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Fernando Mendes

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About Fernando Mendes

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    Zen Master, I breathe vintage mopar!
  • Birthday 01/25/1955

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    Male
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    Santiago-RS-Brazil
  • My Project Cars
    WWII 1942 1/4 ton Jeep
    WWII 1944 2 1/2 ton GMC CCKW
    Civilian Job Rated Dodge canadian 1952 1/2 ton

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    Military Retired

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    Santiago-RS-Brazil
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    Old Cars

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  1. Merle,my oil gauge was damaged years ago.I only disentangled the pointer and we did new letters(oil) and numbers(0-40-80).It is with high pressure(50km/h between 40 and 80 pounds).50km/h is same as 30m.p.h.
  2. I do not have this block oil gauge fitting.I think it is because when my PU is runing at 50 km/h or 30 m.p.h. its pointer is between 40 and 80 pounds.Where can I buy one?Thanks.This pic is from Chrysler Master Tech-1948,volume 2-3 The Engine Oiling System-You tube.
  3. Yes, thanks very much Los_Control.I understood all your explanation.My IND 251 Chrysler timing is very good with 4 o'clock.
  4. Who can send me the knowledgments about this subject?Thanks in advance.
  5. For example: I have this neutral transmission diagram for my WWII GMC CCKW and 1st,2nd,3rd,4th,5th and reverse.Does not exist for Dodge B3-B?
  6. No.I am referring to the gears inside the transmission.
  7. I use NGK B6S spark plug in my Chrysler 251 engine(B3-B).What do you guys think about this procedure?
  8. Which is the horsepower S.A.E. and horsepower for DPCD 218,230,251....?
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