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Re: 1935 LeBaron mystery car
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Just when you think you have seen it all

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Re: Starter for 1934 twelve
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Agree with OD on pulling and doing a bench.

Skipping forward to THE LIGHT AT THE END OF THE TUNNEL when u put it back in smear some Anti-Seize on the bearing area. Makes life a lot easier on urself or the guy ahead, next time around.

Posted on: 2/9 11:54:55
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Re: Starter for 1934 twelve
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Give it a jump and c what happens low battery - bad battery. 6V so u need heavy cables.

If Bendix this is what u will b looking for.
http://www.2040-parts.com/ss4r-starte ... -and-studebaker-i2112357/
Believe 8 and 12 r the same

Posted on: 2/8 8:45:53
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Re: Average cost of a paint job
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And the cost of paint just took a big jump.

Thank God i just got a big jump in my SS.

Posted on: 1/25 11:12:48
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Re: ELECTRIC FUEL PUMP
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Suggest a Momentary Switch. Its real easy to forget u turned the Elect on - Bowl Overflow - sometimes F I R E .

Posted on: 1/12 13:34:00
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Re: Cruising speed
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Better question here is:

HOW FAST WILL IT STOP

Posted on: 1/5 6:57:17
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Re: 34 Steering box play
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This is the stuff i use

https://www.restorationstuff.com/ecomm ... h=111_112&products_id=710

Think it helps or it might b wishfullthinking BUT it dosent leak as much as reg gear lub. so i guess thats good reason to use. U have to heat it up to get it to pour in. In summer i wrap in plastic bag under the sun.

Posted on: 12/13 15:17:40
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Re: 34 Steering box play
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If ur sure its in the BOX
-See i there is Back&Forth play in the output shaft/pitman arm (bushing ??)

-Something i always like to do is tighten up the Springs on the Drag link going past factory spec. Makes it a little harder steering but gives u better control. The roads in '34 were ROCK&ROLL so they need this spring shock absorber. AND i have ran into weak springs. Have the spec on them somewhere. Ill get back at ya.
Have also found broken spring

Posted on: 12/12 8:11:21
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Re: Need help on my 34 brake vacuum valve
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Re: 31 rebuild heating issues
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First thing id do is give her a Comp Test. That will give us a map to follow.

Posted on: 2019/11/27 6:37
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