Check out the first EVER video from the Service Station Blog!
I was having trouble shifting Henry’s 3-on-the-tree transmission now that it’s getting colder because the nearly 50 year old grease in the steering column thickens up when cold. During the summer months it was no problem, but when the mercury dipped into the teens it became quite the workout (as if manual steering and 255/70/15 tires aren’t enough!). Watch this short video to learn how to disassemble the upper part of a steering column on a classic Bow Tie.
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2 thoughts on “First EVER Service Station Video!”
what type of screwdriver was that? that is the most fascinating part of the video since i don’t own that truck 🙂
Ryan it’s called a Kobalt Double Drive ratcheting screwdriver from Lowes. Amanda got it for me for Christmas one year. http://m.lowes.com/pd/Kobalt-13-in-1-Double-Drive-Screwdriver/50175547. Thanks for the comment!