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Reg Evans

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  1. Exciting 1933 Dodge project!

    Yes Knuckle, the reason I couldn't use the original drums on the later rear end was due to the fact that the '33 axles are smaller in diameter than the mid 50's. The profile of the original wheels is much different than the later wheels so that the wire wheels were not coming in contact with the later drums where the lug nut holes are.
  2. Exciting 1933 Dodge project!

    Very nice car ! Do you know what the more modern rear axle installed was from ? I have a 33 Plymouth sedan with a 4.37 rear gear ratio that I would like to replace with a better ratio for cruising that will work with the original wire wheels. I tried a mid 50's Plymouth with a 3.9 ratio but the wire wheels don't work with the 50's brake drums.
  3. Flathead six identification

    Is the KDS6 engine 23" long or 25" long? Your existing 218 should be 23" long.
  4. New 1950 dodge Truck to me

    I added a day/night mirror in the stock location.
  5. Tie Down Hooks - Thoughts?

    Some from eBay and others from old parts trucks I had.
  6. Tie Down Hooks - Thoughts?

    Here are mine.
  7. Saw this on FB. MOPAR option or custom?

    I've always heard that two heads are better than one. Sorry...that was a ruff attempt at punning. Doggoneit...now I can quit.
  8. Cheap 218 in Idaho

    It was but I sold it in the late 90's. It was a great truck. I use to use it in my construction business and as a daily driver. Drove it over Donner pass several times. Good body and no rust. Just needed paint and some grill bars.
  9. Cheap 218 in Idaho

    I cab confirm that. I had a 50 1/2 tom with fluid drive. "The Gray Mare"
  10. Cheap 218 in Idaho

    Looks like it's a fluid drive. Wish I was closer.
  11. Game plan

    The 52 Plym Cambridge 218 was rated at 97hp. A 52 Dodge Coronet 230 was rated at 103hp. If you were lucky enough to find a later 50's 230 they were rated at 138hp !
  12. 1949 detective needed to identify two items

    Warming it up with a hair dryer might help too.
  13. Belt replacement

    Or .....get a slightly larger belt.
  14. Cold start problem Weber conversion?

    Are you saying your original carb is not squirting gas down the carb. If not your accel pump is dried out and not working.
  15. Wiring Harness

    Here's another company that supplies wiring harnesses. http://www.ynzyesterdaysparts.com/catalog/classic_wire_harnesses.html
  16. Dim headlights

    I followed these instructions that came with it.
  17. A place for the spare

    Now that truly is a Job Rated pickup !!!
  18. Dim headlights

    I bought 3 different kinds for my cars. I just made sure they had instructions. Found them on eBay by searching 6 VOLT HEADLIGHT RELAY. I did my 33 Plymouth, 39 Chrysler, and 42 dodge. ebay #'s 311988207118,162737275380, and 401422563935
  19. Dim headlights

    As stated earlier on my 42 Dodge coupe I was only getting 4.5 volts to the headlight socket without the engine running so the new halogen bulbs were dimmer than the conventional ones. I then installed a relay and cleaned all connections and got a reading of 5.8 volts at the socket. Yay !!!! Brighter lights now !!!!
  20. Strange engine #

    I've never seen this type of engine number before. 23"...... Has anyone here ? REX 60019 It's in a 47 Dodge 1 ton I'm going to sell
  21. Pilothouse spotted locally

    All Pilot House trucks could be ordered with wing windows.
  22. Show us your suburbans

    I did Ed. Now the buyer is selling it.
  23. Show us your suburbans

    On eBay now. https://www.ebay.com/itm/1956-Plymouth-Sport-Suburban/352070898544?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2055119.m1438.l2649 https://www.ebay.com/itm/1956-Plymouth-Suburban-Custom-4-door-wagon/372167080112?hash=item56a6e2f8b0:g:KNIAAOSwFyhZ8fLY&vxp=mtr
  24. This manifold is for the 25" engines. Is it for a combine er somethin?
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