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  1. P15-D24

    Brake Shoe Thickness Difference

    No. Would suggest you read through the Brake section in the the Technical section for background. http://p15-d24.com/page/p15d24/tech/brakes.html/
  2. P15-D24

    Veterans' Day

    Proud of my dad, who turns 97 tomorrow! As a Registered Nurse he served in WW2 in the Pacific and Korea in a MASH unit.
  3. P15-D24

    Happy Birthday Marines.

    And thank you for your service!
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    Did you vote today????

    Left, right or in the middle it doesn't matter if you don't vote! It is also a way to honor our veterans for their service to protect this precious right. And yes I voted a week ago!
  5. P15-D24

    Lost A Good Man

    Sad news, RIP.
  6. P15-D24

    P15 oil pan question

    Spot welded
  7. P15-D24

    question about carbs.

    Disconnect the distributor vacuum advance at the carb and plug the carb side. Test to see if the skip is gone.
  8. P15-D24

    Tire size question for p-15

    Following the same thought as YK, you need to look at the overall heights of tire to figure out what is going on.
  9. P15-D24

    ANSWERED New 1950 dodge Truck to me

    Yes it had them from the factory. It is possible a previous owner didn't replace them with hardened seats at some point in the vehicles service life, but unlikely.
  10. P15-D24

    Teaching my grandson to drive a stick

    Did you age a few more years in a mater of minutes! 😃
  11. P15-D24

    The 4th Annual P-15 Picnic in the UK (pictures)

    Wow what a great turnout!
  12. Don ranks right at the top of involved regulars on the site and is always willing to help answer a question! Thank you Don, for both your donation and your participation. Regards, GT
  13. P15-D24

    Tucker Sno Cat speedometer

    Too cool!
  14. Was able to get it quickly fixed and looks like all is good again. Let me know if you see any other issues.
  15. P15-D24

    Fuel Mixture Screw doesn't change the idle.

    Did you transfer the distributor or use the one in the 230?
  16. P15-D24

    Fuel Mixture Screw doesn't change the idle.

    Check for vacuum leaks. Seal off the line to the vacuum advance on the distributor. Also check for leak in the carb body seams indicating a failing gasket. And lastly the mounting bolts and seams to the manifold. Make sure you have the correct gaskets installed and no air passages blocked in the carb body.
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    Just bought a truck...

    Welcome to the site. On the drivers door should be a data plate with a S/N and model info. Model number probably begins with a C. If the rear axle is a full floater it is a 1 ton or larger.
  18. P15-D24

    218 Timing Issues

    Wow never heard that happening before! NOT!
  19. P15-D24

    Clutch pedal bushing?

    Truck has a different part number. OD on the car version .8155, probably get a generic that size and ream as need to fit pedal shaft. Have you tried Bernbaums or Roberts?
  20. P15-D24

    Clutch pedal bushing?

    This is on a passenger car correct? If you are referring to 6-52-11 (qty 2) they are a standard Dorman items. They are spherical, half moon shaped. If it is a truck VPW has the a truck kit.
  21. P15-D24

    What is the limiting factor on mopar flathead rpm?

    I have never seen any crank or block issues with these engines. Failures were usually loss of oil pressure, then anything can break.
  22. P15-D24

    New 1953 Pilothouse questions

    Think it is in the 4200-4400 pound range. I had to get my B1 weighted when I transferred an out of state title to California and I had it weighted on a certified truck scale.
  23. P15-D24

    A Good Day

    Does that model have the jump seats?
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