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Trunk 1928 -1934
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Hi All

Where can i get a key ?

I have picked up this trunk and its a "K" trunk so im guessing 1928 to 1934 ?

It has the MIautoLOCK locking buckles on it. I have see one place that the keys are all the same cut/code for most all the year the

The MIautoLOCK was made by the Milwaukee stamping co.

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Posted on: 7/31 23:03:18
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Re: 37 115 running board mats
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Thanks Duncan

Now does anyone have a pic of them ( web site has no pic )

Posted on: 7/11 21:44:38
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37 115 running board mats
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ok where do i get them and who makes good ones ...

I have found this guy on ebag

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Packard-115-S ... 244dbe:g:EZMAAMXQySpRKUZD

But he doesnt say who makes them ... i just trying not to buy bad mats with Flat back side..

Any input would be helpful

Posted on: 7/11 16:21:15
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Re: 37 115 Gas tank sending unit
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ok gas gauge fixed ... sender was good .. cork float was sunk..

So i found this ... and stole the float and Bam ! working gas gauge ... its not the best fit .. but it worked after some fussing around ..

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Posted on: 6/9 15:09:56
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Re: 1937 wheel cylinders
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ok ready to put in all new parts ... but i dont have a socket that fits the hub/axle nut ... what size is it..

its bigger than 1 1/16 i know ..

Thanks
David

Posted on: 5/31 23:47:12
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Re: 1937 wheel cylinders
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thank you Mr Flack

Posted on: 5/14 23:32:25
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Re: 1937 wheel cylinders
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I called Kanter today and they do not have listing for a rear break rebuild kit ..

so now i guess to get me back on the road for the time ..
Does anyone know what the modern part number is for the rear rubber line is ?

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Re: 1937 wheel cylinders
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Thanks James

Posted on: 5/13 10:47:50
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Re: 37 115 Gas tank sending unit
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pepepackard

Are you you getting the PM i sending to you ?

my sent box doesnt show them

Thanks

Posted on: 5/11 12:18:27
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Re: Testing the fuel gauge
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Hi HH56 and Joe ..

HH56
well i cut the wire and the gauge reads more than full..

I now know its a good gauge ..

This is why i asked .. i was changing the diff oil last week and the wire when i touched it fell apart so i striped it back and reconnected it .. but never thought to get out from under the car and turn the key to see if the gauge moved ..

The gauge never has read more that just that bit. Even when i put a $20 in the tank ..

JOE ..
not a stupid ? I often do the same thing to my friends when they tell me about a problem.. I tend to be the " I believe you but i have to see for myself " kinda of guy and that sometime make people mad ..

The car is a daily driver and driving around with out a working gas gauge is getting old

Thank you both

Posted on: 5/11 12:06:24
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