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About rustred

  • Birthday 03/22/1957

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    collecting IHC stuff,auction sales.

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  1. i have never used on either, just grind the pins on the side and pound them out. how big is this chain your talking about?
  2. TDC can be found by sticking a straw in the #1 plug hole and rocking the engine in the centre of TDC , that will point you to the correct mark.
  3. well i am sure if you keep using a new pipe to see where it turns blue the blue will be in the same spot every time. so if its cut at the top of the blue what more do you want? i have seen for my self the pipe just dont turn blue it entire length. so your saying if you install a new pipe the same length as the one you cut off it will turn blue lower down , as yes it has to. run with out a pipe and you see flames, put a pipe on and you dont see flames.
  4. yes, pull the other gear shift cover off on the right side of the gear shift and that is where u add oil. oil level plug on left by clutch rod. and id hydraulics are slow change your filters.
  5. i have read somewhere that on straight pipes for top performance, was to put the pipe on then run the unit hard and where it turned the pipe blue that is where u cut it off.
  6. Shania Twain would tell you , you gone and done it! remove bull gear first.
  7. i just knew u had a use for them cans, !
  8. rustred


    now there is some bs ,... never used. people post stuff with no idea. plus its after 1935, in the 1940's. it would have the muffler on it not some galvanized pipe and elbow. was quite common to bolt them to wood. plus the hopper tank cover is missing. plus no boot on the mag wire. pull the valve cover and spark plug , u will see its a used engine.
  9. kinda late<... but it sound like you need a starter bendix.
  10. i remember dad going to the bulk dealer in the 1960's and gas was 11.00 for a 45 gallon barrel for the W6. cant even buy 2 gallons for that now.
  11. i was thinking you were gonna stick them cans in the pipes and on start up , do the wobbly pop, pop, pop.
  12. well have you soaked the carb in gunk overnight ? that spray stuff is not the ticket.
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