Ok guys, I'm going to try to make this short. I first run a large bolt through the hole in the das pod with the head of the bolt at the small end. Using two flat washers at both ends. Tighten a nut till it clamps real good on it. Then chuck the left over threads,about an inch,into aa 1/2" drill. Clamp the drill in a vice. Now you have a mini lathe. Using several grits of wet sand paper, I sand it real smooth.Starting with 400,and going down to 1200 or 1500 paper. By using the drill to turn the das pod and just holding the paper this goes real quick. Next I go to the buffing wheel and put the drill in reverce . Using the drill to hold the das pod makes it easier to work and putting it in reverce speeds up the buffing process. It might take me 15 min to do one das pod if they aren't too bad.
Use only OE SU kits. Do not get kits from VB(JUNK). Do one carburator at a time so you can use the other one for reference when putting back together. Ckeck side play on throttle shaft. Oh by the way John W was so kind to E mail me and let me know the name is dashpods one word with an H. I asked him so I will throw it out here. I understand the pods part, but where did the dash come from,and why? Anybody out there know?
Thanks Tom, that will help!! I thought that you knew it was dashpods, I just thought it was you typing or spelling. (oh oh I'm in sh%t) Ther are a couple of other things that you type all the time and I kinda figger that its your typing, but what the heck, we all know what you mean and really appreciate your help!! Thanks Tom! (and I mean it)