absolutly starring jordan ashtiffany fox Today I was going to take My ’55 Chevy Bel Air out for a drive. But before doing so, I wanted to replace the grinding High Torque starter that was turning the engine over.
http://kongre2013.com/porn/south-scandal So, since I know the engine came out of a 1980 Camaro, I felt confident I would make the right choice at the auto parts store. I drove over and when they looked up the starter they brought one out (which naturally was a bit larger) but the bolt holes were staggered instead of in line with each other. I didn’t think this was right, so I drove home, removed the old starter and looked, sure enough, there were holes for staggered as well as in line ones.
http://ancestorscalling.com/porn/slim-teen-showers-for-20000-money Back to the store I went. But there again, I looked at the started and for some reason it didn’t look right. I got it anyway and brought it home. I climbed back under the car and attempted to squeeze the starter up. No go! I had to remove one of the headers to make the install a bit easier. Now that that was out of the way, the starter slid right up under the engine. I go to bolt it up and damn! I did not even think that the larger starter may need longer bolts. Off the the auto parts store again.
http://johanstellerphotography.com This time, they had packaged bolts there, but only ONE! I went to three different stores before I decided that NAPA should have been the first stop. I got the bolts, went home and got the starter in no problems. the previous issues I had before came from looking at everything upside down and backwards. It sucks getting all confused like that.
http://johanstellerphotography.com Everything was bolted back up and (cross your fingers) here comes the turn of the key. It worked! No more grinding. But now a new noise. Apparently one of the header gaskets is leaking.
Well, I’ve done enough for today. I’ll save the gasket fun for another day soon….