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jhm1mc13

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About jhm1mc13

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    Junior Member, just joined the forum !

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Clover, SC
  • Interests
    Mopar, Brit bikes, shooting
  • My Project Cars
    1948 Plymouth Deluxe 4dr

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  • Location
    Clover, SC
  • Interests
    40's cars, motorcycles, guns

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    retired
  1. any thing that can go wrong will

    Did you change the condenser? Try and find an American one as the Chinese replacements are poor.
  2. What Kind Of Oil Filter Fitting?

    I think you are looking for a Andy part number L-226 $15.00 listed under engine. Jim M
  3. P15 dash install / rattle prevention tips / help

    I chased a dash rattle that turned out to be the drivers side defroster vent. You will have good access to it while the dash is out. Be pro active. It's hard to tighten after the fact. Jim M
  4. Experience using original MC w/front disc brakes

    PFLAMING, Can you get to the reservoir by taking the seat cushion out? Jim M
  5. Carburator shaft air leakage

    Pronounced Ah - she.
  6. If you could have one more........

    This will be my first purchase when I win the lottery. Jim M
  7. Best engine

    What is that small filter on the firewall ? Jim M
  8. New Member Introduction

    Blaine, Welcome aboard. The fact you are Navy caught my attention as I was in 1961 to 1964 and had a 1950 Plymouth, of course mine was only fourteen years old at the time. Jim M
  9. Mike, I used Bernbaum rubbers on some of my repairs. I think you are going to have to go frame off to get to all the hidden places. Here are some pictures that might help. Jim M
  10. Long Time Lurker Official Car Introduction

    Hubler13f, Locust Gap caught my attention as I grew up in Mt. Carmel. I'll be traveling there next week and wondered who is in the Gap? Jim M
  11. Three speed transmission with floor shifter

    I bought a floor shifter from J C Whitney for my '50 Plymouth in the early 60's that worked well but had a reverse pattern. In trying to figure yours out , do you push down to select reverse/first? Jim M
  12. WLS HEADLINER

    It takes time, planning and patience. Marking the car-headliner center line is important. The cut for the rear window made me pucker. The visors can be tricky. Good luck, Jim M
  13. amp gauge not working/battery not charging

    I had generator/regulator problems. Did some math ($) and switched to an alternator. End of issue. The main thing that makes modern cars so reliable is good electronics. If you plan to drive a lot it's the way to go. Jim M
  14. 230 dodge main jet

    Sorry for the lack of info Dodgeb4ya. The Plymouth carb is a Carter B&B D6 G1A8, The military carb is a Carter B&B, 0 781 (see picture). My research makes me wonder if the D-24 came with a Stromberg?
  15. I would like to know the main jet size for a '48 Dodge. My car, a 1948 Plymouth is a bit of a Frankenstein in that it has a 1942 dodge war surplus motor with it's original Plymouth carb. I can tell it's lean by the way it runs and a plug check. the main jet is a 256. I also have the original military carb that has a 314 main jet which I tried. It helps but may be a bit rich. Does anyone have any info on jet sizes. Jim Magennis
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