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B1B Keven

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About B1B Keven

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    Zen Master, I breathe vintage mopar!
  • Birthday 07/22/1960

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    Vancouver, WA
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    God. Biblical prophecy. Rugby. Camping.
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  1. '52 for the 4 speeds and the parking brake will swap over also.
  2. https://dcmclassics.com/universal-joints/268-uj-538-universal-joint-1-2-3-4-ton-cleveland-cross-type.html?search_query=u+joint&results=5 https://www.ebay.com/itm/NOS-Mopar-Universal-Joint-1941-1968-Dodge-Truck-100-600-U-Joint-1881657-3780272/143636767407?hash=item21716b22af:g:2L8AAOSwYvJe7odO
  3. Thanks Mark. I wonder where the 45" gauge came from.
  4. Love the color. The guy that painted mine took it upon himself to add some black to the paint. 🥴
  5. I know the V-8's were offered in the cars. My dad had a '53 Coronet with the Hemi. Don't clip the temp gauge! If it's intact, chances are it's still good. Maybe the 45" gauges are for the big trucks? Semi's?
  6. Interesting. I have a complete original gauge with the C-H face that's about 45" long. Standard cab measurement is about 31". Thanks Mark.
  7. Yes, they did use the relative scale in the C series trucks. However, the C series went back to the 4 across style gauge housing that the B1 and B2 trucks used. These gauges won't fit that style housing. They will only fit '51-'53 two over two housings. They won' fit the pre '48 housing either.
  8. Also. In 1953 did Dodge switch to a temp gauge face that said C or H instead of the numbers?
  9. How long is the tube for the temp gauge? From the large gland nut to the back of the temp gauge. Thanks!
  10. https://www.jegs.com/i/Speed+Energy+Drink/592/250065/10002/-1?msclkid=7ce2fd19bc4c146fd8409d0c3e155cb2&utm_source=bing&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=BSC - Non-Brand Searches&utm_term=4579397212854004&utm_content=Other Categories&__cf_chl_jschl_tk__=8c4155656a37127a3764a77216306ec9b92f9603-1612022368-0-AaipsSRpSxYom3TYeqUNWn8UVzUxK8dQqfwqxLcgTE0BFpgCNGUNOw09fAsT_wBg0Pk9QgW8sJoghz3kVXGndz2X2L3dNG1FzrnZIqf5IedKKtcrcf5x-gE1YXn_uVv933SgpgqyU31Tv5tW9ZyayuZ7APW-zov-urOQafu8m2WetURjJMvspg2IdalIgdmYTjkApeE8GDQPfL-kUANYENz2OErYq2zYoui_Accmba2NPaXtqsQhn5SuziF20_1OLjOGb6-lIIOe7LNEnJd
  11. '52 and newer 4 speeds are synchro'd in 3 and 4.
  12. Keep the 230, add some go-fast stuff to it. Later add the Cherokee rear axle and/or the 5 speed. I drove my '49 all over northern Ca with the 4 speed, 218 and a 3:23 rear axle out of a Charger. Drove it from Susanville to Bishop one year for Mules Days. 😉
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