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    Who Is Actually Driving Their Vintage Mopars?

    Been at both my old house and new house and I also failed to snap photos either time! Of course MN to WI isn't as far....
  2. Can you edit your own thread title?
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    Identify this motor cycle

    As Mater says: "If there ain't no oil under em there ain't no oil in em."
  4. hope someone gets that before it gets grill-less and hemi-less. I see these often for sale complete except hemi and grill.
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    Engine oil gage rubber hose

    I finally made it over to the store this weekend. Got 1 as a sample. I'll hunt up some line and make sure it works as expected. The owner said it wouldn't be an issue to order a bunch of them but it would probably take 3-4 weeks between order and arrival.
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    Mr. Shanks

    The Hang 10s are awesome! Am I remembering the red white and blue theme was part of the 1976 celebration? Or did they make them other years?
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    50 Pilothouse One Ton Brake Issue

    Typically that is from brake fluid contamination on the shoes.
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    Leaking 3 speed

    I have the same issue with my original 3spd and the overdrive. Can't imagine anything that would cause them both to be leakers other than bad luck. I have noticed mine seems to do the majority of the leaking after driving. So maybe the fluid can leak out when its hot and a little thinner?
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    Fuel Filters

    I prefer cereal boxes I made some out of mountain dew cases for my 46 back when I got it too.
  10. FYI for anyone interested its a 46-47 not a 40. And that steering wheel????
  11. This is a 46 truck.
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    Chrome Trim resources

    were you looking for an ash tray like 2 summers ago? I pulled one at the junkyard for someone and then never connected back with them!
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    Winter Is Here In Manitoba

    Dan sounds like you got all our snow. Here in MN its almost Feb and I can still see grass in parts of my yard. We're supposed to have some close to record breaking lows this weekend into next week.
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    Me and the B-1-D

    yup 100% agree. Needs to come out. I use the same process as Merle. Socket works great to push it back in. I've got a bunch of the Carter specialty tools but I don't recall one for that. about 1/2 way down shows my carb tools
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    Me and the B-1-D

    If it was leaking all over the manifold unlikely it was at the linkages. Those are more likely to cause air leaks. Sand the top with glass and sandpaper as mentioned above and put the kit in it. Remember the small BB goes under the accel pump!
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    Fresh air heater

    If you have anything left of the original get out some fiberglass and repair it. Otherwise reproductions are available but not cheap
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    Me and the B-1-D

    Interesting. Those bolts look 100% like the W series cab mount bolts. Just like the B series the one for the drivers corner is different so with the one mount pictured and 3 bolts it seemed like a match. Do the B series trucks mount solid to the frame except for the drivers corner with the rubber mounts?
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    Me and the B-1-D

    clean up those used pistons for neat pencil holders
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    Me and the B-1-D

    pedal bushing? hard to tell size horn button and horn pieces spring shackles
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    Me and the B-1-D

    cab mount crank pulley nut for crank handle starting at the top. throwout bearings
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    Me and the B-1-D

    wrist pin clip I believe cab mount bolts
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    What causes a wall outlet in your house......

    We ended up with some weird company that was really expensive. Even with just hiring an electrician straight up the work paid for itself in two years with the $500 a year insurance drop.
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    What causes a wall outlet in your house......

    The house we bought last year could barely get insurance just because it had fuses instead of breakers!
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    Engine problem

    OEM oil gauge should be easy. If you had a W series I've got a box full of them. The OEM temp gauge is harder as the tube breaks fairly easily but they can be repaired

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