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Jay 'Lugnutz' had a set of those he presented to 'Hot Rod Lincoln' a couple years ago in Tennessee.

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Originally Posted by Wayne67vert
Jay 'Lugnutz' had a set of those he presented to 'Hot Rod Lincoln' a couple years ago in Tennessee.
If any one could make one of these bolts work ,,it would be Jay. Jay gave me lots of tips when I rebuilt my T-5 Transmission I installed in my 39 .. He has a couple real nice Old Chevy Trucks 65's I think ,, I know he belongs to this site ,, just dont see him on but rarely ..curious to know more about the set of bolts mentioned here and how he go them,, maybe he made them ??


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Click on his handle “Lugnutz” and you will see that Jay is a frequent poster. Has one going now in Engine Shop and HiPo forum.


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Originally Posted by Justhorsenround
Click on his handle “Lugnutz” and you will see that Jay is a frequent poster. Has one going now in Engine Shop and HiPo forum.
Jay is other forums I belong too also .. I'll let him share which ones ,, He sure does know the insides and outsides of the T-5 trasnsmissions .. and has a nice shop to play with his trucks in.. A good family man ..

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Jay is a consummate magician as well. He does the kind of magic right in your face that leaves you with your mouth open in disbelief.
The kind of magic that used to get fellers burnt at the stake in the Middle Ages.
I have come up with a card trick that i am certain that he has never seen. I can't wait to see him some day soon to show it to him.

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Originally Posted by 52Carl
Jay is a consummate magician as well. He does the kind of magic right in your face that leaves you with your mouth open in disbelief.
The kind of magic that used to get fellers burnt at the stake in the Middle Ages.
I have come up with a card trick that i am certain that he has never seen. I can't wait to see him some day soon to show it to him.
That would be awesome,, I will try and get hold of him and make him aware we are talking about him and get him on here to defend him self .LOL


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