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CO54

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CO54 last won the day on January 21

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About CO54

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

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    Colo Spgs, CO
  • My Project Cars
    1954 C1C6
    Sort out the good and bad, put it back together.......ENJOY

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    Gotta be doing something
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    Colorado Springs, CO
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    Camping, Fishing, Restoration, Tinkering

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  1. 1 of a pair, correct. Front and rear bed stands to keep fenders off ground? Chin up bars for Elf on the Shelf competitions?
  2. Thanks! I'm not crazy from looking at my diagram either. Weather is supposed to be nicer this weekend for the school project/credit to happen. I ended up going through Vintage Power Wagons. PN# TSGSS24, Complete Synchro Trans Seal and Gasket Set for vehicle type D, '56-71 M37, (Early) was $28.50 for all parts needed, plus some. Very happy. Thank you again.
  3. The gaskets arrived today. Now for the dumb question, last week I pulled the parking brake rear flange off, and found it to have 2 gaskets...... With the new gasket set arriving I'm seeing a few that look to need have a double gasket provided. Why would there be a double gasket without a shim? Seems like a "double gasket" would be a highly potential leak???? Please advise... feeling a bit dumbfounded before doing a tranny update with my daughter to cover her auto shop credits.....
  4. Managed to get it sitting almost level, I can deal with it, as a better work platform. Could only hit 3 of the 4 mounting holes with my engine stand. Got an email out Vintage Power Wagons on gasket set with my case number, still waiting on a reply.
  5. I love the search on this forum, found this thread with great info after cleaning up my trans today and finding the casting number and date for my "54. Scraping and wire brush to discover the info........ Now for the rebuild/refresh. Totally stealing the engine stand idea too. LOL Figure I can get the Transmission done with the Engine heading to machine shop. Thanks. Eric
  6. Fresh pics of my exposed rear frame spring mounting points. Front: Rear: Overall:
  7. The bigger hammer definitely did the trick on this one!!!!!
  8. Hate to say it, but now I don't feel so bad with finding as much grease, oil, dirt, and gunk stuck all over my drive line and frame. it's been a slow but steady clean up process on all the parts. Good Luck, and keep up the good work. Eric
  9. The shorter one ended up pulling through on the first set of holes around #2/#3 cylinders, used it as a template and cut the longer one at about 26" overall. Was able to get a solid hook on the holes back around #4/#5. We got some small movement with the 2# slide hammer, then called in a favor to brother in-law and borrowed his 13# slide. Saved both tools for future though.
  10. I haven't done measurements on my 54 yet, but a buddy here showed me a universal 7" booster/ Dual MC combo that was available on Amazon, Jegs, Speedway Motors, to name a few. In theory it could fit under the cab using original brake pedal set up. Only thing I found was the need to add a vacuum pump to power the booster. It requires 17-20 in/lbs of vacuum and the flat 6 only puts out 9-12 at idle if memory is right.
  11. Roland, Welcome, that's the beauty of this site. Sharing, knowledge, and badgering when needed. LOL. Eric
  12. YAHTZEE! Got the booger out today, 5-6 hits with a 13# slide hammer but it's out and mounted to the wall as a trophy! Thanks for the insight, now to talk with machine shop tomorrow about trading my labor for shop labor while i'm on admin leave from work. Thanks again!!! WE GOT OVER A HURDLE!!!!!! Yes, I saved the original head gasket as a reminder.......... it's unique. Thanks again. Eric
  13. I came across this vendor that makes various styles and sizes of replacement u-bolts. Pretty reasonable pricing too. Hope it helps. https://www.generalspringkc.com/Default.asp Eric
  14. Going to take the advice of reducing hook size and go again. Just trying to settle things around the house after a stepson was the victim of a hit-n-run accident last night that totaled the car. Police wouldn't respond due to no injuries and city is on "cold reporting" for accidents. Had to get it towed back to the house this morning. Everyone that was in the car is 100% okay too. Gotta love the curve balls of life. Eric
  15. Will be seeing about hot tanking on Monday, my cheap resource to a hot tank was closed down last week, so I'm working option B with giving "labor for labor" with the machine shop I'll be using for my rebuild.
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