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Mike Petersen

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About Mike Petersen

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    Member, been hanging around a while...
  • Birthday 03/02/1959

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    Male
  • Location
    NORTH ORANGE COUNTY
  • My Project Cars
    1969 440 Barracuda ,1947 D24

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  • Biography
    Mopar blood, 99 r/t dakota, 69 440 cuda,04 hemi ram, 4x4, 47 d24,2015 Dart
  • Occupation
    Automotive service lead in RV business

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  • Location
    So. Cal.
  • Interests
    Baseball, Fishing, Life

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  1. reply ⚐ 1947 Chrysler flathead 8 and fluid drive transmission - $500(New Prague) image 1 of 4 make / manufacturer: chrysler 1947 Chrysler flathead 8 and fluid drive transmission. Engine is stuck, however I pulled head and pistons/cylinders look pretty good. The valves are a bit rusty. Came out of a New Yorker. Complete out of car, to include starter, generator, manifolds and fan. Dodge, Plymouth © craigslist - Map data © OpenStreetMap (google map) do NOT contact me with unsolicited services or offers post id: 7117722035 posted: 11 days ago updated: 11 days ago email to friend ♥ best of [?]
  2. Bag & Tag everything. Photos as you go.
  3. When I pulled mine I found it easier to remove the front fenders and grill assembly as one piece. In the long run it saved a lot of time. Did it in a couple hours by myself. Hardest part was hooking it up to engine hoist. Ended up using 4 carabiner clips & a piece of heavy nylon rope. Worked very well after I found the balance point and secured so it could not slip. Carabiner clips attached to the rear top body mounts on each fender and to the two tabs that are at the front top of each fender.
  4. 1st was 1947 D24 Dads car since my birth. Latest is the same car 60 years later.
  5. Pulled mine on my own with an engine hoist. Put caribiner clips on the 4 corners. Found the balance point and it came off easily.
  6. Inner fender to bulkhead fasteners. Mines a 47 D24 5each side on mine.
  7. The ones we deal with are double din in dash radio units. RV stock units are Jensen, Axera, Axera is made by Dual. Sony, Not exactly the type of fit your looking for. Cheapest thing I’ve had brought in by a customer for the shop to install was from Pep Boys. Simple install. Very inexpensive. Wouldn’t give a Warranty on install as they brought it in. Less then 30 minutes to install. Screen looked lick a rear view mirror. Check out eBay
  8. All the camera needs is a 12 volt exciter source when you put it in reverse. That's how they're designed. Hook up a lot and repair a lot in the RV industry.
  9. I had L&R engines in Santa Fe Springs do my 230 a few years back.
  10. I've seen those the last couple years in the RV industry. They use them only because they are faster on the assembly line then any other connector you can get. And no tools needed besides the wire strippers. Definitely interior use only.
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    Been there many times. Saturday is the best day to go.
  12. Suppose I got lucky. A few years back on Craigslist I ran across I guy that had a Rhode Island harness. For some reason he had bought a D24 harness for a late 30's Desoto. Didn't ask to many questions. Gave him his $200.00 and left. Also picked up a Tourqeflight X L6 adapter from him.
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