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EFV-8 Club Forum / General Ford Discussion / 1935 ford

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Mpgp1999
06-07-2022 @ 9:08 PM
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Hello I just purchased a 1935 Ford and I plan on using this as a daily commuter. I seem to be having a problem with the carburetor it backfires at speeds above 40 and it appears to be quite gutless. If I give it a little choke the backfiring ceases. These brakes are hydraulic I do not know if they are self adjusting. The radio does not function I am not sure how to repair it.

40 Coupe
06-08-2022 @ 5:26 AM
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The original Carb for the 35 is the Stromberg 48, what Carb. do you have? The Mfg and the model are usually embossed in the metal. Post a photo or two here. Have you put a vacuum gauge on the engine while at idle? What are the results? A vacuum leak will cause the engine to run lean and better when the choke is pulled out.

51504bat
06-08-2022 @ 6:29 AM
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See this link about early Ford Hydraulics. They aren't self adjusting.
https://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/threads/help-with-early-ford-drum.1265094/#post-14494606

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CharlieStephens
06-08-2022 @ 11:38 AM
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The brakes are probably early Ford hydraulics. Post a picture of the 6 o'clock portion of the backing plates and people will be able to tell you if they are pre or post war. This is important as some parts are different. If they are early Ford hydraulics they are not self adjusting.

The attached photo is the '46-'48 style. The pre war brakes would have two threaded studs and nuts coming out in this location. Be sure all 4 are the same or at least the same on each axle.

The master cylinder mount is usually the place that things get bad, can you post a photo of yours?

Charlie Stephens

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Mpgp1999
06-09-2022 @ 6:13 PM
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Many of the original gauges do not function

Mpgp1999
06-09-2022 @ 6:14 PM
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These are the brakes that are on the car I do not know if these are the original style shocks.

trjford8
06-10-2022 @ 7:22 AM
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Those brakes are the early style hydraulics. Your shocks are not original. you have an aftermarket conversion to tube shocks. If you are using this car as a daily driver you should be able to get new tube shocks to replace those on the car at Napa Auto Parts.

zeke3
06-10-2022 @ 11:50 AM
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Your car has 39-41 Lockheed style brakes based on the presence of the two lower adjustment screws shown in the picture.

CharlieStephens
06-10-2022 @ 11:50 AM
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Your brakes are prewar. You can tell because there are two studs and nuts at the 6 o'clock position. The post war backing plates are shown in my previous attached photo.


JM
06-10-2022 @ 11:57 AM
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That carburetor is not a Stromberg, and I believe the carburetor that's on there is subject to blowing power valves if the engine backfires through the carb. Also, that type of air cleaner/filter being used can be very restrictive causing a rich fuel to air mix going into the intake manifold.

John

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