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  1. Jack Ferris
    07-29-2018 11:09 AM
    Jack Ferris
    For non specialized work I use Utah Chassis and Machine. Mainly because they do what I ask and they do good work. I use Casey’s machine for the cranks as does most of the other machine shops in the valley. That’s all he does and he does amazing work.
    There are others in the valley that do good work. Hunter Machine(pricey) American Cyl Head. I build a lot of motors for folks in the valley so I try to stick to one shop.
  2. roy381
    12-10-2014 08:10 PM
    Looks they are getting average of $20 to ship one so $20 for or $40 for both
    Thanks Roy
  3. Donovan
    06-20-2014 12:32 PM
    Good luck with the move!
  4. Donovan
    06-19-2014 11:05 AM
    I'm not sure either! Moser says 68-72. The 65 maybe shorter. Can you take out an axle shaft and measure from that housing? These are 30 1/16"
  5. Bill Eveland
    06-16-2014 09:20 AM
    Bill Eveland
    They are formed heater hoses from napa. 9810 is the part# and they have plenty extra to get trimmed off.
  6. Batman
    04-28-2014 02:04 PM
    hey I just realized I had messages here. I'll have to stick one in a spring checker and find coil bind height. Sorry, I don't come here often and I guess there is not notification there is a message waiting? I'll let you know

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  • About unclescratch
    None. Sold the GTO and moving-on in senior years w/o musclecars.
    VietNam Vet USMC, high School 5-blocks from Ace Wilson's Royal Pontiac
    northwest Arizona
    Tuning my Triumph motorcycle and Lincoln Cents
    ASE Master Tech/retired


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