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Plymouthy Adams

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  1. any of your local big box stores should be able to get what you need for tune up, HOWEVER it is critical that you purchase the parts based on the number on the distributor tag....
  2. I have not seen one specifically advertised for the P15, but there are many out there that can be adapted to this roof line. I suggest looking at some of the import station wagons of 70-mid 80's as I find these not only close in size but often one that can be altered to fit easily. And as always, peruse E-bay, lets you know what is out there for the most part. You can use Universal roof rack or vintage roof rack as searches...don't just limit yourself to this forum...be proactive...find one that suits your eye
  3. the search engine requires minimum letter..T5 is too short of a term.... using parenthesis and + and quotes will ensure grouping of words for a more defined return....without them you get returns like 812 pages instead of 8-20 for example...
  4. good deal......ole Bob looks the same as about 8 years ago....
  5. our search engine has evolved over the years and today has a return similar to google and is not as clear and concise. You have to tweak your search words and syntax to get a good clean applicable list of threads. There are eight pages of threads on the PCV subject....
  6. even with the best of tools it is a learned process....while not really that difficult, it can be tricky if having to create a number of angles on a single line. The new nickel copper lines do make this task a bit easier.
  7. lottery...lobotomy....either will work.....lol
  8. cut it out, you guys making me feel claustrophobic
  9. do the math...higher you inflate the cost...the more taxes they can levy...and trust me they need the tax money out there...….giving everything away free only works for a few seconds...
  10. amen...done a few, easier than fall backwards off a log....cost.....buy three more cars to work with the money saved....of course, these are not plastered all over the hot rod mag advertisement pages...(mopar would sue them to ruination)
  11. start with what is stock, normally in these years the wheels are neutral...when fit within the wheel well....what room do you have for fitting larger/wider wheels, do not forget the front turning radius. Modern wheels that are the most prevalent on the market are positive offset. Utilizing them requires that one use a spacer. Take your new found measurements, compare to the rim you have in advertised offset as these will naturally move the wheel closer to the frame, figure your spacer/adapter requirement. Finding Negative offset wheels will be tough, buying custom built well, your measurements better be dead on as you are now spending cash for a non returnable item. In wheels and tire size study the charts as how the interchanging wheel size and tire ratio aspects come into play also, how going up in one you need to go down in the other to stay same/close revs per mile. It is not hard, just take a few minutes. Shorten the time in all this by finding what wheel you like, the see what you can do to make these work.
  12. if you had burnt the car by looking at that mess, I would not have blamed you...
  13. he probably passed while I was buying a DVD of some of his antics recorded on them......was shocked to hear that he passed on the day I bought his video... I was told that the original uncut version of the dentist visit has the scene where Harvey actually pissed himself laughing....
  14. if you got nothing going out...you have no need for a way to return.....plugging it is the same as the folks with shut off valves at the back of the head...
  15. as it is a rectangle fixed position shaft and belcrank, you may be able to drill the shaft, tap and fix it in place with a screw and washer...it just typically needs to hold this in a position not to fall off….you may drill just a shallow hole. back the back side against something solid and then swage the hole to fit tightly again. brazing it will fix the problem also...given you have the shaft out or find a means to sink the heat in the brazing process....this is torch operation...you can super clean and solder or silver solder, what ever you have on hand and best suited at doing.
  16. two grand would be a minimum cost do it yourself fit and weld kit as you hopefully have thrown in the cost of forward frame rails as the coil spring box has to go.....if not considered the forward rails, this is the time to kick that pig...
  17. if they look good no pits or burns....why would you even think about it? worry more about the quides
  18. I will go as far to say that if running, one is as good as the other....
  19. measure the head of the donk.....23 verse 25
  20. I would think horn relay....
  21. we all have our cross to bear...….just where you live, don't cross the bear....
  22. I have always found cherry bombs to be that way.....when the state I lived in many years instated a vehicle safety inspection, I was among some of the earlier licensed inspectors. I had to fail a lot of car murdifiers on poorly done exhausts alone. Scavenger pipes did not even phase me to check fail....some of the others I felt bad for the guy...but scavengers...they just reek of cheap and shortcuts..... go to your local big box store, ask for the Walker catalog, there will be a number of mufflers that will be quiet and still look stock and be less invasive and easier for you to reaccomplish what you have already
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