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1924 Serie 1 Waterpump
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2016/10/28 4:26
From Hemmingen, Germany
Posts: 58
Here the way I rebuild the Waterpump for my 1924 Sport Phaeton. Some nice guy glued all pieces with 2 compound glue tougether and fixed it with Silicon into the engine block.
For rebuild the shaft I used the repair kit from the Ford Model A. The shaft has exact the same diameter as the packard shaft and he is long enough to bring him on the right size. The impellerends are silver soldered to fill up the missing material. Missing parts for housing are reuild and weldet on place and cut out bei a mill.

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Posted on: 12/11 10:36:35
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Re: 1924 Serie 1 Waterpump
Home away from home
2013/5/7 13:42
From Scottsdale, Arizona, United States
Posts: 554
Very nice work. Your Packard will appreciate it. Ernie in Arizona

Posted on: 12/11 15:44:10
Caretaker of the 1949-288 Deluxe Touring Sedan
'Miss Prudence' and the 1931 Model A Ford Tudor 'Miss Princess'
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Re: 1924 Serie 1 Waterpump
Home away from home
2008/2/24 23:05
From Australia - Sydney
Posts: 423
Great work Carl, I faced all of those issues in the past and I wish I had found your solution for the universal joints

Posted on: 12/12 0:34:12
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