In a message dated 6/20/01 9:10:24 AM Mountain Daylight Time,
> So I've had the Rivergate conversion up and running for several
> years now, and I see no reason to put the ribcase back. Nor
> do I feature "saving" the ribcase to keep the Midget intact, so
> to speak, for some later buyer. I'd like to be rid of the
> So, final 5-speed question, especially to all you other
> 5-speeders out there: How did you dispose of your old
> ribcase tranny?? Does anyone need one for a core?
> Anyone need a particularly Brit boat anchor? Will a
> scrap yard take it? (I just don't think I'm gonna put it out
> on the curb for the trash guys to pick up.)
> Suggestions welcome.
chuck! CHUCK! are you OK? When did you develop a pinky for the shift key?
I didn't think it was really you!!
..You really only need two tools. WD40 and Duct tape. Things that are
supposed to move and don't get WD40 and things that are not supposed to move
and do get Duct tape....