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Re: Wes's Maroon 1947 Custom Super Clipper
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The special screw is listed as part #371823 in Group 4.1400 for the Parking Light Assembly along with retaining ring #371834 and lock washer #6044.

Here is a photo of the complete original combination.

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Posted on: 7/5 16:26:13
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Re: KPack's 1954 Panama
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Kevin, your carburetor should have a triangular brass tag mounted to the upper cover that shows the Carter model number as seen in the attached photo.

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Posted on: 7/2 23:00:39
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Re: Brake junction block for master cylinder
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Willys and 1940-48 Fords also used that brass block.


Not sure about Ford as there is no listing in the 1951 Wagner Brake catalog for any Ford master cylinders or fittings.

The brass fitting used by Willys is a Wagner FC5985 which looks the same as the Packard fitting but has one branch for a 1/4" tube fitting and the second one for a 3/16" tube fitting.

The FC3836 fitting used by Packard has both branches machined for 1/4" tube fittings.

Posted on: 6/29 15:43:17
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Re: 1922 Single Six 133 Touring
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The 97056 wheel bearing is a Bower or Timken 2620 cup and 2687 cone, used for 8 cylinder Packard through the 30's and commercial chassis into the 50's

Posted on: 6/27 10:54:20
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Re: Ken's 1937 120 Touring Sedan
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The link to the film supplement is correct, but you are right, it does not come up so the file must be somehow corrupted. Perhaps Big Kev can fix it if he sees this post.

The film supplements have a lot of good information and can be found on line 59 under Packard Service Letters, Counselors and Bulletins.

http://packardinfo.com/xoops/html/mod ... icle/view.article.php?355

Posted on: 6/25 12:59:28
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Re: Ken's 1937 120 Touring Sedan
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Bump - any inputs on steering gear rebuild?


You might want to have a look at the Service Training Film Supplement for Safe-T-Flex.

http://www.packardinfo.com/xoops/html ... 6_SupplementVol1Film4.pdf

Posted on: 6/25 11:14:19
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Re: 1937 Packard 1500
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The 495 fuel pump is an AC Type AJ that was used for the 115C and 120C in 1937.
It will not work on your Super 8.
The 494 pump is an AC Type F and is correct for the 1937 and 1938 Super 8's. The original AC pump number is 3196.

Posted on: 6/22 18:11:19
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Re: Brake junction block for master cylinder
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The junction block was supplied by Wagner Brake and used mostly by Packard with some Nash and Hudson applications.
The Wagner part number is FC3836 and an online search shows that it may be available from the Berns Company in California. You would have to contact them to see if they actually have them.
Otherwise, a good used one would be another option.

Posted on: 6/15 11:46:23
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Re: '39 rear door crank window removal - HELP (please)
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#4 Phillips head screws are listed for the door window channel in the 1935-41 parts list.

Posted on: 6/12 9:57:02
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Re: '39 rear door crank window removal - HELP (please)
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Hi Chris,

Are you sure that the channels are riveted to the door frame and not to a metal backing channel ?

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I see that you have answered the question and resolved the problem.
Congratulations !

Posted on: 6/11 18:03:14
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