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Discussion in 'VA/DC/MD- Capital Land Cruiser Club' started by Stumpalama, Nov 21, 2013.
Weld on some patches!!
Like BK says, it's just marking it's territory.
I'll cap off the holes so I don't lose any more fumes.
Sounds like a great tech day opportunity......
That would be great if you have one. Although I have a feeling there may be other culprits after reading Ryan's response.
There's also a guy that supposed to be able to fix this for ~$60. Drills out the holes and inserts Teflon lined bushings.
Hopefully, if nothing comes up and snafus my plans.
It has a little surface rust but I think it will clean up nicely.
Modified water fire extinguisher. Good for a quick rinse while primitive camping. 2.5 gallons of water + 100psi air pressure good for about 90 seconds of continuous flow. White ring (next to gauge) is used to keep the extinguisher's handle valve open, flow control via nozzle.
That's like 3 Navy showers worth...right Stump?
I finally pulled apart my mini truck power steering box after @OTRAMM helped me get the adjustment plug out. The box came out of a junk yard in Minnesota so it's pretty crusty on the outside but luckily inside it doesn't look too bad. I dropped the parts in Evaporust so hopefully they'll turn out ok.
And you are correct. After realizing that the valve is only for the rear I figured out to adjust the rod. Couple 1/4 turns and all is well. thanks to everyone for their input!!!
Gary and stump for the win.
Finally finished installing my parts cleaner filter... Now to hit up Tractor Supply for some fresh PSC-1000.
How well does the PSC-1000 work? Mine has mineral spirits and is works like a champ but the solution has gotten pretty dirty.
I need to do this!!
It is very good, IMHO. Low odor and evap rate. It degreases well too. I've been happy with it.
Maybe I'll give it a try for my next refresh.
De-clutering my shop, I took a bunch of parts this old bike a while ago to figure out what it needs. Time to put them back on until I get time to work on it again.
1974 GT250...I believe.
Close, GT380. That 3rd cylinder is hard to see in the pic