Nice Headlights! On the car right?
Trying to give me a heart attack?
(one could play on the verbalization too..ha ha)
Might be she's showing us how to kick start a Ford?
That is quite an accessory.
Interesting how some folks NEED clothes to look OK, while others just don't. . . .
Now what was I doing before I opened this thread. . .?
That's one DEAR in the headlights!
Very nice accessory bumpers too!
Thank you, Will. A dose of that was needed!
I think we all needed a good dose of that Dave, those were the "good Ol" days.......
She has more clothes on, but the "summer time" theme works.......
If I were to soak my bearings for a couple days before repacking would I just be wasting kerosene? The car's been sitting for 40 years. Is it worth it to get all that old grease out of there before packing?
Thoughts? THOUGHTS? What the...
Yeah, my thoughts have turned to packing for some reason. Is it worth my while to soak old bearings that have been on the car at least 40 years or just repack them?
this could go so many ways--BAD, I'm just not going to touch it!
Jesse, seriously about bearing, clean them, inspect them--there might be dirt in the oil, there might be problems with the bearing surfaces. Then re-pack them. I bought 7 front wheel bearings at the Auburn swap meet--$2 each. Cleaned them in the utlrasonic, got 1 pair looks brand new, One pair that's almost like new, and one pair that's so-so, plus one spare pretty nice one. Saw stuff on them that wasn't visible when covered in old grease.
You're a good man for not going off course.
I wonder what a psychologist might say if this were a word association excercise?
By Golly it seems that we have a bunch of "DIRTY OLD MEN HERE, but it is said that they need love toooooooooo!
Uh, 1)We own model Ts, so it is likely we have a few years on us (Yes, thankfully there are some 'young 'uns' here).
2)Ts break down.
3)Ts leak oil and have very mucky dirty parts to fix.
So Bill, you're surprised at finding Dirty Old Men here???
OH, and 4) We must be mental cases to keep playing with our Ts!
What's the temp on the Motometer?
Jesse, that was the funniest!
And the timing...
I'd bet that little Ford is easier to get along with.
Form follows function.