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About Dcreech0

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  1. I can’t get in touch with Randalla at this point. Would you still be interested?
  2. Time Left: 16 days and 18 hours

    • FOR SALE
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    Would anyone be interested in these. Pulled them off my 1971 240z. Not sure what to ask for them but think they are upgrades to some later model su’s. feel free to pm if interested.

    $150

    - US

  3. View Advert 1971 240z round tops Would anyone be interested in these. Pulled them off my 1971 240z. Not sure what to ask for them but think they are upgrades to some later model su’s. feel free to pm if interested. Advertiser Dcreech0 Date 09/11/2021 Price $150 Category Parts for Sale  
  4. I opted to remove the cam to get better access to the springs and seals. I’m ocd that way. I bought one of those o spring compressors that grab the cam but was not happy with how it was working. Hard to clear the cam towers. So I opted to slide the cam out of the towers to get batter access. Hence the removal of the sprocket and chain.
  5. I figured as much. Oh well. I guess it would be a good time to go ahead and replace the chain and tensioner. 😂
  6. Hello all. I was in the process of change out my valve seals today and think I may have added a lot more work for myself. I had read other people’s stories on doing the same job and felt confident. Long story short I have change the valve seal as intended, but the chain tensioner lost tension even with my wedge I used on the chain. I opted to use compressed air through the plug holes to keep the valves up and while doing do it caused the pistons to move, thus moving the chain just enough, thus losing my wedge on the chain. so upon looking at what I’m dealing with now, I have the crank and t
  7. I will swap them when I get home in about and hour and report what I find via video on youtube
  8. Here is a video of the car running/Erving and the tach not working.
  9. https://youtube.com/shorts/d5huZZpAatU?feature=share https://youtube.com/shorts/qyWt6QMMlF0?feature=share https://youtube.com/shorts/s3u_VdbvO3c?feature=share
  10. When doing the continuity tests at the coil and ballast, yes the tach was plugged in.
  11. I will do that now with all three and post the links for you all
  12. It does absolutely nothing. Totally dead
  13. The tach is the correct tach. I have read as much as I could on them and learned It is the four wire tach with the loop that reads current for the rpm.
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