I finally have the starter put back together. Just in time to move the
truck to our new house. And also just in time for nice warm working
weather. I would expect more working time now that the truck and I are in
the same zipcode and even the same building.
Starter saga starts here, no real story, mostly just progression pictures
(mostly for my benefit, if nothing else, when I put it back together) and
small comments. (Part 2 is the new piece. The first page is the same if you
have seen it already, except for the link at the bottom to Part 2.)
*** Side note on new house:
Does anyone recommend a floor treatment for the garage? I would like to
at least paint it, but if there is something better than a regular enamel
(or a good reason for a special "floor treatment" product rather than just
paint) please let me know your preferences and/or experiences. I am just
fine with a low tech cheaper approach even if it doesn't last as long as an
honest to goodness shop floor coating. Any comments on what works or
definitely WILL NOT work are welcome.
Currently rebuilding and fixing, soon to be truckin'.
I'll keep you all posted. Thanks for the insights and comments.
1948 Chevrolet Thriftmaster 3804 1-Ton
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