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LazyK

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About LazyK

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  • Gender
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  • Location
    Cheyenne, WY
  • My Project Cars
    1951 Plymouth Cranbrook 1 family owner

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  • Location
    SE Wyoming
  • Interests
    autos

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  1. first experience, though I do not remember it, would have been the ride home from the hospital in 1955 in a 1951Plymouth Cranbrook . Drove the family 1960 Dodge Pioneer station wagon during high school. My first car, I purchased, was a 1972 Dodge Challenger, which I still own. Dodge Lancer and Plymouth voyager mini van while the kids were growing up. Today the daily drivers are a Jeep Liberty and a Dodge Ram 2500. Other than a couple of Toyotas mixed in I have always owned MOPARS . And that 1951Plymouth should be back on the road in the spring
  2. using a block of wood you most likely damaged/dis-formed the center. when I installed mine i used a large socket that fit the diameter of the seal. your first photo is the correct orientation, raised center out. I also found that soaking in oi land placing the yoke on the seal over night, made the final yoke installation easier
  3. LazyK

    axle seals

    there is a seal in your first picture. It looks like the one I just removed from my 51. The seal in your second picture is backwards. the area where the seal fits is slightly smaller than the area where the bearing fits, so you can not judge if it is correct until you remove the original seal. on further review it looks like the seal in your second picture is the grease seal that fits in the brake backing plate, not the oil seal that fits in the axle housing
  4. does anyone know a reason you could not drill out the rear brake drums and install studs from the inside. pro's /con's?
  5. This is what I use with a 5hp 65 gall tank The 3M™ Accuspray™ Spray Gun features a black composite* body, 13 scfm (370�5 L/min) air consumption, 1/4” (1/4” BSP) air inlet and 20 psi (1�4 bar) maximum inlet pressure with full trigger pull **� This spray gun is for use with compressed air systems� https://multimedia.3m.com/mws/media/1278977O/accuspray-one-spray-gun-system-flyer.pdf about $200.00 list
  6. weather strip kit that might fit https://www.ebay.com/itm/Door-Weatherstrip-Set-for-1951-1952-Dodge-DeSoto-Chrysler/322025016320?hash=item4afa2fcc00:g:I1kAAOSwxp9W1lBT
  7. what might have been offered as a option for a back up light for a 51 plymouth? open to suggestion on what other might have adapted to fit their car
  8. nice looking hope to have my 51 plymouth done and on the road this fall
  9. is't 1st gear locked out on a fluid drive?
  10. LazyK

    woodgraining

    also having mine hydro dipped. Dipper did two tests one on a gray primer back ground one on a white back ground. difference was very noticeable hydo dipping should hold as well as paint, as it has a clear coat applied over the top.
  11. try here https://www.ebay.com/itm/Door-WeatherStrip-Set-for-1949-1950-Dodge-DeSoto-Chrysler/321309564700?hash=item4acf8adf1c:g:7VAAAOSw02Fchswu
  12. LazyK

    Paint details

    try these people for your replacement rockers and floor pans https://www.ebay.com/str/classicparts4u/PLYMOUTH-BODY-PANELS/_i.html?_storecat=2433467011
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