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Re: Troy's 1928 5-26 309 Roadster
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Would this 526 be a covertible coupe instaed of a roadster?

Posted on: 2016/4/11 16:14
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Re: 21st series R9 overdrive kick down switch
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I finally got around to removing the mechanism, and only a slight adjustment was required to align the kick down switch plunger. However when all was reassembled, with the accelerator pedal fully depressed, it does not have enough travel to dis-engage the kick down plunger. We are only talking about a couple of millimetres.

Is any adjustment available on the throttle actuation mechanism available?

Posted on: 2015/11/15 20:40
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Re: More Packups
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Wow, I want one!

Posted on: 2015/9/7 1:20
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Re: Wade's Workshop
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At least no further harm was done and the source of the problem has been identifie (the timing case!!).

Onwards and upwards!

Posted on: 2015/9/1 16:23
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Re: 21st series R9 overdrive kick down switch
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Here is my current setup, looks all to be there, however I seem t have an alignment issue. The bracket looks bent on the RHS.

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Posted on: 2015/8/26 17:31
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Re: 21st series R9 overdrive kick down switch
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Thank you Howard, that is very helpful and I'll compare this weekend and I'll get a photo of my current set up.

My car doesn't have EC.

Thanks again.

Posted on: 2015/8/25 16:52
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21st series R9 overdrive kick down switch
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The R9 overdrive in my 2126 is functioning nicely, however the kick down is not. The switch is in place on the firewall, though the throttle mechanism seems to be either missing something or is not setup correctly to actuate the switch on kick down.

Is anyone able to share any photos of the throttle mechanism to actuate the kick down switch for a 21st Super?

Thanks

Posted on: 2015/8/24 23:31
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Re: Ken's 1937 120 Touring Sedan
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Congratulations as well, nice looking car, something about the 37's that i just like. So what is the fate / plans of the other 115?

Cheers

Posted on: 2015/8/4 16:31
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Re: Wade's Workshop
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Hi Mal,

GeoffC's 39 TJR is the same one I looked at a couple of years ago in Adelaide. The then owner has a wedding car business "Buicks of Adelaide". He also had a blue 39 110, which I think has been subsequently sold (Obviously going down market!).

Posted on: 2015/7/27 17:26
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Re: Found a Packard while on a drive.
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D'oh!

Posted on: 2015/6/15 17:34
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