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Re: Is this a Scam?

Thanks Geoff! Last time we got together you broke a wrist, so I was trying to give you time to forget… I’ve been in a non-Hudson zone for a while, but
Peter Ransom
May 18
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16913

Re: Is this a Scam?

Peter, I have the clips and tube you need. I must admit filing your water tube in the "Must do someday" slot, so will get on to that and post everything to
Geoffrey Clark
May 18
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16912

Re: Is this a Scam?

Hi Karl, Hope you can help. What I’m really after is a nice ’29 radiator shell. Doesn’t need to be perfect, just rust-free and with reasonable chrome
Peter Ransom
May 18
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16911

Re: Is this a Scam? [1 Attachment]

That looks like a pretty decent 29. Peter I have perhaps some of what you are looking for except the water manifold. I made mine out of stainless. Maybe I
Karl Hamson
May 18
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16910

Re: Is this a Scam?

Sure enough, this guy came back wanting me to pay via Western Union. I told him no deal. From: HudsonSuperSix16-29@yahoogroups.com
Peter Ransom
May 17
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16909

Re: Is this a Scam?

Hi Peter, I too received these emails as I have an ad in our website. I found info on the first from other car enthusiasts indicating a scam. Have done nothing
pjwilko54
May 16
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16908

Re: Is this a Scam? [1 Attachment]

Pete, No Paypal, no buy! There's a level of protection you must demand and if he wants to sell let him meet your payment requirements!. There aren't many who
Jack Mcmullen
May 16
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16907

Is this a Scam?

Hi guys, In the last month or so I've had two emails like the one below, offering to sell me parts from a '29 Sedan (attached). From different names but the
Peter Ransom
May 16
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16906

Question on Balancing

Ceramic beads VS glass beads: GLASS, which is a softer material than ceramic, has a tendency to break down into powder which is susceptible to clumping and is
barto003 University of Minnesota
May 4
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16905

Re: Question on Balancing

Hi Pete, Interesting.....but I'm not sold for a tube tire. I see the physics, understandable, but virtually redistributes to unbalanced with every stop.
    Jack Mcmullen
    May 4
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    16904

    Re: Question on Balancing

    This might help: https://engineering.stackexchange.com/questions/6015/how-do-tire-balancing-beads-work Peter From: HudsonSuperSix16-29@yahoogroups.com
      Peter Ransom
      May 4
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      16903

      Re: Question on Balancing

      Hi Pete, For the sake of my need to know, how do these beads balance a rotating tire? How many Kg per tire. And does this just compensate for a tire added to
        Jack Mcmullen
        May 3
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        16902

        Re: Question on Balancing

        Hi all, My mate Jak’s remarks re glass beads: On eBay Australia there are 25kg bags 850/600UM which is as far as I can see identical to the expensive
          Peter Ransom
          May 3
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          16901

          1916 Racer in The Old MOtor

          http://theoldmotor.com/?p=164023 Peter R.
          Peter Ransom
          May 2
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          16900

          Re: Question on Balancing

          I guess the drivers of this era seldom opened them up to our speeds. The wheel wobble would be pretty bad. What kind of beads? Small enough to fit thru the
            Jack Mcmullen
            May 2
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