6764Re: New member and Questions
- Sep 3, 2001The lead was put into the gas to help keep the valves cool, I
think I seen a report that stated that it appears that there is no
apperant problems with running on unleaded. If anyone else has heard
this report please back me up.
Just my 2 cents worth, Bob.
--- In classicrv@y..., "Duane" <deschwar@h...> wrote:
> Probably so - but I think your valves and valve seats will self
> destruct pre-maturely.
> --- In classicrv@y..., malabar13@h... wrote:
> > Welcome to the group... Seems funny about adding the aditive...
> > have a 64 1/2 mustang with a 289 v-8 4 bl. runs fine on
> > --- In classicrv@y..., haljr57us@y... wrote:
> > > --- In classicrv@y..., tony12550@y... wrote:
> > > > I have been reading some of the other Boondocking groups.
> > > think
> > > > I caught the RV bug. This is the Question I came across an
> > > > midd 60s 24 foot The only name on the side is [sightseer}.
> > has
> > > a
> > > > 318 dodge (44000 miles) and 3 speed auto. The rig is
> > on
> > > a
> > > > very heavy fram (very little rust) with tandom wheels. In
> > > it
> > > > is in pretty good shape. The gas ref was replaced with a ac-
> > one
> > > > the water heater looks shot.
> > > > My bigest concen is was this eng was meant to be run on
> > gas
> > > > and what do I do about it. Any othe information would be of
> > > > help . The asking price is less than a grand so I have some
> > to
> > > > play with. Thanks in advance.
> > >
> > >
> > > HAL HERE. WELCOME TO THE GROUP. AS TO RUNNING ON LEADED GAS,
> > > ARE 2 THINGS YOU CAN DUE. ONE IS GET THE LEAD ADDATIVE AND PUT
> > THE
> > > GAS TANK EVERY TIME YOU GAS. THE SECOND IS REMOVE THE HEADS AND
> > HAVE
> > > THE HEADS REBUILT. THE VALVES AND VALVE SEATS WILL HAVE TO BE
> > > REPLACED. i AM NOT CURTAN ABOUT THE GAS TANK FILLER NECK, YOU
> > > HAVE TO REPLACE IT ALLSO. GOOD LUCK. YOU WILL FIND IT A CHANGLE
> > > OWENING AN OLD RIG AND TRYING TO FIND THE PARTSTO REPARE IT,
> > > IS ALL SO REWARDING TO KNOW WHAT YOU HAVE DONE AND THE JOYS OF
> > USING
> > > IT.
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