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Carburetors > Anti Popping Carburetor Spacers - Weber DCOE (8 replies - 9135 views)

Thanks, Dan...I'll check the plugs and see if they do point to the lean condition. Considering what I'm experiencing with my foot as I drive, ...   08-04-2010 04:50 pm

Carburetors > Anti Popping Carburetor Spacers - Weber DCOE (8 replies - 9135 views)

Thanks for the ideas! I have been curious about the definition of "popping"...In my case, I'm talking about what sounds like backfiring through the carb ...   08-04-2010 01:21 pm

Carburetors > Anti Popping Carburetor Spacers - Weber DCOE (8 replies - 9135 views)

Hi all, I've come into possession of my dad's 74 JH and it happens to be rather over-carbureted with 45DCOE9's on it (IMHO). He purchased, but ...   08-01-2010 07:43 pm

Electrical & Instruments > Turn Signal mount to steering shaft broken - thoughts on fixing? (16 replies - 12772 views)

Some excellent thoughts. I tried super glue but it wouldn't bond to the material well enough to allow it to grip and it snapped very ...   03-20-2008 10:35 pm

Electrical & Instruments > Turn Signal mount to steering shaft broken - thoughts on fixing? (16 replies - 12772 views)

Ah yes - the time-honored money option. :) The fixit-guy in me recoils at the thought, but I suppose there are times when one must ...   03-14-2008 04:29 pm

Electrical & Instruments > Turn Signal mount to steering shaft broken - thoughts on fixing? (16 replies - 12772 views)

The other day, my turn signal began rotating around the steering shaft when I tried to apply the blinker. Turns out the plastic-like ring that ...   03-13-2008 09:29 pm

Body & interior stuff > Paint Removal - any experience out there? (2 replies - 3113 views)

My 1975 Healey has a horrible Maaco-quality, very thick paint job on it. The job itself was relatively dodgy and as there are a few ...   10-13-2007 09:15 pm

Carburetors > carburetor synchronizer (5 replies - 10305 views)

I tried the Unisyn and had no luck - I was unable to get consistent readings from it...could have been just a bad unit. I ...   10-24-2005 12:06 pm

Miscellaneous > "Why did you buy a JH... When you could have bought a New sports Car?" (20 replies - 16739 views)

Pontiac??? Sports car??? Compared to a JH? Feh! Philistines... Some people just will never "get" the idea of classic cars. I've had the bug since I've ...   10-13-2005 01:09 pm

Engine & Transmission > FIVE SPEED CONVERSION (3 replies - 5162 views)

Just look about 8 topics below this one on the list and you'll find everything you wanted to know! :o) ...   10-05-2005 03:06 pm

Electrical & Instruments > Tachometer affected by brakes/blinkers (4 replies - 5503 views)

Interestingly, no other electrical bits seem to effect the tach...so it seems to point toward the taillight assembly. The hazards also cause the fun display ...   08-26-2005 12:20 pm

Electrical & Instruments > Tachometer affected by brakes/blinkers (4 replies - 5503 views)

I figure there must be a ground issue here somewhere...when I hit the brakes, the tach stops working (drops to zero). When I use the ...   08-19-2005 12:47 pm

Body & interior stuff > BUMPER? HOOD HELP!!! (6 replies - 7143 views)

Yup - I'd have also suggested British Masters...they appear to break a JH every couple of weeks or so. Their shipping is often a bit ...   08-18-2005 06:44 pm

Body & interior stuff > BUMPER? HOOD HELP!!! (6 replies - 7143 views)

Sorry - don't have a bumper for ya! And you can buy a good hood (and have it shipped to you from anywhere in the world) ...   08-17-2005 12:27 pm

Cooling > Temp gauge (3 replies - 6576 views)

The hole in the dash is exactly the same as the size you'll find most temperature gauges at the auto parts store - there aren't ...   08-15-2005 04:49 pm

Cooling > ELECTRIC FAN SWITCH??? (2 replies - 6069 views)

Mark is right - the switch on the Saab that is in the upper hose on the cooling system of the Saab is designed to ...   08-15-2005 04:40 pm

Engine & Transmission > Engine installation/removal (7 replies - 8031 views)

Engine and trans mating is one of those things - if the planets are properly aligned, so too will the engine and transmission. Its just ...   07-20-2005 01:32 pm

Brakes > Inexpensive home-made pressure brake bleeder (22 replies - 46686 views)

I have done this for my Saab with a bicycle pump, basketball air needle and a stock Saab reservoir cap (which has a nice little ...   06-20-2005 02:20 pm

Cooling > Cooling Fan Wiring (6 replies - 10452 views)

I dunno - I had a single fan in a Ford Escort that was wired with a 40 amp fuse. I was not particularly cognizant ...   06-15-2005 01:33 pm

Engine & Transmission > oil (9 replies - 9059 views)

I've run Royal Purple 20/50 in my newly rebuilt engine. No problems, and the oil pressure stayed right where it was supposed to. And Judson... Slick ...   06-15-2005 01:27 pm

Cooling > Cooling Fan Wiring (6 replies - 10452 views)

Just looking for suggestions here - I've found lots of good information on using relays to get power to my fans (a dual-fan setup behind ...   06-13-2005 05:03 pm

Engine & Transmission > Valve Shims (5 replies - 17861 views)

Was poking around the net and found a resource that noted valve shims for a Lotus Europa can be bought at Detroit Deisel (they're not ...   04-06-2005 06:54 pm

Electrical & Instruments > rear light flashing (4 replies - 5792 views)

Sounds like proper behavior for a blinker to me! :) How about some more specifics...which light is flashing? (I assume that it isn't the blinker...or the ...   04-05-2005 12:11 pm


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