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Re: Oil pump
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Jack in page 34.few down. From top

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Re: Oil pump
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Thanks for the info. Bh.

Wonder if Blevins has the blue prints.

What Ross does he drills a hole across bushing into pump. Picture is in my blog.

He has no problem. What it does it sucks oil down bushing .

My dad's 56 was having a lifter problem. When I get it started . if it still does I'm going to do the Ross fix. To keep vacuum pump.

Posted on: 1/25 2:14:17
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Re: Oil pump
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Could this be an early Craig pump.

Posted on: 1/24 10:11:19
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Re: Who restores Packard Rearview Mirrors?
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Tucson Packard has it. 2 choices

If you want a picture. I'll take one Have not put mine on yet.

It's the flip type. Day/night.

Posted on: 1/8 0:17:13
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Re: What batteries were original used in 1956 Packards?
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Exide made the group 60. My dad had his JC penny in that style. But they quit making that group. I have the battery. 109 bucks I use the walmart battery. Deep cycle.


Napa has the same battery. But a lot more.

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Re: Who restores Packard Rearview Mirrors?
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If it's 55.56.

Tucson Packard has them.

I used a guy from mid west. And he has 2 finger prints in mirror. And it took over 6 months

Then bought from Tucson pack.

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Re: What batteries were original used in 1956 Packards?
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If you want a battery to fill the tray 29f deep cycle.. Wal mart .. A little wide. But that is what I use.

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Re: RIk's 56 ultramatic
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Re: Display
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Thanks Dave. That gives me a model. To follow.

Mine will be bare bones. No exhaust. No drive shaft.

Where the fuel tank is 100 pound weight. Up and down . Will use the manual over ride.

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