Second day out on the Beezer and the plungers retainer screw came out. Had me stressed out! Didn't know what it was and thought it was a lot worse. The gear lever would stick and I could only get up into second. So I had to get towed home Sunday. Yesterday and tonight I split the cases and went to work on it. Just put it back together and started her up. I have to re-time the Boyer but all seems to be well. Tomorrow I'll take her for a spin and see how the gears shift.
""WRENCH,RIDE A LITTLE,AND WRENCH ON THEM SOME MORE !!!!!!
Found these while sorting through Grandpa's leathercraft box! Shopping for his '58 Ford Pick-up. To make these even cooler, some measurements to build his own camper shell for the same truck. I grew up hearing stories about my Grandpa instaling a 427 in this truck & racing his cousin while on camping trips & such. Look close at the phone numbers on the cards. Oh yeah, almost forgot to mention, he still has the truck & the 427 still in it!
Check out this school! http://www.thecrucible.org/ Rode down to Oakland today for their open house & all I can say is this place is freakin RAD! They offer classes in almost anything that combines industry & art. TIG welding, machine shop, glass blowing, blacksmithing, hell they even offer a class in fire dancing! Evan Wilcox http://www.wilcoxmetal.com/ offers a class in sheet metal forming for motorcycles that I would love to take. If you haven't heard of this guy check his site. Beautiful work! Oh yeah, they also offer a course in motorcycle maintenance. Classes aren't cheap but right now they are offering 30% off tuition. Check em out.