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Serrated Trippe Light Wrench
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Hi all,

If you are looking for a serrated Trippe light wrench for use with Gulmite fasteners, they are now available.  Please follow the link below:

https://whiteglovecollection.com/shop/serrated-trippe-light-wrench/

Thank you,
Crin

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Senior Trippe Light Lens Retainer Ring with Pins - White Glove Collection
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Here's the latest product from the White Glove Collection.
This is a Trippe light lens retainer ring with pinch pins (not sure that's the right term so please correct me as needed). The rings are made of spring steel, the pins are machined steel and they are all triple chrome plated. Click here for more info.

$54.99 each

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Posted on: 7/8 11:17:21
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NEW - Senior Trippe Lights - made to order
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Hi all,

Just wanted to spread the word that if you're in the market for a set of Senior Trippe lights, I can make you a set to order.

All components are new and manufactured based on original designs.

The headlight bucket, reflectors and bezel are made of spun steel on original bucks. All the aforementioned components are then triple chrome plated. A new glass lens is made from an original press-mold. The light bucket base is cast in brass and triple chrome plated. The mounting bases are cast in aluminum and can be powder coated or painted. Stainless steel rivets hold the base to the headlight bucket to complete the original look.

They come with the etched Trippe light bulbs in your choice of 6 or 12 Volts and with any of the Trippe badges that we manufacture.

You can see more pictures here:
https://whiteglovecollection.com/shop/senior-trippe-lights-all-new/

Thank you,
Crin

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Posted on: 6/23 13:08:11
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1936 STD 8 Water Pump Pulley
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Hi all,

I was wondering if anyone has a water pump pulley for sale for my 1936 STD 8. Mine fell apart as you can see from the pictures. Feel free to call me at 618-304-0907 if you have one to sell.

Thank you,
Crin

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Posted on: 6/21 16:21:03
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Re: 1936 STD 8, Coil Question
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Just wanted to thank you all for the help. She fired right up and runs strong. A little tweaking of the timing and I'll be ready to drive.

Posted on: 6/14 15:41:30
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Re: 1936 STD 8, Coil Question
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Hi,

I haven't but I have two distributors. One has the original points setup and the other has the Pertronix setup. I also did not modify the breaker plate of either distributor so if I run into trouble I can go back to my points. I actually reproduce a one piece breaker plate for this 662T distributor simply because I couldn't get myself to damage an original breaker plate. You can see it by clicking here.

I will give it a shot and carry the spare distributor with me just in case the Pertronix gives me trouble.

Thank you again for the help,
Crin

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Re: 1936 STD 8, Coil Question
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Right, I had that part but which one is considered positive and which one is negative? The reason I ask is because I've converted the distributor to a Pertronix electronic ignition module and I don't know where to run the wires. I have attached the wiring diagram and unfortunately the coil shown has both terminals on top. Please see picture.

I think the positive terminal is the one that used to go to the points which are grounded (hence positive ground) and the connection on the bottom of the coil is the negative one - that's the one that goes to the ignition switch.

That's what I think but I wanted to run it by the forum to see if I'm right.

I'm also confused by the fact that the wire coming off the bottom of the coil goes to the ignition switch so according to the wiring diagram I should be able to connect both of the wires from the ignition module to the bottom of the coil. I hate wires ... lol ... help...

Thanks!
Crin

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Posted on: 6/14 11:21:28
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662T Distributor Breaker Plate Replacement for Electronic Ignitions
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Hi All,

I wanted to let everyone know that I now reproduce the breaker plate for the 662T distributor. I wanted to update the dual points to a Pertronix electronic ignition module. In order to do that, I would have had to remove (permanently) the movable portion of the original breaker plate. I just didn't have the heart to do that so I decided to make a replacement.

You can see the result by clicking here.

I can also reproduce them for other distributors. All I would need are the dimensions of the original breaker plate.

-Crin

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1936 STD 8, Coil Question
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Hi All,

It's been a while... I was curious if anyone could please tell me which end is the positive end on this coil? Please see the pictures. This is a 6V positive ground car and coil.

Thank you in advance,
Crin

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Re: Woodlite and Guide Super Ray Lenses - NOW IN STOCK - LIMITED QUANTITIES
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Thank you for pointing that out. I edited the original post to indicate that they are glass.

Thanks,
Crin

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