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Old 03-04-2018, 12:18 AM
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Originally Posted by pollolittle View Post
So when i get it warm, and the choke plate not open all the way, loosen screws and rotate the choke housing with the spring in it till the choke opens all the way?
That's correct.

Originally Posted by pollolittle View Post
The biggest problem with driveability, is when it hits any kind of rough road it wants to dart around. Unsettling but u can drive it straight. Based on the steering u are driving a little right to go straight. Let go of wheel and it veers left slightly. Brake hard and it will pull right hard.

Im still rollin on 1971 bias ply tires, then we ni ticed there are only to be aired up to 25.
So im sure with a new set of modern tires, brakes adjusted ,and probably an alignment, it ought to work put pretty goood. We have stabilizer end links ready to put on and already replaced the 1964 ford shocks.
Not only are bias ply tires going to give you a rough ride but if they are indeed 47 years old they are downright dangerous. Do yourself and everyone else on the road a favor and get a set of new radial tires asap.

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