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Found 6 results

  1. Hi all, I'm new here and will get some pics of my new project up soon, as well as some progress reports. Currently, though, I'm in search of a gasket set and seal for the 3 speed manual, standard duty, transmission for my pickup. Google hasn't provided any results, except for a similar products, but not the ones I need. Anyone know of a source or recommend how I can move forward? Any help is appreciated, first project vehicle here. Done a handful of motorcycles in the past.
  2. Oil Pan Gasket Question... What is the best sealant to use when installing cork gaskets? I've read other posts that clearly explain how to arrange the side and end gaskets on the oil pan, but what sealant product is best used with cork gaskets for holding the oil pan gaskets onto the pan as the bolts are torqued? Permatex makes red, black, blue etc. kinds of gasket makers in tubes along with a whole bunch of other products. And what is best applied to the block side of the oil pan gasket? I've heard that some people use vaseline. Differential Gasket Question... Also, I carefully cut out a new gasket for the differential and I have similar questions regarding it. Can I use the same sealants as are used on the oil pan?
  3. File Name: 1949 CHRYSLER INSTRUMENT CLUSTER GASKET File Submitter: rb1949 File Submitted: 07 May 2016 File Category: Instructions, Manuals & Templates This is a PDF template for the one piece paper (fiber) gasket for the 4 gauges and odometer housing that mount to the rear of a 1949 Chrysler Instrument Cluster. I believe 1950 used the same cluster. Made to keep dirt, dust, etc. from getting into the gauges. Cut with a sharp instrument to avoid 'tearing' the material edges. Punch the screw holes slightly lager than the screw. Print the template at 100%. Click here to download this file
  4. File Name: Bellhousing to transmission gasket File Submitter: 48ply1stcar File Submitted: 12 Apr 2016 File Category: Instructions, Manuals & Templates I bought this gasket on Ebay and I will probably only use it as a pattern. The height if the gasket is 6 11/16" and with where marked is 6 7/8". I hope this is useful. Click here to download this file
  5. I have a 1937 Plymouth and I need to replace the rubber seal on the crankout windshield. I don't have the rubber yet, but I want to get a head start on learning how to do it. Also wondering if there is a rubber seal on the inside seating surface of the windshield frame as well as around the frame/glass itself. I can't seem to locate anything. It seems that there should be something there like a U channel. While on the subject of glass, how do you replace the side glass seals? Is it just the U channel and sweeper involved? What is the proper way to mount the glass frame rollers to the regulator track? Anybody come up with hardware-store supplies to replace the U channel at a fraction of the cost?
  6. I don't understand the mechanics of the oil pump. '51 dodge B3..218 engine. I have to fix a leak at the oil pump cover plate. So when I took the cover plate off, the outer rotor fell out. I see there is a slot grooved in the outside of the outer rotor, like a woodruff key might fit in there, but can't see inside the pump where it would engage with another slot. Does the outer rotor spin as the inner is spun with the camshaft? Or is the outer supposed to be fixed with the woodruff key and the inner spins inside it? I am so new to this thing. I don't understand the mechanics of it.
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