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Everything posted by _shel_ny

  1. if this indicates a 60 over piston it is yours for the cost of shipping. Have more than one. rings missing from some.
  2. Engine numbers were P18-1001 thru P18-509050 reference --Standard Catalog of American Cars 1946-1975----
  3. Is this a new problem with the same car that I sent you the transmission for several years ago? What lube is in the transmission?
  4. May have been Chris on the phone. With the response that you got, it likely was not Andy.
  5. The specific clearance for heel, and toe on your '42 are in your owners manual/shop manual. They are not in the AMMCO instructions.
  6. EDIT: error
  7. That's not going to buff out.
  8. So where is the oil going if it is not leaking, or burning Is your neighbor stopping by to get oil for his vehicle ??
  9. My D24 had studs and nuts. The lefty nuts problem on the back left was solved for me when I put 235/75's on the back that were already mounted on wheels with too much backset. Had to put a spacer to bring them out a bit. Spacer threads were righty.
  10. As your bolts are as previously noted already 1/2-20 thread, a 7/16" stud to replace them does not make any sense to me. Little chance that they would hold. My point on yearly is that I would not expect to pull a wheel more than once a year. Maybe less. I would not consider "not pulling the wheels " neglect. I do not see bolts without an alignment pin to be a big enough problem to go through the process of installing studs as there is no real reason to be pulling the wheels with any frequency.. Now if I had a bad bolt hole or two that might be a turning point on my thinking.
  11. Front disc conversion eliminates 1/2 the problem. Right side drum to replace left drum on the rear takes care of the left hand thread problem. Take tire off once a year not much problem
  12. Check Rock Auto. You may find a good price on a pump there. Don't forget to use the 5% discount if you go with Rock auto
  13. If you have room download and save these to find a part # http://www.amsnos.com/Help/MMPDTPRE54.pdf http://www.amsnos.com/Help/MMPCPRE54.pdf
  14. that site has been kicking around here on the forum since early 2010, but good to get it referenced again to help out. I believe at one time it was mentioned that they seem to duplicate the now defunct lightningjar
  15. That's what the "before" camera pics are for Suffer from that as well.
  16. From the left side, and as it exits.
  17. Along with Roberts Motor Parts, this (oldmoparts, aka Andy Bernbaum, aka mopar-direct(on enay)) is one of the sites advertisers. You don't need this part if you have a seized engine.
  18. Has been suggested in other threads that any brake shop the relines shoes can probably do the band as well. Just have to watch that they do not do you a favor as they did with me by providing oversize (thicker) linings that had to be sanded to fit in the drums.
  19. My Project Cars:1950 Dodge Meadowbrook 1965 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia 197? Triumph Spit6 ('78 Spitfire body on a '73 GT6 chassis) From the OP's stable choices, I would suspect the inquiry to be for the Dodge.
  20. Key during the band replacement will be proper adjustment. With a properly adjusted parking brake you will not go anywhere with it applied, without extreme noticeable effort.
  21. Info that is posted on the internet, so it must be true search at Mymopar.com for 863425 says see 1118284. 1118284 shows: 1118284 P 42-54; D 41-52; DS, C 41-49 M/CYL ASSY #3241 U863510 NORS 1118284 P 42-54; D 41-52; DS, C 41-49 MASTER CYL W/O P/B (SA 863425, 863510, 866125) 1118284 P 42-54; D 41-52; DS, C 41-49 MASTER CYL W/O P/B (SA 863425, 863510, 866125) 1118284 P 42-54; D 41-52; DS, C 41-49 MASTER CYL W/O P/B (SA 863425, 863510, 866125) 1118284 in my parts book shows same info Plym 42-54, Dodge 41-52, DeSoto 41-49, Chry 41-49
  22. 863425 Body Master Cyl PDSC 41-48 Chry Des 42-48 Ply Dge
  23. Well not really, but that is what it was labeled as at the modern u-pull today. Also saw a 1953 1963 Volvo. Approaching from the back at first it appeared to be an older VW Beetle