Is it pointless to use carb & choke cleaner on a new carb? I was going to use it on my 2 month old edelbrock carb but my dad says its useless on a new carb. I figured I would keep it clean. Any thoughts?
If you're talking about the spraycan carb cleaner, use it. That's what it's for. All carbs get a little staining on them. The spray stuff is ideal to keep a carb new looking. Take care to keep overspray from painted surfaces.
Well after lots of searching, want adds, bartering, "horse trading" I finally have a T5 to put in my car. I'm into it for $150 CAD ($110 USD) From all the research I did this will work fine for my "stockish" Sunday driver car. 1968 mustang 289, 3 speed.
I will use my existing clutch and...
Guys, I need a vacuum canister for my 68 fastback with factory air. I can't get a hold of Classic Auto Air to find out if they have any in stock and when it would ship. I'm close to getting my A/C up and running again.
So, my options;
1. An alternative that would fit the hole in the...
Was going to spray some epoxy so figured I'd make a video. We get lots of questions from people new to the craft here so hopefully this can be a helpful demonstration.
Specifically, I'm mixing up SPI epoxy.
I pulled my factory original aluminum door scuff plates off and found some significant corrosion around each of the screw holes.
I find it interesting that Ford used stainless fasteners for an aluminum plate when stainless is known to corrode aluminum. Maybe that wasn't well known back then...