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Old 07-21-2014, 06:54 PM
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Good Job Justin (if you need help/advise ect - let me know)
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Del-- could be metal termites?
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Got the new water pump installed and the parts back together, but still need to finish the coolant flush and and new antifreeze and water. Ran out of daylight and energy.
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Old 07-21-2014, 09:44 PM
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you just needed some mechanic juice to pep you up lol....... yesterday i put new valve cover gaskets on both my wife's 86 crown vic and my 66 and i think i found my miss i either have a collapsed lifter on #5 (valve closest to the front of motor) or maybe a cam lobe is wiping out it only has about 1/3 the movement the others do.... but even with that i am still maintaining a 16 mpg average but i do notice if i drive any slower than 65 i am actually loosing mileage the butter zone seems to be 72-75 (2250-2350 RPM) and if i stay in that range i don"t foul my problem plug as often(#6) i think it might be the lifter collapsed just from my drop in fuel mileage and motor noise it might be from that RPM allows that lifter to get pumped up good enough to allow full range of motion..... what do you guys think?
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Old 07-22-2014, 03:58 AM
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Finished the coolant flush this morning and buttoned everything back together and drove to work. I don't think I have any leaks yet! A medium job turned into a big job. I think we're ready to go Chad.
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Old 07-22-2014, 01:53 PM
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Backed My '59 out of My garage, checking to see how it would run,and move. Moved and runs good, just a hesitatin when pressing on the gas, and generator light stays on. Otherwise, am pleased with it

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Old 07-23-2014, 03:46 AM
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Thanks, Gotta pull the generator to have it tested,idiot light is staying on
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well it only took 4 hours by myself and some creative adaptation and improvisation but i finally changed out my valve guide seals they were all hard as a rock, cracked, or broken.... http://www.uscconlinealbum.com/lifec...?th=450&tw=610 http://www.uscconlinealbum.com/lifec...?th=450&tw=610 ...... i hate the new picture set up it won't let me post half of my pics
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Was going to drive My '59 yesterday, but gen light was still on. Took it to a shop downtown that still works on them, damn generator is shot, not putting out a thing. Where in the @#$% am I gonna find another gen? I wanna take it to a show in Chapman on Labor day.. DAMMIT!
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Sounds like it's time for an alternator conversion?
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if I had a donor vehicle to ****** the parts from yes. Those 1 wire alts are nice, but to price for me right now. I just wanna get it up and running before Labor day
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