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Re: Steering wheel restoration
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SWEET!!!!! thats what i love about this site tons of info i would love to find something out a lot cheaper with quality workmanship.

Posted on: 9/6 14:09:35
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Re: Steering wheel restoration
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I received a quote from Quality restorations of 1900.00.

They use urethane, they strip the plastic off the wheel frame, bead blast the frame and paint it the same color of the original plastic. Then they cast on a specially formulated thermoset UV stable urethane plastic in the original configuration with out loss of the original detail. The urethane will not shrink, crack, turn yellow or change colors. The wheel is placed in the appropriate mold. The clear urethane is then tinted to the original color and added to the mold. After it is cured the plastic is heat treated, sanded and polished. The color is uniform through out the plastic, it is not a painted wheel, the wheel is one complete casting no joints....8-10 weeks turn around.

This is verbage from the quote...seems well done, not just covering problems or cracks. Seems expensive but there is a bunch of time and labor im sure.

Posted on: 9/6 12:57:03
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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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