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Depends what State you're in. Here in Taxifornia they modify the gas by using a high percentage of alcohol and oxigenates in order to lessen your mpg. The rats in Sacramento say it's for cleaner air but everyone knows it's because if your car gets fewer miles per gallon you'll have to buy more gas. ...
- April 7th, 2018, 7:36 am
- Forum: AA Ford Discussion
- Topic: Flatbed Board Finish Options.
- Replies: 7
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Oak is the wrong wood to use on a bed, unless it is sealed completely it will cup and warp in the weather over time. Many people seem to use oak for exposed use but it was never used for that purpose. Yellow pine, maple would be the better material.
Rather than pull out the old casing, I ran a bailing wire from the instrument end to the end of the casing; 81" exactly. So it looks like the overall length of the "shaft" should be 82.2, as Bob stated. Doesn't look like any supplier has the shaft in the proper original length.
Yes, of course that would be the thing to do but a real hassle pulling the casing out of the truck and measuring it. I just thought someone would have the information I need without having to do that.
Now I am confused. I didn't want a new casing and can't find the other end of the cable, so I can't measure mine. My truck is late '29. I see various cable repair options but none have the keyed end I need. Ideas?