Thanks all - Big project so not surprised with the number of suggestions and things short of a little polish
And I noticed that someone just posted then removed a nice list of spelling and other errors but I missed the post before you pulled it down. Please send it to me or repost so we can fix/correct them.
i got all excited to hit the garage and go through some parts but when I tried printing it says its password protected against printing...
Is there a reason because I would love a hard copy to use in the garage?
Since its not final I didn't want copies running around until its a bit more "prefect". The final version will be printable
...and at least for the early T-10's a cast date stamp on the pass/right side of the case, a circular cast date stamp on the trans. shift plate and an assembly hand stamped date at the rear of the shifter plate opening. So yes could take some figuring. Brian
Yes and a few different styles of date coding but keeping the focus on our years may help reduce some of those variations
Jeff - Outstanding work, ...............If there is one comment I would make....since this is a reference....I would like to see clear pictures of all items, especially for this document. Example on page 3 and a few others are too blurry. I have pictures of just about everything you have listed here so I can send you some updates offline if that helps. ...............
Some of the pictures were chosen because they showed reference points to help with orientation and such. Likely have another 100 (I assume that your referring to the heavy stamp example on page 3) of those examples so easy to replace. Send over some examples of what you believe are the most annoying blurry ones you found in the document when you find time
As for the question posted (see below) by two of the members related to the PVS and the decoding - will change (have already) from month to it being a question at this point. When Scott was assembling the page about those items on his site we discussed the issue about the meaning of the "'H's and K's" found on them. Our best guess was that "H" might be Holley but it was not based on any findings or documentations - it was something that "fit" the pattern. But yes - thanks for bring that up so it could get correccted
Fair question I'll answer too since my response was the same as John's. I found it on