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  1. +1 Belmetric. Lots of good stuff.
  2. Turns out the “gasket” was actually the lip of diaphragm. Should have known. Makes sense. Brushed on thin layer of gas resistant sealer and blue Loctite on screws. I’m optimistic.
  3. The orange gasket on top of my Pierberg short neck fuel pump refuses to stay sealed. I seem to be tightening the screws every week after fuel leaks. It’s suggested I use Permatex soft gasket made for fuels. Any tips? Leave the old gasket in and just use it as a sealant? Or use it as a gasket replacement? Thanks.
  4. Great September Saturday in Wisconsin.
  5. Crack in windshield growing after rock hit going to Mid America. Blunt has OE in stock. Can anyone do install, or is it tricky? Thanks.
  6. Hey Folks; Getting my '74 02 ready for Mid America and a familiar problem resurfaced. Three years ago had complete clutch job. 2000 miles later loud rattle/tapping in neutral. But clutch engaged just fine. Went back to shop for warranty re-do. That lasted a couple of years. Today same problem after a long drive and things were good and hot. Noise only happens when things are hot. Goes away with just slight pressure on clutch pedal (maybe 1/4 inch depressed). A Google search turned up similar, heat-related problem with other kinds of vehicles. Any thoughts? Can I just live with it, without fear of major breakdown enroute? Thanks.
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  8. How do I send photo? Thanks. Allen
  9. It gets better every year. Thanks to Bo and everyone who worked so hard to make it a flawless event. Allen
  10. Still get a kick every time I turn the key, even after close to 42years.
  11. Hi Folks; Anyone else having issues trying to register today? Despite my best efforts nothing shows up in my cart. Thanks
  12. Just dealt with this issue on the open diff on my '74. It took a while to detect. I kept hearing what sounded like very loud trim wind noise, and grinding on a rolling stop. Turned out to be a badly failing pinion bearing. Located a used diff that was not "notchy" when the input shaft rotated. Had new seals installed. Once the diff was in place and on the road there was still a whine, but not nearly as bad. It appears to be a gear alignment issue, not a bearing one. The consensus among some in the know is that you can drive a whining diff a very long long time. The key warning signal apparently is when it suddenly gets a lot louder. My plan is to to keep monitoring it with the windows open and closed, and log serious miles before the long drive to Mid America. And turn the radio up. I'd like to hear more opinions from the knowledgeable folks on the forum.
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