I wasn't going to make a start until I sold at least one of the four bikes I am trying to sell... then yesterday I thought “yeah... nah... just start now and see what happens”*. I have some old 1936 Chev parts that are destined to be on a 1940's style dry lakes roadster, sort of like this... But since that project is far off in the distant future, I thought it'd be cool to use the wheels on a bike I came up with the name a while back and then started thinking of other names... ones with “ten” or relating to ten somehow, since this is build off ten. But there were a lot I liked and I just confused myself, so I decided to go with the original name... SIDEBOLT. It is a reference to “stovebolt”, which is the nickname given to old Chevrolets due to the type of bolts used on the engine side cover. Also because the wheels will be mounted from one side on single sided stays. And now for the all important photos: 1936 Chev wheel... Here's the basic plan... I decided that removing the brake drums would be the first task because I need to be sure that I can use them the way I want. One side was easy, the other is stuck and is going to be a pain. Axle with one drum removed... Brake... Removing the brake... Brake removed... Removing kingpin... Stub and brake... And a new packet of soap to wash my hands... Now to attack the other side Anyone have any advice on how to free up stuck brake drums Glen. *Disclaimer: I have absolutely no idea if this will work and/or get finished. If you follow along, you do so at your own risk.