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    --north (Up in the Adirondack Mtn's),central ny
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  1. _shel_ny

    Oil Pans Types

    Would that slot on the side line up with the dip stick, or is it on the wrong side for that?
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    Reverse linkage on 48 P15 Special Deluxe

    D-24 Plymouth should be much the same.
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    Dropping transmission - any pointers?

    I second the use of guide pins to assist with removal and installation. That, and a little platform for your floor jack if you do not have a transmission jack. Makes it a 1 person job. And don't leave out that gasket that prevents leaking from the open hole. Use your camera before, and as you proceed with the removal.
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    Pilot bushing insight needed please!

    and as no one has mentioned it as of yet, I will. DO NOT apply grease to the new bushing.
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    Where did they come from?

    6,XXX,XXX Chrysler series vehicle from 1949 were from the Los Angeles plant 7,XXX,XXX Chrysler series vehicle from 1949 were from the Detroit plant EDIT: Talking Chrysler. Not Plymouth, Dodge, DeSoto
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    Air filter

    When I did mine I went to NAPA. They had a book that you could use to look up a filter by measurements. I was actually able to borrow the book for a couple of days as I bowled with the counter guy. No # for you, as my conversion was a D-24 EDIT: Gut that puppy. Mock up for measurements. Leave a lip when cutting, and filter will be unseen. See post 24 for image: http://p15-d24.com/topic/37745-oil-bath-filter-versus-paper-filter/?tab=comments#comment-392914
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    Fuel Pump

    There is a weep hole in the pump. when there is a problem with the diaphragm it will leak at the weep hole as well as allow fuel to pass beyond the cam lever into the crankcase. Edit: add photo
  8. _shel_ny

    Not starting

    pack some ice around the coil, or take a plug wire off to check for spark.
  9. _shel_ny

    Bad Reproduction Fender Stone Guards on Ebay

    He did a P-15. Did he also do a Dodge????
  10. _shel_ny

    Bad Reproduction Fender Stone Guards on Ebay

    There is no secret here. A link to the seller is in the first post. The individuals name is not needed. The business name was also in post #17
  11. _shel_ny

    Bad Reproduction Fender Stone Guards on Ebay

    Go to the "resolution center" at the bottom of any eBay page. Open a return case for item not as described. Oopsie. Did not read all. You already did the correct thing.
  12. _shel_ny

    HELP !! NO POWER TO THE NEW FUSE PANEL

    Just raise the distributor up enough to rotate the rotor and shaft 180 degree. Doesn't take much
  13. _shel_ny

    Engine oil gage rubber hose

    It has been posted in the past that a brake hose will fit. search for posts by norms coupe Brake hoses carry a warning about "oil" getting on the hoses. Not sure how much oil gets in contact with the hose via this application as it is a pressure thing, nor do I know how many years it would take to be a problem.
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    Boiling fuel

    Lower it. That spec is for 1940 fuel formulation.
  15. _shel_ny

    where are the timing marks on the timing chain set?

    Calling the dot "small" may be giving it "extra credit" 😜
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