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Re: 1940 1808
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For now will just use what is already there, the washers don't seem to be beat up, just lightly scored since they have already been used. Got the measurements, and will try to track down a few extras. id 7/16, od 11/16, .030 thick. Thanks

Posted on: 6/20 14:47:04
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Re: 1940 1808
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The ones I have are a bit thick. You say NAPA carries the washers? Think Max should include them? Thanks

Posted on: 6/20 10:40:48
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Re: 1940 1808
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Just went to the Reybestos page, and they show copper washers with their hoses?

Posted on: 6/20 9:38:35
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1940 1808
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Just doing the three rubber brake lines in my 1940, and took off the first hose and there is a copper washer between the wheel cylinder and face of the hose fitting. The new hoses from Merritt did not come with the copper washers. Is one needed? Or go without? So many years ago cannot remember if this is something I added many years ago?

Thanks

Posted on: 6/20 9:28:25
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Re: Motor Oil
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Thank you, will do.

Posted on: 5/31 19:09:33
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Re: Motor Oil
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Thanks, have A NAPA just a few minutes from my house.

Posted on: 5/31 17:42:38
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Been away for a bit. Now have time to be back. Couple years ago purchased several cans of Shell x100 30 w. Seemed to be the good set up then for classic cars, had zinc? Went to purchase more, and they seem to have disappeared? So if they are gone, what is being used now? Thanks

Posted on: 5/31 13:03:30
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Re: steering shimmie on 1929
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Try this:
https://www.steelerubber.com/restoration-parts

Also looks like you have a modern shock absorber attached? Get the original shock rebuilt and you should not need?

Posted on: 2019/6/10 17:50
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Re: 51-53 2 door sedan wanted
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Are you looking for a fixer, or one that is ready to go?
Thanks Todd

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Re: 51-53 2 door sedan wanted
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If you get to Las Vegas, have a 1952 Mayfair.

Posted on: 2019/4/9 23:17
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