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lepic56

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About lepic56

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    Senior Member, have way too much spare time on my hands
  • Birthday 11/22/1956

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    lepic56@hotmail.com
  • Biography
    EX-MILITARY
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    RETIRED

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    Male
  • Location
    Trois-Rivières , Québec, Canada
  • Interests
    In cars from 1945 to 1955, but especialy Mopar
  • My Project Cars
    1951 DODGE CRUSADER D40-1 - 4 .. (Plodge)

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    TROIS RIVIÈRES,, QUÉBEC , CANADA
  • Interests
    VINTAGE DODGE FROM 1940 TO 1954

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  1. I wander if this will work?? but A bit pricey ,, could used this link as a reference for an other brand to compare between brands.. https://www.amsoil.ca/p/manual-synchromesh-transmission-fluid-5w-30-mtf/#pills-home_0
  2. I always run a Tstat in my cars, but in the 1970's we used to replaced the 160 F(summer) with a 180F or a 195F for the winters months, even put a piece of cardboard in front of the rad,, and switch back to a 160F in the spring,, check the cooling system and we kept the antifreeze every time, reused it & top it off with new liquid. Also used the old ''Water pump lubricant''' As for the fire or heat, under the oil pan,, well it is still being done in the great white north, on Diesel engine, if you had to shut the engine off for some reasons,, but usualy you leave it running 24/7 in the winter of course..lol.. I used a oil pan electric heater once on a diesel Jetta, warn oil, it did start like it was in the summer at -20c (-5F)
  3. Same for me. up here in Québec,, love to go with my Plodge Crusader,, but because of the covid the border is still close to travellers and open for commercial trafic,, it could open aug 21,, will see what happen,,
  4. WOW!! A true Barry's works,,, and all Mopar (close enough) , you are a master craftsman. Can't wait to see more pics.. any older pics like went you first got it!!??
  5. Grand-Daughter graduation day ,, covid style, not much fanfare and party, at least the Dodge made it better a little bit LOL
  6. lepic56

    GRADUATION DAY

    DODGE CRUSADER WITH MY GRAND DAUGHTER ON HER GRADUATION DAY,,
  7. lepic56

    fuel pump

    hi here a link to airtex https://airtexasc.com/search-results/
  8. Using your discount code is easy! Enter your discount code in the 'How Did You Hear About Us?' box without any other numbers or characters for an additional 5% savings. Discounts cannot be applied once an order is marked as shipped. Your code expires on August 30, 2020, 12:00 Midnight CT, so do not wait!
  9. Hi Nick Is it going to be the color of the car same has the dash??
  10. on my 1951 dodge , i have this cardboard heater box that connect the radiator heater to the inside of the car,, how can i fix this?? tape or can I still buy good one on the internet???
  11. REPLACED the coil , look like a original coil, this Dodge was going to cars show for points years ago,, not me it's a daily driver,, anyway I installed a New Standard Blue streak coil & fixed the wire from the coil to the distributor,,
  12. clockwise when running , I belive.
  13. Hi Keith excellent post, I just received my 6v electric pump. and I was going to ask ''How to mount it '' in a topic, but you answer all my question, my mecanical pump is new, so the electric pump will be for back-up,, thank you 😀
  14. Wow !!! Sniper,, Great article on ''How to repair a heat riser valve,,'' almost a ''must to read '' at least for Knowledge about our car's Fuel/exhaust system. 👍 I found it easier if I removed my R/H wheel & inner fender, the valve is right there..
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