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Young Ed

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Young Ed last won the day on July 5

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    Have a wife and 2 sons a daughter and 4 old mopars. What more can anyone ask for?

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    Mounds View MN
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    40 Plymouth PT105 1/2ton, 46 Dodge WC 1/2 ton, 47 WC 1/2ton, 48 Plymouth club coupe, 64 Belvedere station wagon


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    Minneapolis MN: 46 dodge 1/2 ton,48 & 51 ply club coupes
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    old cars

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  1. Be a great one to get running and put back to work!
  2. Nice find. It looks to have survived well. Did you get any pics of the 39-40s?
  3. Try a champion radiator. If they don't have direct fit check measurements on early 50s Plymouths
  4. Replace pin with a longer piece that can be either a nut bolt or something you can use clips on.
  5. If you remove the screws from the surround it comes off without messing with the vent window attachment. Try opening the vent window but it should pop off
  6. I answered for rear wheel which will make no sense if they are talking front inners!
  7. Oh good point is the original question front inner and outers or front wheel vs rear?
  8. No need to remove the door panel. You should be able to remove vent window and surround as one piece
  9. Rear wheel bearings are pressed onto the axle and held in by the backing plate. You sometimes need a puller to get it out of the axle housing but sometimes just putting the drum on backwards and a tug gets it out.
  10. It's usually linkage however you should have a cable vs linkage. I would still suspect it's an adjustment of some sort.
  11. The one pictured is a 52 and would be the second year a hardtop was offered.
  12. Check Ford vendors for the two OD pieces
  13. Very correct. Dad's 40 Plymouth was a 4spd and it's now swapped into the 46 yard truck at the cabin
  14. If only slightly worn you could do what I did on both my trucks. Cut them off and move them to the opposite side so the wear ends up at the bottom. Also the bushings are the same as early jeeps so if you just need those you can buy jeep kits for way cheaper and just not use the U. I did that on the rear of my 47 and used the entire jeep shackle on the fronts.
  15. I looked in my 41-47 parts manual and I see a mounting pad listed for the cowl lights but not for the headlights. Only mounting pad I see is for the special rule trucks with the headlights mounted lower. Book calls them the 42" height limit
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