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Re: Speedometer tips?
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Maybe start a blog.

Titled .packard fixes .

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Re: Clipper Brake shoes
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Seems to me a dodge truck shoe fits clipper

Either 1960 or up to 1966.

Posted on: 9/11 10:35:32
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Re: A arm
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Shocks

Monroe

Kyb

Husky I got from Gerry. Psw. It's a steering damper. Non gas. Think he said it came off a Packard.

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Posted on: 9/7 20:25:51
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Re: A arm
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Anyone have the specs on shocks?

Extended and down?. Front and back.

Posted on: 8/15 23:24:19
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Re: A arm
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Thanks h.

I'll look..

Posted on: 8/15 23:22:26
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Re: A arm
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Yap
Those.

That's all that is given they have the torque for A arm bushings.

But nothing for rear axle.

Posted on: 8/15 10:54:06
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Re: A arm
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The torque specs. For rear axle. Only give general torque. Like you said.

Right now I'm over 125lbs. Rubber is still good.

Posted on: 8/14 21:21:48
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Re: A arm
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Thanks h.

I watched it. Most of it. Yes he talks about car level.

But still nothing on torque. For rear axle.

Mine I could still tighten at 120 ft lbs.

So I tighten them up till they were tight.but I could of went more. But didn't want to snap the U bolt.

Haven't drove the car yet to see if that helped .

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Re: Cannot open door
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The tabs on rod. Fit in door handle. Lock into those holes.

If they are broke. That whole rod moves.

one tab was missing on carribean.

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Posted on: 8/11 20:56:33
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Re: Cannot open door
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I think it's the key lock. Somewhere I have a picture.

56 carribean had a problem like this

Had to push lock barrel way in to trip the door rod.

There was a part broken. So it would not hold spring.

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