RE: [GFS] storage of jack assembly
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RE: [GFS] storage of jack assembly

Thanks for the input. I agree with the threaded stud idea much easier for
removal at some future time.



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From: goldenfin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:goldenfin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf
Of Bjwt56@xxxxxxx
Sent: Sunday, November 05, 2006 6:34 PM
To: goldenfin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [GFS] storage of jack assembly

    Richard Main in California was fooling  around with making the 56 Fury
corners, but don't know what became of  it.
    You might also try the guy in  Vancouver, WA that I referred to in my
email to Ron Swartley about having  the studs welded on the corners.  He
specializes in stainless trim and  might be able to make them for you a lot
better than a die maker.  You will  find information on him on page 5 of the
September/October 2006 GFS  Newsletter.  He did a really nice job for me.
    I would advise all 56 Fury (and  possible 57 and 58's) to have threaded
studs welded onto the corners.  Then  they will not come off or break.  The
reason the studs come off the  original 56's is that the corner is stainless
and the stud is plain  soft iron.  When corrosion takes over where they
join, the stud breaks  off.  Then you will have to go to Helen Hunt for new
ones.  You know, if they come off, go to hell and hunt for new ones.
    John Teske
P. S.  If anyone wants to know how to screw up the  front pump and drive
sleeve on a Powerflite transmission, I can tell  you how to do it.

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