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GM used to have a memo out NOT to use scotch brite pads, the little fibers can damage bearings
They make an adjustable relief spring too, I've got a new one I'd sell for a little less than new, even tho it's new
I know that my override switch is "iffy" and they won't move till I flip it a few times. I believe one or some relays ground through that switch....
Thanks for the info, I asked alot of mopar guys, this is new info for me, learn something every day!
My dad has a block, marked b440 hp, dated 2-66 on the sideWhat's the deal? I thought hp was only 67 plus? Haven't found any info yet[ATTACH]
Yep, that's what I'm saying. Put some 1540 outside overnight, then try to pour , it's damn thick. I can't believe that would be good on the motor....
Yes, this is what I'm worried about. I used to sell amsoil, and would keep 1540 in my trunk in winter. When I pulled it out, and it was still...
ThaThat's pretty much why....the oil pan heater worked great
Used a magnetic oil pan heater to be safe[ATTACH]
Well, drove mine today, 40 degrees out, clear roads, I enjoy it!
Why not go to 10w40 at those temps?
I'd say 3 ish seconds. Instant at warm temps
Both, came up slower than I like to see @ 50 degrees
Well, used a magnetic heater, drove it today in MN! Pressure came right up
Are you in front of the Ren Fest in MN? Sure looks like it
It is amazing they started when that cold!
Does that seem to work? Pressure comes up good?
Pretty awesome road runner key chain dated 1967, has some cracks, but decent condition. Auction just started, and I turned down an offer of55 just...