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Cannuck

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About Cannuck

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    Senior Member, have way too much spare time on my hands

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Renfrew Ontario Canada
  • Interests
    Woodworking. bush work walking
  • My Project Cars
    1946 Dodge made in Windsor Ontario

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  • Biography
    Retired paramedic
  • Occupation
    retired

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  • Location
    Renfrew Ontario Canada
  • Interests
    My dodge, walking,snowshoeing , bush work and wood work

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  1. Your 40 would have had 16 inch rims the 48s were the first to switch to 15 inch rims. Or maybe you are switching to to 15 inch rims.
  2. I also had trouble with my pinion seal from Bernbaum . Someone on the forum said to try the Napa seal 18880 it worked no leaks since my car is a48 plodge'
  3. I thought it looked off also . It may not be sitting on its original frame. I love the truck ,its a beaut.
  4. I took some pics hope they help.7-341 attaches to the splash pan and fenders as per pic the holes are slotted to allow movement on the fender attachments. Also took pics that show 15-11-7 attachment points Just a reminder my car is a D25 ,doesn't have part 7-31-10.
  5. Are you sure that parts manual is for a 48 P15 . I went and looked at my Canadian 48 dodge which is basically the same as a P15 and those parts aren't there. Just maybe that is a difference between the P15 and the D25 .Sorry on closer inspection I do have those parts amazing what a light will do.
  6. Love your Plymouth
  7. So the tray sits on the inner fender shelf . From the tray to the top of the battery is 8 inches with two inches to spare to the fender lip.
  8. Yes of course never thought of RHD.
  9. The battery tray is 7.5 x15 inches and it is on the driver side inner fender on my car .
  10. I had little or no trouble removing my oil pan .Had more trouble removing the clutch inspection plate. Also ran into trouble again ordering parts for my dodge as its Canadian built and they sent me the wrong part I tried to explain to them the difference between Canadian and American build autos . Now they are refusing to reimburse me saying it was my fault. It was I should have ordered from my go to American parts store instead of local. I tried our local NAPA store it was out of stock, wouldn't be in stock till the end of the month.
  11. I had little or no trouble removing my oil pan .Had more trouble removing the clutch inspection plate. Also ran into trouble again ordering parts for my dodge as its Canadian built and they sent me the wrong part I tried to explain to them the difference between Canadian and American build autos . Now they are refusing to reimburse me saying it was my fault. It was I should have ordered from my go to American parts store instead of local.
  12. I have seen them listed at Andy Bernbaums 40 to 48 six cylinder steel .
  13. Thanks to all ,am nervous about tackling this job but willing to try. Its leaking around pan not a lot and the bottom has a sludge build up.
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