5/16" square head socket via a 3/8" drive ratchet...but just get that "feeling" that I need to back off before something breaks
Do have coolant in the block...any suggestions?
July 28, 2015, 03:40:43 PM by chopper526
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I am getting ready to put the door windows in and I need a good glue/sealer to glue in the window channel in the doors. I'm not sure contact cement is good enough and I want to steer clear from silicone if I can. What are you guys using?
July 25, 2015, 09:10:57 PM by chopper526
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Small dilemma............... after building this car and then in my haste to paint it, I forgot one important thing. A trunk prop rod. I don't have the original. Anybody out there have one? How about some ideas on what you guys are using? Thanks in advance.
July 24, 2015, 09:12:41 AM by ghost28
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I couldn't figure out how to post the link, but if someone want to look this up in colorado and post the link.
I think this is it.
Extremely RARE 1930 Pontiac Roadster (Lakewood)
I have pretty much all the parts you need here to build a 1930 Pontiac roadster, the only parts missing is the rumble lid and hood, these are extremely rare and has been in storage for about 50 years so the parts are in pretty good shape, would make a excellent streetrod project or rat rod project, it's definitely something hard to find so why not build a streetrod that no one else has? If interested please let me know
Iam asking $3850 but willing to take other offers under consideration as long as it's somewhat close to what I want
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Re: Removing steel plug from aluminum heads by EDNY
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