harbor freights has a universal trim removal tool. I haven't used it, but have thought about trying it out to see if it works. It's only $6 or $7 dollars, so you wouldn' loose much if it wasn't any good. Maybe someone else here has a good idea for a home made jobber that will work!
I used a large screwdriver and a rag. Start at the lower corners and slowly pry them up, using the rag to prevent marring the surface. Once you have the bottom pulled up they should lift out by hand. I have pulled two sets this way and had no trouble. If you mean the nut locks that hold the drums on, yes, most parts stores should have them.
I have an Edelbrock 1806 Thunder AVS 650 carburetor. I noticed that their new 1906 650 AVS2 has annular boosters for the primaries. Has anyone swapped out the standard dog leg boosters with the new annular ones? While I have been wanting to switch to Holley Sniper, that just keeps getting...
Wanted to ponder a question across you guys. (My car is at the body shop, so I'm loosing my mind waiting for it to get done)
In the terms of performance from the 289, a good 4b carb and intake is a gimmie.
But what's the 289 biggest weakness? My wild guess would be the heads?
Just curious for...
From what I understand, E-15 will replace E-10 in a couple of years leaving us with only E-15 and E-85 to choose from. There will be some rare exceptions that will offer Ethanol-free gas but, it will be even more expensive than it is now. In my area, 87 octane Ethanol-Free gas is about $1.20...
Early last year I solved my warm start issues by changing to non ethanol fuel but I was adding an octane booster because it was only 87 octane.
Now a new gas station (QT) has opened up down the street from me that has non ethanol 90 octane. Oh happy day!!!