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lonejacklarry last won the day on January 31 2019

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About lonejacklarry

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    Senior Member, have way too much spare time on my hands

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  • Location
    Lone Jack, MO
  • Interests
    I have a '55 Chevy Belair 2 door post and a '37 Chevy coupe.
  • My Project Cars
    Currently working on a '54 Dodge C1 B6


  • Location
    Lone Jack, MO
  • Interests
    old cars

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  1. Absolutely the truth here. The outdoors is the only place for sand blasting.
  2. Leaf spring U-bolt wanted View Advert I need a leaf spring U bolt for my '54 Dodge C1B1. The newer rounded corner u-bolts are readily available but I need an old square corner one. If anyone has one and is willing to sell and ship please let me know either here on the forum or at ldickstein@kcweb.net I guess I should add that the threads should be good and that the u-bolt has not been bent out of shape. Thanks Advertiser lonejacklarry Date 02/04/2020 Price Category Individual Member Classified Wanted Ad  
  3. Time Left: 11 days and 17 hours

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    I need a leaf spring U bolt for my '54 Dodge C1B1. Please disregard the "want". I've discovered that the 3 u-bolts I have display lots of rust damage to the threads. I will have to get new ones that are not rusted. Thanks for the responses, however.


  4. Two of the "pins" on my truck were stuck carriage bolts. Heat and vise grips and Kroils and they unscrewed right out. The others were not as easy.
  5. I always liked the smell of a fireplace, too. What I didn't like was the cutting wood, trying to dry it, making a mess carrying it in, and the probability of bugs being introduced. So this time we have an electric fireplace that operates at the flip of a switch. No bugs or mess but it surely does not smell the same. This is our fourth (and last) house and the other three had fireplaces. I'm a slow learner. Enjoy your fireplace!
  6. I started my two boys fairly early. They came in really handy especially with their small hands. Now when the grandsons are around I get an hours work out of them before the 4 wheelers come out. Sometimes it is picking up sticks and sometimes it is working on an old car but they have to work a little. One of them complained to his dad that he didn't think it was fair to make them work. His dad said that he'd had to do it and that they were going to have to do it.
  7. You might also check to make sure you have the correct firing order and that it is set up for the rotor's rotation. Sometimes one can forget which way the rotor turns according to a friend of mine.
  8. Well, my regular sources came up dry. Anyone have part number 1266 640 (clutch housing cover or pan) for sale or have a source to recommend?
  9. Thank you, Merle. Can I assume that the page is from a parts manual that is prior to 1954 models?
  10. Thank you. Would you happen to have a picture or part number for the pan? I did find a 9-47-20 "flywheel housing pan" in my 1954 parts book. Now the question is: will this pan fit a 1939 to 1953 bell housing.
  11. I'm using a '53 bell housing of my '54 C1. The '54's did not use a side mount style of bell housing and that is what I needed for my application. The question? Did these bell housings have some sort of cover on the bottom? There are a bunch of tapped holes on the bottom which makes me believe that something was hung under there. All my literature is about C1s and does not include <54. Any help would be appreciated.
  12. Yep, it is pretty hard to add using a slide rule.
  13. Actually, it is not the correct way to shoot any gun. Once you learn to shoot with both eyes open you will wonder why you did it the other way.
  14. And if you need a new rear end.......................
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