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About Flatheadgasser

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  • Birthday 07/13/1964

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    Melksham Wiltshire England
  • My Project Cars
    1941 dodge luxury liner 1964 Chrysler Newport 1926 model T (English) 1927 model T sedan (American)

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    Been into cars for as long as I can remember
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    Great Britain
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  1. Hi guys my speedometer on my 41 dodge has just started to play up, I took the cable off and lubricated it as it was a bit sticky, now it spins easily but as I drive down the road it makes a loud noise and the needle bounces around and then stops and then bounces around so I stopped and removed the cable, my question is do you think it could be the cable or the speedometer.
  2. Unfortunately me and Debbie were booked to go but couldn't make it so I will put up some pictures of my 1941 Dodge luxury liner that I have had since 2017 had loads of work done now fluid drive seal new headlights new prop shaft and a cleverly installed turn signals and brake light ( thanks to colin)
  3. Hi all looking for any information on breakers yard that stock 1940s dodge spares. As you can imagine they are a bit thin on the ground here in England so any help with this would be gratefully received Cheers Damon
  4. Thanks guys for your font of knowledge. Cheers Damon
  5. Hi all trying to work out what rear axle ratio I have in my Dodge, there is numbers cast into the diff, have tried Google but can't find any information on it, The casting numbers are 663473-18 There is a square with a 6 and what looks like DD CD and on the other side on the snout there is a stamped 43 F. Anybody got any ideas. Cheers Damon
  6. Hi all my 41dodge luxury liner trunk lock has stopped working, I have taken it apart and it looks like there are bits missing or broken, I can't find any pictures of what it's supposed to look like, Does anybody have any pictures of what it's supposed to look like, and does anybody have one for sale, or can you buy replacement parts. Cheers Damon
  7. Hi Robin put me and Deb's down as I am not on Facebook anymore
  8. What are the standard dodge luxury liner rims sizes are they 4.5 or 5.5 x 16
  9. Hi all my 41dodge luxury liner has standard 16" wheels and at the moment I have 6.00 x 16 wide white crossply tyres I want to run a wider tyre on the standard rims. What is the widest tyre I can run. As I want to stay with the crossply tyres, what are you guy's running on your cars.
  10. Ok thanks I will give it a try another quick question what is the size of the axle as I can't find any information on it
  11. Hi all just got my 41 dodge luxury liner back form having lots of work done on my fluid drive ringgear starter and service, it now start's run drive's and is a real pleasure to use, my question is I think my rear axle ratio is 4.3:1 and it's sounds like it's revving quite hard at about 45 to 55 mph I would like to change the rear axle ratio to somewhere in the region 3.60:1 or there abouts, does anybody know where I could get this sort of gear set from is there a supplier that you know about. Cheers Damon
  12. Hi guy's after a lot of looking at the internet and lots of pictures and reading what you have all done to your cars I have decided to go with twin element bulbs in the front side lights and in the rear light thanks for all your comments (can't fit trafficators to a American car that would be so wrong) Cheers Damon
  13. Hi all looking to put indicators on my 41 dodge luxury liner and I am looking for ideas, what have you done to your cars so they don't look to modern any pictures would be gratefully received. Cheers Damon
  14. Ok thanks I will give it a look and see do the filler plugs need a copper washer or a fibre washer
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