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About 48ChryslerRodder

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    Member, been hanging around a while...
  • Birthday 10/06/1957

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    Beloit Wisconsin
  • Interests
    Cars obviously, avid reader (Sci-Fi and fantasy).
  • My Project Cars
    1949 first series Chrysler Windsor, same as the 48.

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  • Biography
    Power plant operator/mechanic for over 40 years
  • Occupation
    Was a lead mechanic at hospital, now retired.


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    Beloit Wisconsin
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  1. I have purchased the master cylinder and disc brake conversions from ECI for my Windsor. Kits look very well made and I spent around 1/2 hour with Mark (owner of ECI) to make sure all my questions were answered and got an invitation to call back with any more. I found them through this post here. I will start a post while doing the job. https://p15-d24.com/topic/54615-mc-kit-for-46-49-dodgeplymouth/
  2. I bought a B body 8 3/4 rear end for my Chrysler. I used this chart to help pick out the rear end that was closest in size. I have to relocate spring perches as I'm not going to bind the leafs in 1 1/2" on each side.
  3. Welcome to the forum. I have a 49 1st series Chrysler Windsor, carry over from 48. I am quite familiar with rodent issues and smells. Check all your wiring as they like to chew on it.
  4. Mark got me set up with a package. Disc brake and master cylinder conversions. I did mention who I learned about this from. He's happy that this is being shared with others. Thanks Bobdog.
  5. Which link did you order from? I want to get the fluid drive model for my 49 Chrysler Windsor. Did it come complete or did you have to order them separately? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
  6. Had this sent to me in a group of car hauler pictures and thought I'd share.
  7. I found this a while back researching my Windsor. I don't know if there is anything on the net for Dodge or Plymouth. Possibly some of the info may apply.
  8. Microsoft has a compatibility check program that you can download and run to see if your computer will support Windows 7 or not. You can get it a this link. http://windows.microsoft.com/upgradeadvisor I found that while I could run 7 my pc's performance would be marginal at best. I stayed with XP.
  9. I picked up an image of what the tag looks like on both sides and a service tag also. I think this was from ebay and they are reproduction items.
  10. Try Grainger or any store that sells parts for industry and ask for oil paper gasket material. It is like a grocery bag but comes in different thicknesses. It is made for sealing close tolerance gear case covers and is easy to cut to shape. I used in the Navy and still use it at work.
  11. Here is the thread I posted earlier. http://www430.pair.com/p15d24/mopar_forum/showthread.php?t=9197 Hope it helps.
  12. Don't know the owner, but he/she had 4 cars for sale in that spot. Asking price was 7,900 or trade, out of my price range.
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