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Re: 120 Valve guides
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I would think the 12 should be the same. Since they are L blocks.

This is what I made.

Had to use b7 all thread ..the all thread you can use that to put them in also

I made the punch from brass just in case.

The machine shop drive them in. I had to pull them up to get clusters in.

New valve guides on the taper are not as thick as original ones.

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Posted on: 12/3 9:56:21
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Re: RIk's 56 ultramatic
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I think the owner has the left skirt..

Posted on: 12/2 11:43:05
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Re: RIk's 56 ultramatic
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Lee.

Don't know the number. does have factory air. Not hooked up.

Car is stored now. It is for sale. I don't own it. I was only correcting what these top dollar mechanics screwed up.

Gerry ..psw. Probably can figure what number it is.

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Re: RIk's 56 ultramatic
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Oil pump

Drill. 1/8th hole. Thru bushing into oil intake.

Plug hole at body (bushing).

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Posted on: 12/1 13:00:54
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Re: Torque Converter Removal
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Far as I know. The shaft you can use on either 55.56.

The oil holes just add more oil on 56.

On the 55 pump. I can't remember. But it's in and He service letters.

Read those and it explains 55 ..56. Has to do with oil. And that's why the holes at end of converter shaft.

I got brain lock. I better bud out.

Posted on: 2019/11/24 21:33
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Re: Torque Converter Removal
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The reactor shaft is different.

Look inside is the bushing cut or no cuts.

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Re: Torque Converter Removal
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The teeth are different.

But yeah if it's not off bell housing.

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Re: Torque Converter Removal
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Kevin had to cut a groove on the bell housing. Using that you can figure out what pump you have.

If Ross doesn't show
A 55.56 pump

I'll find one here..i might of gave it to Gerry. Psw.

He also can show you the difference .

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Re: Torque Converter Removal
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Look at big kevs blog.

He modified his 54. You can see what he did to bell housing. Front pump

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Re: Torque Converter Removal
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So just the converter is on flywheel/crankshaft?

If so. Well must be stick in crankshaft. If so . need to get a pry bar between flywheel and converter.

Use some type of lube . just be careful not to bend flywheel.

Posted on: 2019/11/20 19:04
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