Jump to content

jimk

Members
  • Content Count

    30
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

10 Good

About jimk

  • Rank
    Private
  • Birthday 08/16/1915

Personal Information

  • Location
    NY USA

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. Greetings, I broke the differential in my 2-1/2 ton Rockwell air locker (now in a V-100). I need to find two 19 spline side gears. They were used in the Norwegian M621 (M624, M625...). These are similar to the ubiquitous M35A2 deuce and half side gears (which have 16 splines). I have tried to find them in the USA without success. I am here to ask for suggestions where to look for them in Norway or nearby. Is there a military vehicle boneyard/ junkyard/ vendor... in or near Norway? Thank you Jim Green jimk13027@twcny.rr.com
  2. You would have to machine/ mill the left side flat and add 4 bolt holes. Then the mount would be cobbled and very hard to restore. I have a spare late cradle (not for sale) and can provide pictures if asked. The trays are fairly easy to find. The link provided earlier apparently has both (but they tend to be expensive there). I got my late tray a few years ago for 30 or 40$ US at the Gilbert PA swap meet. Mounts seem to run 100-350 depending on condition and how complete they are. The pins are avail on ebay. I just got the 9/16" front pin assy #7070292, nos, for 23$+ 2$. If you look
  3. M23 Equilibrator .50 Cal Mount US GI tray, early M23 tray, late https://www.bmgparts.com/products/BasketorTray.jpg source https://www.bmgparts.com/ M23 cradle parts (attached)
  4. Version 1.0.0

    38 downloads

    Cadillac Gage V-100 factory parts manual, part #101927, .pdf, 79MB, 260 pages. Suggested view - set to single page, zoom set to fit visible.
  5. Sorry about the slow reply. I did not see your question until today. The trailer is a commercial 10 ton Talbert w/ electric brakes. The frame is the same as their 20 ton and looks very strong. The axles/ e-brakes are Dexter. The e-brakes are a disappointment. I rebuilt them and still seem weak. The data plate allows for 11 tons if speed is under 50mph. The Stalwart is at the 11t max capacity. I put on 8 new tires, load range e or f. They are near the max rating on the sidewall. I will not drive the loaded trailer my asphalt driveway. Trailer feels safe but I would much rather have air brakes.
  6. Let's assume we find a way to blow 250 mph -20*F air over the cylinder heads. The mug on the Stalwart isn't very hydrodynamic so I'd guess 20 mph might be a realistic top speed, fully loaded. With petrol consumption around 6 gallons per minute and 3 minutes to go one mile we're talking about 18 gallons per mile. Since the marine cargo load is 4 metric tons, half of which will be used for the engine and mechanicals, we have room for 2 tons of fuel. At 7 lbs per gallon we'll have 628.5 gallons for a range of 34.9 miles. The required fuel is 115/145 PN is not available today but we can use 100LL
  7. Engine- about 3811 lbs prop hub- maybe 100 lbs motor mount- maybe 250 lbs
  8. No, but I'd like to find one. I was having lunch at the diner yesterday, with pal Dave, after putting the Stalwart away (after a local truck show). He was telling me that I should find someone, that a team has many benefits, how his new-ish wife likes to cook, just for the sake of cooking.... Somewhere along the line I joked, "I need to find a girl that likes sandblasting (the inside of the v100 a soon to be nasty summer task). He laughed then said, "you'll find her but she'll probably like women". Soo, the turret is a T50 or something. The Aussies used them on the 113 too. The over-spray slow
  9. Engine stand is 7'9" tall and about 17-1/2' ft long. The motor mount would normally bolt to the wing spar with just 4 bolts. Hopefully next month I'll use the Stalwart to mount engine. Torsion axles should lower trailer 4 inches.
  10. Greetings all, I thought a few here might enjoy photos of my 1969 V100 project. Figure the album is lower profile than a thread. Some photos are resent, some old, some are before I got it when it was being used as a movie/tv prop. For details hold cursor over photo... http://hmvf.co.uk/forumvb/album.php?do=editpictures&albumid=715 Also, the thread for my 4360 engine project. Nothing new. Sadly, I was unable to find time to paint stand this year. Installing the engine w/Stalwart should make for a interesting photo next spring. http://hmvf.co.uk/forumvb/showthread.ph
  11. Installing a dynafocal motor mount. More parts picked up at Anderson Areomotive in Idaho last Nov. These also act as vibration isolators. Forged(?) steel, they weigh about 100 lbs for all 7. Seems heavy for an aircraft part, yet the engine is retained by just those 7 circle clips. Photo 2- Spare nose case. Planetary gear reduction is 3.75:1. When you see engines cranking over very slowly on start-up it's just the prop that's slow. At max engine top speed (2700 rpm) the prop is turning 720 rpm. The shaft on left is supported by the inside front end of the crankshaft. Otherwise, media bl
  12. Greetings, Photos of my aircraft engine project. Current focus is on the engine stand but the goal is to start it. The engine is a R-4360-63A off an Air Force Globemaster II. Displacement is 4,360 cu inch. Rated power at 3,800. It was made around 1954. The motor mount is KC97, something I got it in Idaho last Nov. The picture of the partial engine/stand is one of the parts donor there. Trailer is 7-1/2' tall and 16' long. Frame is 6' wide made mostly of 3/8 wall material. The top cross member/oil tank (15 gal) is 1/4 wall. The frame right side is for fuel. The bottom gussets will be b
  13. If you are already using all available fuel the only thing a turbo will do is quiet things down and lower EGT. If you turn up the IP you'll see the power and EGT increase. Change is very linear and RPM dependent. After just 2 adjustments you should be able to predict what additional IP changes will get you. The highest EGT usually occur at lower RPM's (because air flow is lower). I have found that 13psi@ 2500rpm is EGT safe when towing max loads (w/the newer style head gaskets).
  14. You'll like the turbo. It will clean up the smoke and add power depending on how you adjust the pump. 20-30% more power seems to be safe. I had to turn my pump down ~2-1/2 turns (after adding a turbo) to get to that level. Currently there is a whistler on one of big on-line auction sites, though 275$US seems a bit high. Deals pop up from time to time. I paid $100US for a healthy non-whistler(D type) that was on e-bay a few years back. It came with some needed bits like the exhaust coupler and oil line. The j pipe can be found new. There are clean air kits w/o turbo that have most of what you'l
×
×
  • Create New...