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  1. No it.s a 3 but middle one is for dash indicators. These can be connected to wire feeding front and rear
  2. plymouthcranbrook it seems you where right
  3. Thanks for sharing and giving us the possibility 👍
  4. Now where can I find a wood Mr Tech? 😉
  5. I also like these educational films so I downloaded them all to my PC from Imperial Club and YouTube years ago. Same goes for the booklets. No need to go online. This the first time I have seen the player in action. Thanks for the link. 🙂
  6. Ok I also have 6v pos so here's what I did. I went through 8 different 6v and 4 different 12v LED flashers before finding one that suits my need. I think i tried all flashers from China on ebay. I dislike the way led flashes fast on/off like modern cars. I wanted the glow out like incandescent bulbs. I was ready to invent a delay using 555 timer. To my surprise I found a 12v motor cycle flasher worked as intended. I left the original small indicator bulb in dash for correct load (flash intervals), but swapped front and rear light with led. Flasher is small. cheap and waterproof. Two wires for + and -. US dealer https://www.ebay.com/itm/2-Pin-Electronic-LED-Flasher-Relay-Fix-Motorcycle-Turn-Signal-Lights-Hyper-Flash/231989785560?hash=item3603ab33d8:g:nW0AAOSwaz9cxzXv:sc:USPSFirstClass!90250!US!-1 China https://www.ebay.com/itm/2-Pin-Electronic-LED-Flasher-Relay-Fix-Motorcycles-Turn-Signal-Light-Hyper-Flash/173924850887?hash=item287eba9cc7:g:hmcAAOSwDLhc-JCu
  7. Hundreds of MoPars http://www.imcdb.org/search.php
  8. Why do you need a LED flasher? Are all bulbs swapped with led? What about turn indicator bulb? Electrics original 6 v? You need to clarify more if you want help.
  9. Looks like a GM Delco SPST (Single Pole Single Throw) relay. Typically grounded housing with hot connected to middle will connect the outer terminals. Typically horn relay.
  10. Love the battery. Nice details with cloth wiring and cables, hose clamps, SolarSpark and other decals. Interesting place for coil and relays. Only thing I would change are the modern spark plug wires.
  11. Yes same goes for high end GM cars. Cadillac dropped filters after introduction of hydraulic lifter in 1937. Article copied from the net only to distinguish between detergent and non detergent . Probably written by some Ford guy 😁
  12. Looks like use of non-detergent oil. "When early engines (prior to 1954) were new, oil filters were an accessory item and non-detergent oil was the type of oil used. Original, unrestored engines have most likely been run on non-detergent oil. If you are running an early unrestored engine that is not spotlessly clean internally, it is imperative to continue to run it on non-detergent oil. Otherwise there is the risk of damage to the engine. Non-detergent oil was used before oil filters became standard equipment. This type of oil would "stick" contaminants to the sidewalls and valleys of the engine to prevent dirty oil from damaging bearing surfaces. Engines that have been run on non-detergent oil for many years will have a thick "sludge" buildup. Sludge will appear to be oil that has turned to gelatin except that it will be very black with contaminants. Using detergent oil in an engine that had been running non-detergent oil would allow these contaminants to be released to flow through the engine. This could result in serious damage to the rod, main and cam bearings as well as other engine components such as lifters and plugging of oil lines.
  13. Bottom of filter, 5/16" Female Inverted Flare Tube x 1/8" NPT Male Pipe. All oil fittings on filter and engine, distributor vacuum, carburetor are 1/8" NPT male
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