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    Michael Oritt

    Re: Battery Fuse Protection

    If you are going to circuit breakers the best ones are magnetic/hydraulic. Thermal breakers tend to lose their value after repeated tripping.

    Michael Oritt Today, 08:26 PM Go to last post

    Clutch Issues

    To get up to speed, I have a 1980 Federal Spitfire, no overdrive. When I first got my car, the clutch master cylinder was dry, but there was fluid in

    FlyingCat Today, 08:18 PM Go to last post

    Re: What hoses go where...

    You're exactly right! I found the thingy on the distributor where the hose goes, and then connected it to the carburetor. Smooth as Marvel Mystery Oil.

    FlyingCat Today, 06:43 PM Go to last post

    Re: Battery Fuse Protection

    HI Bob:

    The slow blow fuse was specifically designed to handle Inductive circuits , most of which contain a motor.
    They address the

    Keoke Today, 06:35 PM Go to last post
    Happy Horse

    Re: Looks like a great resource site

    Thanks for the reply. Malmstrom is still there and thriving. Hopefully, your time in Montana was enjoyable! I was born and raised in Billings back

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