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Re: Fun with used cars
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You sure do gorgeous work, Ross! Chris

Posted on: Today 19:07:57
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Re: 288 smokes and tranny issue
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Welcome to Packard Info Streetrodder49... pretty nice 'barn find'!!! Chris

Posted on: Today 19:04:11
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Re: 31 Stuck Engine
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Yeah, but not a mosquito in sight, eh Ross?!?!? LOL Chris

Posted on: Today 18:09:03
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Re: 2019 Packard National Meet
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I'm interested in travelling to the 2020 Packard meet. Does one need to be a Packard Club member to attend?? What is the approximate cost of admission? Is it one fee for the week or a daily entry fee? Excuse my lack of insight here - never been to ANY 'meet' before, never mind a Packard event. I see Rohnert Park is about 50 miles north from San Francisco; is that the closest hub to fly into? Would really like to attend. Chris.

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Re: 1938 Eight (120) engine pan
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50% odds are still pretty good David!!!

Posted on: Yesterday 23:38:27
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Re: 31 Stuck Engine
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Greenfield - I just got it explained to me, that your '31 engine does not have a conventional nut on the crank-end, Please disregards my previous post and excuse my limited knowledge; PRESUMPTIONS will get you every time! Chris.

Posted on: Yesterday 19:21:28
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Re: Coil wiring diagram /1954 pacific/cruising rpm engine bogging/coils
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Also, just as a cautionary remark, and at the risk of sounding stupid, you HAVE confirmed your your battery is hooked up 'positive ground', right? I say this as when I purchased my car, the previous owner's LICENSED MECHANIC had installed a new battery and had wired it negative earth. Chris

Posted on: Yesterday 11:48:41
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Re: 31 Stuck Engine
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No room for a 1" socket on the crank nut, eh??

Posted on: Yesterday 11:08:44
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Re: 1938 Eight (120) engine pan
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David, are we talking the 2 metal 'trash pans' that bolt on either side of the frame, even with the top of the oil pan? If so, the left one has a round hole for the Pittman arm, right does not. If I've got my wires crossed on what we're talking about, disregard! Chris.

Posted on: Yesterday 11:03:12
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Re: Exhaust and Intake Manifold Studs
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When I had my engine rebuilt recently, the machine shop broke off one of the long studs as they were chain-hoisting the block to load into my vehicle. They replaced with an off the shelf exhaust stud, but when I got home and started putting things together, found their replacement was a half inch or so too short. They couldn't find one long enough and just took a correct grade 3/8/16 bolt, cut it off and threaded the other end with the finer thread for the manifold nut. Cheap and easy. Chris

Posted on: 11/18 11:36:06
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