President Mike Crowe introduces the program.
In the morning session Mike Vaughn told about testing, repairing, and adjusting coils.
In the afternoon Jerry Hoffman covered the agonies of TT rear axle disassembly.
Mike Bender, Dan Huyett (sp?), ? Ed Emerson, Gary Paulsen
?, Aaron Frazer, Gary Paulsen
Kenny Brandt, Dieter Mitchell, Rich Chillingworth, Jerry Hoffman, Steve Behrendt
Dalton Whitfield's 1925 speedster.
Except for the exhaust, all under the hood looks stock. The carb is a Kingston L-4.
Dalton Whitfield, sartorially impeccable speedster maker.
Verne Shirk is getting some details of Gary Paulsen's 1910.
Chris Paulsen's 1914 pickup. The dust on the wheels tells you it gets driven.
Apologies to those whose names I missed or mangled.
(Message edited by steve_jelf_parkerfield_ks on January 24, 2016)
THANK YOU for posting this Steve! Great pictures
Nice pictorial, thanks for the show !
Thanks for posting Steve, we did have a good turn out, we had 55 people attend.
Steve, Thank you for pasting the pictures.
Steve thanks from me too.
Steve, include pics of self.
I wish that someone would video and post the TT rear part on youtube.
Erick it's in the works but will be a few weeks and will up date here when it's up. Jerry
George, here you go.
OK Steve, now go find some Kimchee, you look a bit peckish.
George - My youngest son spent considerable time in Korea in the USAF. To this day, he won't eat cabbage in any way, shape or form!
Well, Harold, Kimchee is an equired taste. Shame he doesn't like any form of cabbage. I love most forms.
Steve, thanks so much for the pictures. It sure is nice to put faces to the names we see on here. I had the pleasure to of meeting Rich Chillingworth a few weeks back when he came up here to pick up some TT parts. Keep up the good work!!! Dave
Jerome, I would be interested in watching your TT video too. Did the pictures I sent help?
Chad, you have my email please send your address ill send you the hand out from the cliic. And yes big help. Jerry
(Message edited by jh1427 on January 25, 2016)
The guy next to me and Gary is my father in that picture steve. I don't about every one else, but I sure went home with better know how.
The guy next to me and Gary is my father in that picture steve. I don't know about every one else, but I sure went home with better know how.
Steve, is that a can of Fitgers. I haven't had a can of Fitgers since 1970.