Hot tank service Long Island

84cutspreme

84cutspreme

Royal Smart Person
Jun 4, 2009
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in farmingdale see doug at fulton street auto. he has hot tank and sonic tank
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Bonnewagon

Bonnewagon

Geezer
Sep 18, 2009
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#12
Slow- I forgot your name- sorry for that. It's been a while but I remember you are in Maspeth with the 442 in the garage. I can't use the springs so just keep them. If you put them in the 442 the rear would be up high like '70's drag racing attitude. I prefer the raised up stance and I consider it NYC pot hole prevention. 84cutspreme thanks- that's another shop I didn't know about.
 
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slow 442

Not-quite-so-new-guy
Jan 16, 2014
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Mark,my name is Dave. I still have the olds but if i put the springs in it im going to need a ladder to get in it lol. The were perfect in the wagon when i was hauling heavy stuff but might be a bit much for the olds. Im going to be cleaning up the garage over the winter and i thing i have some qjet carbs i might send your way.
 
Bonnewagon

Bonnewagon

Geezer
Sep 18, 2009
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#14
Dave! Right! Please excuse my fading memory. Yeah, those springs were tall in my Bonnewagon too. I needed them to haul beer from PA but I have reformed. Yes, I can always use Q-jets. Don't dump them- I'll make the trip. Is the 442 running?
 
pontiacgp

pontiacgp

Canadian Prime Minister
Mar 31, 2006
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#15
I need to remember to wear my glasses, I read the title wrong and thought you were looking for one of these....

 
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slow 442

Not-quite-so-new-guy
Jan 16, 2014
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Ill let you know when i dig them out! 442 is up and running with a supercharged 93 lt1 4l60 combo at the moment,still have the 455 and all the important parts waiting around for cash and time.
 
Bonnewagon

Bonnewagon

Geezer
Sep 18, 2009
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#17
Did you steal the LT1 from the Roadmaster? My daughter has one in her '95 Formula and I despise working on them.
 
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slow 442

Not-quite-so-new-guy
Jan 16, 2014
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93 z28, the roadmaster is still in one piece..not so bad to work on in a g body
 
Bonnewagon

Bonnewagon

Geezer
Sep 18, 2009
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Yes, I guess there is more room in the wagon. In an F body you need to hire a midget to change the spark plugs. Have you ever used that Westchester Crank for any machine work?
 
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slow 442

Not-quite-so-new-guy
Jan 16, 2014
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With the wagon its easiest to go thru the wheel well,plug wires are another story. I had a set of heads done about 6 years ago and no problems
 

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