Had mine apart 12 years ago but having a hard time remembering how it made contact. The wire from one button connects with the wire of a second button the wire from there and the third button wire join together at the plunger. The plunger and the spring go into the tube in the canceling cam. The plunger is spring loaded to make contact when the wheel is turned. I think. Sorry no pics.
Thank you, Billy. Some oldtimers setting in. Only a year and a half ago I bought the #61 to #80 drill set and the #6-32 bottoming tap to drill emulsion ports and air bleeds for installation of jets in my 4150 style carburetor. Saw the logo laying on the shelf and couldn't remember where it came from and what it was for. I hope it doesn't get so bad I forget where my car is when/if it ever warms up enough to drive it.
Hello. I have complete interior set for sale for 69 firebird. Front seats COMPLETELY redone all new parts, and upholstery, even comes with slides and mounts, even has new curved headrest, headrest alone are around $300. Rear seats have new cushion and upholstery. All new door panels, with arm rests, ash tray inserts, etc. Headliner, carpet, firewall insulation pad, kick panels, dome light, pillar posts, sale panels, can even include some handles, water shields. Rear filler pieces for deluxe interior that is in rear. Sun visors with mounts. All interior is black. The only thing I don't have with this is dash pad. Complete kit for $1500. New emergency brake assembly, $50. New Right Stuff stainless steel emergency brake cable set. $90, all the way to rear. Wiper switch $75. Brand new cluster gauge dash panel, $250. All BRAND new steering linkage, linkage has been por-15, just like powder coated linkage, all for power steering, these pitman arms alone are around $300 same with V8 centerlink around $300 or more, . Selling all linkage for $500. Original wiper arms $40. Original rear view mirror, $30. I also have other items, to many to list. Let me know if you might need something not listed. Sure would like to sell everything as package deal. I would say everything valued minimum $4500-$5000 easily or more, Will sell all for $3000. Also have heater cables , all duct work, heater box with new heater core, astro vent knobs and ducting, original emergency brake assembly, 1 nice and working with keys non tilt steering wheel, and another just for core, will include all this with Total $3000 deal. Thanks Jerry. 314-605-6113
I live just north of Tampa, FL. A few years ago I was introduced to Ken Keefer in Brooksville, FL. I was wanting him to rebuild my motor for me but it appears he has closed shop. I drove by his shop today and it has been renamed KDK Auto (Ken D. Keefer maybe?). I have emailed the new shop name to see if he is still active with them but who knows?
Just in case, does anyone know of a reputable engine builder / machine shop in the Tampa Bay area?
Anybody have any lying around? My 68 currently has a 12 Bolt, wouldn’t mind finding the correct one to have on hand or maybe even install. PHS says it was a 3:36.
Sorry for the ignorance, but what actually distinguishes a Pontiac 10 Bolt from a Chevy? Pontiacs are the 8.2”? Chevy had each? Just curious if there is some obvious differences when searching through a swap meet etc?
Post update - parts sold. - GM '67-'68 Firebird front bumper upper filler plate (the big plate that everything mounts to) Satin black powder coated. Perfect. $100 - (2) GM '67 Firebird front valances. Both GM - one dented in the center, one nice. You pick, $50 ea. - Nice one is sold.
Hey how you doing I have a 67 Firebird I'm interested in putting a post up add a keep sending me to private message I did it once about six months ago but I can't seem to get it today appreciate if you could help me
I ended up talking the Wagner Brake and they were very familiar with this problem, especially on our cars. Their recommendation was to bend the tabs (ears) on the pads more to were they are real tightly pressed onto the calipers. I tried that last night with 12" cannel locks and no I can longer make them move or hear the click by manually rotating the axle. So...nother one down.
Yup, it's square with a corner cut off. A bunch of research is available online. I'm aware of all the obvious topics and was not wasting anyone's time. I have new questions. I'm pretty sure the pan is from a '77 TH350.
UPDATE: i found partial vin on Driver's side just above pan. It's a match to the car's vin. It is a '69 TH350 original gloss black (dirty) and works super nice. Shifts a bit quick into second and won't stay in kickdown for more than a couple seconds.