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Did something very similar, used 5/8" wood grain tiles from Rubber Flooring Inc, trimmed them with a band saw and put a hallway runner on top. Looks good, feels good and as mentioned above if it gets stained or worn throw it out and start over, cheap.
Does anyone have any experience in changing out a manual fuel gauge, mine is mounted on the top of the tank, no electrical. Sure it's original to the boat and long past its service life. Went all the way below E when I drained the tank, back up to a 1/4 with 35 gallons, has not moved since burning t...
- Mon Sep 18, 2017 5:28 pm
- Forum: Drivetrain
- Topic: Looking for an engine rebuilder in Cleveland
- Replies: 3
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Have one just outside of Atlanta, Ball Machine 770-279-7881. Did two 318's for me, so far the engines themselves have run perfectly, it's the other stuff, lots of little, frustrating, stuff. All things considered it's not to bad and not unexpected, frustrating.
Not only the anti-siphon valve but make sure the pickup tube in the fitting has not separated and sucking air. Replacing both of mine as we speak, had some carburetor problems that I now suspect may have been the pickup tube all along.
- Sat Aug 26, 2017 4:54 pm
- Forum: For Sale or Wanted
- Topic: 1976 Chrysler 360's (2)
- Replies: 10
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Did mine this year, brand new struts and cutlass bearings, rebuilt transmissions, rebuilt engines, all new starters, alternators, water pumps, fuel pumps, carbs, belts-hoses, everything, old engines out, new in, just shy of $15,000. Still working out a few gremlins but a labor of love, I think.
The only thing I can think of there was a bit of debris in the needle valve seat holding it open, don't know just speculation on my part. And yes did check the oil multiple times for contamination, sure some got in but doesn't appear to be much.
Well I can finally report engines are running great, new carb was installed and electrical problem fixed. Can only speculate that was something stuck under one of the needle valves, don't really know though. Going forward with a new filtration system, it is my intent to double filter the fuel, first...