Home 
Home Search search Menu menu Not logged in - Login | Register
> Paul Prinsen

Profile Topics Posts
Posts by Paul Prinsen
19 postsShowing posts 1-19 of 19

Body & interior stuff > Undercoat removal (3 replies - 5038 views)

I like sandblasting, but do not have the facilities for it. My compressor gets breathless with that kind of air consumption. I do have a ...   07-28-2006 07:12 pm

Body & interior stuff > Undercoat removal (3 replies - 5038 views)

Does anyone have a nifty way to remove the undercoat? Tried a grinder with a wire wheel, but that makes a real mess, and just ...   07-26-2006 04:31 pm

Suspension > Spring colour code (0 replies - 3501 views)

Just took the front springs out of my JH, and also out of a parts car. Noticed that one set has red marks and one ...   07-17-2006 08:25 pm

Body & interior stuff > Rottiserie (19 replies - 13510 views)

Greg, thanks for your offer to send the rottiserie. Looks like I am all set at this point. I found some scrap metal parts, and ...   07-12-2006 10:21 pm

Body & interior stuff > Rottiserie (19 replies - 13510 views)

Wow, that is all there is to it?! Basically sawhorses with a steel bracket and pipe. Without engine and driveline, there is not much weight. Thanks ...   07-10-2006 09:44 pm

Body & interior stuff > Rottiserie (19 replies - 13510 views)

Does anyone have a picture of a Jensen on a "rottiserie"? Stripped my car down to the shell, and would like to be able to ...   07-10-2006 08:28 pm

Electrical & Instruments > Bosch alternator (4 replies - 5460 views)

Does the 3/8" connector have a terminal indication next to it? That might help with identification. If you have a good ground (Engine/chasis to the ...   04-27-2006 07:33 pm

Electrical & Instruments > Bosch alternator (4 replies - 5460 views)

Most surefire way to get it right is to know what make+model the alternator came from, and get a hold of the original wiring diagram. ...   04-27-2006 12:34 am

Body & interior stuff > Seat Foam (9 replies - 9817 views)

A couple of gas tank issues: Pulled the gastank, and found out that the sheet metal around the filler pipe is rusted out. What is ...   03-13-2006 08:43 pm

Body & interior stuff > Seat Foam (9 replies - 9817 views)

Hoi Eric, Thanks for the number. I'll give Rejen a call. I have a '73 yellow JH, standard issue, with 4 speed, dual carbs. As far as pictures ...   03-13-2006 08:17 pm

Body & interior stuff > Seat Foam (9 replies - 9817 views)

Hi Erik, good to hear from a fellow Dutchman and Jensen owner. Zo nu en dan ben ik in Nederland om mijn moeder en familie ...   03-10-2006 07:30 pm

Body & interior stuff > Seat Foam (9 replies - 9817 views)

Mark, thanks for your reply. Your reply confirms what I thought. I have seen the bottom seat cushions on E-bay, so may do that. I ...   03-09-2006 08:03 pm

Body & interior stuff > Seat Foam (9 replies - 9817 views)

Just took the driver side seat apart. The foam is in very poor condition. It had been wet, and rusted to the seat frame. Also part was exposed ...   03-06-2006 07:48 pm

Miscellaneous > Dash trim (1 reply - 3279 views)

There are two pieces of trim, similar in construction, around the glove compartment and the light switch panel. They appear to have a plastic core, ...   02-02-2006 11:21 pm

Body & interior stuff > Rust Repair (5 replies - 9021 views)

Art, where do you purchase Picklex-20. None of the paint stores in Medford, OR had it. I wrote to the company, but they did not (yet) ...   11-29-2005 09:52 pm

Body & interior stuff > Rust Repair (5 replies - 9021 views)

Art, Thank you for your detailed reply. The Picklex-20 seems to be just the ticket. I was hoping to find a way to phosphatize metal, ...   11-23-2005 08:37 pm

Body & interior stuff > Rust Repair (5 replies - 9021 views)

Just bought my first JH, and it has the normal rust issues. I do'nt mind fixing something once, but I absolutely hate rework. Maybe those ...   11-22-2005 10:26 pm

Miscellaneous > Steering Wheel Removal (6 replies - 6365 views)

Thanks for all the advice! The wobble is as far as I can determine, the wheel being loose on the splines. The nut was loose ...   11-22-2005 02:12 am

Miscellaneous > Steering Wheel Removal (6 replies - 6365 views)

Removed the nut in the steering wheel, which was loose to begin with. The wheel wobbles, but something seems to hold it in place. Is ...   11-21-2005 08:46 pm


 Current time is 02:34 am
 


UltraBB 1.172 Copyright © 2007-2011 Data 1 Systems