<VV> todays PG fun
65crownv8 at gmail.com
Mon Aug 2 20:28:00 EDT 2010
I use an old teletype repair tool designed especially for installing
"e"-clips. looks like a flat blade screwdriver with a groove ground in it.
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On Mon, Aug 2, 2010 at 12:02 PM, <N2VZD at aol.com> wrote:
> todays fun was putting new E clips in two late model powerglide valve
> bodies i found in my stock. i dont remember how i did it before. i was
> the darn eclip all over the place until i took a pair of cheapie small
> flat nose pliers and did a little grinding. now that job goes quick.
> another special corvair tool for my collection.
> i plan on posting pictures of them on the _www.cnycorvair.com_
> (http://www.cnycorvair.com) site soon.
> how i did them before is a mystery to me now. how do you " pro's" do it?
> long nose wont hold them.
> now to install one of them in my rampy without tearing the powertrain out.
> regards, tim colson rummy extrodinare corvair guy.
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