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Re: 533 Chassis Oiler
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Thanks Owen

Posted on: 5/13 17:03:15
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Re: 533 Chassis Oiler
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Wow thats crazy!!!!! so i assume that there was a tank for the oil/fluid how much did it hold????? and how often does it need filled?????

Posted on: 5/12 7:51:50
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Re: 533 Chassis Oiler
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Ill bet Owen.....is the oil system front and rear????

Posted on: 5/11 16:12:58
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Re: 533 Chassis Oiler
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WOW thats is awesome i can see it on industrial equipment but cars!!!!!!.....next car show i go to ill be looking for that!!!! I know kind of geeky but im still learning at 55yrs young. I guess Chevy, Ford and Dodge didnt do it???....well maybe Ford..... was Lincoln part of Ford at that time?

Posted on: 5/10 14:37:32
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Re: 533 Chassis Oiler
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Man i dont want to hijack any thread but Chassis Oiler????? a drip system that dripped oil on moving chassis parts???? never seen or heard of that ...thats AWESOME

Posted on: 5/10 11:21:51
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Re: It runs - AT LONG LAST!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Congrats Chris!!!!! SHES A LOOKER!!!!!

Posted on: 5/6 14:18:27
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Re: 1941 110 Front Engine Mount
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West Peterson wrote:
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You might want to visit the blog I've created on all the work I've done to my 1940, some of it giving "HOW TO" step-by-step instructions. While we have two different series, much of the work that needs to be done on each car is exactly the same.
http://packardinfo.com/xoops/html/mod ... hp?topic_id=4307&forum=10


Thanks West

Posted on: 4/28 4:02:58
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Re: Drill out broken exhaust manifold stud- water/antifreeze!
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Looks good Newbie!!!!!

Posted on: 4/28 3:59:09
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Re: 1941 110 Front Engine Mount
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Newbie, Thanks for the picture it is worth a "1000 words" now i know where too look for the 2 bolts......and thanks for the heads up on the spacers. The rubber mounts should be here tomorrow, but i have a lot of clean up and painting to do before i put it all back together. The engine is supported by the jack and a 2x6 so i should be ok.

Posted on: 4/21 18:15:55
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Re: 1941 110 Front Engine Mount
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My bad yes it is a rectangle.....didnt see the other 2 bolts holding the mount to the block......but i have not scraped the .5" of grease off the mount either, im sure the bolts are under there.......Thanks Owen

Posted on: 4/21 16:58:34
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