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pre61-list Digest Sat, 16 Sep 2000 Volume: 2000  Issue: 177

In This Issue:
YOM License Plates
Re: YOM License Plates
Re: backfiring flatty
Re: backfiring flatty
: Re: Bushing reamer?
drip moulding repair
9" widths

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Date: Sat, 16 Sep 2000 18:25:23 -0400
From: "Paul J. Donadio" <donadiop newpaltz.edu>
Subject: YOM License Plates

Hi,

I am looking for a pair of 1959 New York license plates for my '59 F100.
Can anyone suggest a possible source?

Thanks,

Paul
'59 F100 Custom Cab


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Date: Sat, 16 Sep 2000 20:39:17 -0400
From: David Russow <drussow globalbiz.net>
Subject: Re: YOM License Plates



"Paul J. Donadio" wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I am looking for a pair of 1959 New York license plates for my '59 F100.
> Can anyone suggest a possible source?
>
> Thanks,
>
> Paul
> '59 F100 Custom Cab

Paul

Did you try doing a web search? E-Bay, or attending local large swap meets.
They are out there.  Good luck

Dave
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From: NACatin aol.com
Date: Sat, 16 Sep 2000 23:41:35 EDT
Subject: Re: backfiring flatty

As luck would have I'm having the exact same problem and have replaced the
coil and about to replace the recently installed points and cond and maybe
new plugs w/ less than 1000 miles.
Nick
52 F4

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From: PWPTRUCK1 aol.com
Date: Sat, 16 Sep 2000 23:59:46 EDT
Subject: Re: backfiring flatty

Ok, I found my problem. I didn't have the vacuum advance hooked up when I
parked it a month ago. I hooked it up when I parked it (forgot, whoops). I
pulled the line off and it ran real good and smooth with no backfiring. That
presents another problem, what is wrong with the advance? the pod on my
distributor is new. Is there a way to adjust these things?

Thanks,
Paul

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From: "Terry" <kartrace ticnet.com>
Subject: : Re: Bushing reamer?
Date: Sat, 16 Sep 2000 23:32:55 -0500

Yes I would use a hammer, but only a plastic or copper ended one for a FIRM
PUSH fit.


Sorry I didnt get too detailed. I wouldnt think someone might actually use a
sledge to install close tolerence parts. I kringe just watching someone
agressively using the handle of a hammer to help drop pistons in the bores
with ring compressers.


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Date: Sun, 17 Sep 2000 10:45:28 -0700
From: Kurt Stokke <kstokke olypen.com>
Subject: drip moulding repair

Can someone recommend a sealer/filler to use on the drip rail on the cab
of my '55 F100?  I cleaned it out using a wire brush attachment on a
disc grinder and found pin holes & some rust & would like to seal it
before epoxy priming.  Would a waterproof filler or silicone work?  I
was even wondering if Marine-Tex would do it.  Thanks,

Kurt
Port Angeles, Wa.


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Date: Mon, 18 Sep 2000 11:24:04 +1000
From: brian falkner <falken ihug.co.nz>
Subject: 9" widths


The flange to flange [housing length] is important but is no guide to
wheel/tyre position which is THE governing factor in a swap. The many diff
swaps I have done were with complete assys so flange to flange measurements
were irrelevant.
Swapping brakes from model to model is a real minefield for the beginner as
many variations in axle flange wheel boss diameters, stud pattern, bearing
size, backing plate bolt size & pattern plus other traps make a complete
diff  a logical choice in my experience.
Machining & welding can easily overcome most of these problems...all it
takes is $$$$.
Brian

8888888888888888888888888888888
<1957-59 ford fairlanes are 57 1/4" from flange to flange.  You cannot measure
<from drum to drum since drums (brakes) come in different sizes (widths).
<Dave
<54


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