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Re: ISO 1937 120-c transmission
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From memory, the weight is about 90 lbs, packed.
I have several good used transmissions, visually assessed from inside the top cover, indoor stored and full of old gear oil. These are robust units with enduring reputations. If you choose to disassemble and rebuild there really are only two bearings that are typically replaced, both commercially available.

Why don't I drop at a UPS or Fedex store and you can arrange packing and shipping at your desire?

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Re: ISO 1937 120-c transmission
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How many you want?
from Dallas, 75230.
Good donation to this website and you pay shipping.

Posted on: 11/23 19:41:18
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Re: Hub caps for 1939 Super 8 - need 2
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You are welcome to this one...will clean up reasonably well,(I did the one area seen in 5 min before my wife caught me with car parts in the sink)... only rash is near the ARD as can be seen. Paint the red and black and you are off to cruise nite...
Free, delivered, for any donation to this website.
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Posted on: 11/22 10:43:43
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Re: 1936 120 engine pan removal
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Negative Ken...on 35-36s there is a frame stiffener that is not on your 37.
As long as the center steering arm swings smoothly and has little to no vertical movement, leave it alone.

Posted on: 11/17 3:46:40
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Re: 1936 120 engine pan removal
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Hey Keith, welcome to Pinfo...thought you'd been here before? Anyway, yes, the center steering bearing job is one many owners avoid due to the PITA factor...yes, a modern sealed bearing is cheaply available, makes the job just that little bit less sour. I think the number is in Ken's blog, if not its in Henry Greene's or I have it somewhere.

DAF

Posted on: 11/16 17:09:53
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Re: 1940 120 Footswitches
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Photon torpedo.

Posted on: 11/16 6:02:22
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Re: 1941 mystery part??
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based on the fasteners, I'm thinking some sort of interior or trunk trim panel. Bottom/back of seat frame?

I've handled thousands of Packard parts over the last, umm...years, but this and one other part have me stumped. The other part I feel is a door hinge stiffener, I think i posted it a few years ago, nobody ID'd that either.

Posted on: 11/5 9:04:03
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1941 mystery part??
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This part was between the running board deletes recently found. Anybody recognize?

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Posted on: 11/5 4:45:13
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1941 1942 Runningboard deletes
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122/127" WB cars. Just came across a pair, NOS, Including the stainless trim strip.

Anyone here need before I list on ebait? Price negotiable...compare to the cost of having your runningboards redone.

DAF

Posted on: 10/30 16:46:29
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Re: Stromberg EE14 automatic choke
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Its not the typical choke you may be picturing on the carb. It is a thermostatic/heat coil choke that is installed at/into the top center of the exhaust manifold, then a small linkage up to the carburetor choke flap.

I can supply but be prepared for sticker shock.

Posted on: 10/30 16:23:11
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