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    LarryK

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    They were Verdsteins Very soft winter from the 70s, to save them, had to be changed as they could be wore out in 100 miles on hard dry pavement. Jacks

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    Jim_Gruber

    Re: Do you recognize this wheel?

    And if they are magnesium better have them crack checked before putting them on the road.

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    oldbagpipe

    Re: 1962 Herald Convertible

    This a great link I will save as I recently purchased a '66 RHD Herald Convertible. My wife loves it but we have lots to do!

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    George_H

    Re: Scroll Air Compressor

    We have 2 large 15hp scroll compressors at work. They work great and are very quiet compared to a piston type (we have a piston for backup)
    Probably

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    pkmh

    Re: Steering overhaul


    4tecdog,

    Here is another example of what I was suggesting in terms of taking photos, notes and even making sketches, as I like to

    pkmh Yesterday, 11:05 PM Go to last post
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