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Old 05-30-2012, 06:47 PM
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Alb F1, please send that info my way. I agree with other posters too, things are too bulky to sell and ship for ebay purposes.
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I've done the 12vlt on 6 vlt starter, and you would want it to fire up good, as you would have your points , timing, and plugs good. What about the windshield wipers; resistor?
I have spotted a ww2 ford bomb truck, at undisclosed location. Haven't brought myself to obtain it becouse it's missing the pulley, and the ibeam is cut at rear. Any ideas on location of a pully?
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