Discussion in 'Got gears?' started by scubasteve455, May 23, 2018.
Thanks Jim. Did not know. I will do as you say. Makes much more sense. And thank you
Yea,the jack stands didn’t work for Ferris Beuller either. You need the car weight for resistance to put load on the gears.
Hah Hilarious. Ferris Beuller my hero
What I do
Well my brake lines are leaking at my junction box. My life sucks
So aggravated .
Who makes the best brake hose that goes over the axle. Should it be brass?
The Junction box (part) what I meant.
U-bolts for rear u-joint BOP and 12 botl chevy with BOP yoke.
Fast Shafts UBK-FS
you can try some of these ...pretty sure they are all for the 1.125 cap and are u-bolts with nuts and lock washers for other peoples references.
If you have Stainless lines you will need to tighten the piss out of them
That’s what I did this morning. Holy crap . I had to keep a long paint stick on the brake pedal all night. To try to slow down leakage
Stainless lines are nice,but they do take a little more to get them to seat and not leak.
You’re getting it,one piece at a time.
If it was was, everyone could do it.
Keep after it, you are getting it done.
I think they are tight came home with long line wrench. They turned again
Will bleed brakes tomorrow . Again
No leaks Thank God. I think once brake fluid got on the threads. I cranked them tight. Drier than a popcorn fart.
I just make my own... Do not trust anyone else these days. Steel... Most cars now do not ever go out in the rain or snow anymore ... just clear coat paint them and your done. clear the wheel cylinder axle shafts any bare metal. Did that with the driveshaft also. They gave gloss satin etc. for the sheen. J D Race