Because the flywheel can then be the fan. Of course nobody was going to notice this answer on the FP.
Can you imagine being the one to christen this ship? How did they keep a straight face?
Metaframe sounds like an awesome Mecha Anime title, but it’s not. It was one of the oldest makers of Aquariums in the world.
And further reading, where it gets really interesting: https://www.hemmings.com/blog/article/the-industrial-jeep-1943-ntx/
Started pulling the drive shafts out of the ‘68 Saab today.
Not sure why I have been getting comments on a two year old post about how buying used tires is a waste of money 99% of the time. Love being told I’m an idiot for buying new tires, even though this is often more economical anyway when all costs and time are taken into consideration...
Definitely not a stock 2cv, but the stock 2cv has as much (if not a bit more) suspension travel than a Ford Raptor, which makes this possible.
Thinking about finding an oil-bath filter for the Bajaab. Then noticed this centrifugal pre-filter for a Farmall Cub. These are pretty cool. They’re still used on tractors and trucks today, although they look a lot different now.
I’m looking into how I should go about outfitting the Bajaab with a CB radio, and have already read up on where to mount an antenna and what effects its position on the vehicle have. What I can’t find much about though is the mount itself.
Vacuum gauge, economy meter - Stewart Warner Motor Minder. I think I’m going to put this on the ‘68 Saab since it has a manifold vacuum port that’s not doing anything.
Had a severe vacuum leak on the Saab that was causing it to die at idle. The carburetor base plate was loose on one side, and since it is held to the carb with screws from the bottom, I had to pull it off the engine to tighten it up.
Official upload, for free. I haven’t seen it since the 90's. What a weird idea for a movie.
Taken with an Exakta VX500 on Kodak Ektar.
Charlie Sheen drives a 1968 Saab 95, and battles aliens, in what is a surprisingly entertaining movie - with a few laughably badly aged special effects.