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Trim Code 76
#31
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Pipesargent
Looking to see what Trim Code 76 was for a 1948 22nd Series. I unfortunately do not have the build sheet and would like to replace the carpet which is not original and eventually the west coverings.

Thanks!!

Posted on: 2021/11/17 21:58
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Solid State Voltage Regulator
#32
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Pipesargent
Looking for a MFR of a 6 volt solid-state voltage regulator. Tired of messing with the old solenoid type. Any recommendations?

Posted on: 2021/9/16 9:50
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OEM Exterior Sunvisor for 22nd Series
#33
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Pipesargent
Looking for a OEM Exterior Sunvisor for a 48 22nd Series. She had one at one point as the holes are in the Rain drip well. Would like to put back on.

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Posted on: 2021/8/13 20:59
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Re: Shudder
#34
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Pipesargent
Well it seems to have worked. I tightened the Snub Bar and the shudder seems to have dissipated. I will drive her for a while and check the tightness again. Thanks for help!

Posted on: 2021/5/27 12:02
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Re: Shudder
#35
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Pipesargent
I have to agree with you…. I just use it to go to car shows and ice cream or a short cruise not driving across country with it so I might just let sleeping dogs lie. Thanks again for the advise.

Posted on: 2021/5/26 9:54
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Re: Shudder
#36
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Pipesargent
Just uploaded my cars info into the registry.

Posted on: 2021/5/26 9:52
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Re: Shudder
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Pipesargent
Again thanks for the pics and info! I will check in the condition of the mounts. According to the Shop Manual and Shop Updates changing the clutch is the last resort after checking all other options and by the sound of it I am leaning towards the mounts being old and or loose.

Posted on: 2021/5/25 12:03
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Re: Shudder
#38
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Pipesargent
This is great info! I actually saw the snubber bar last night when inspecting the motor mounts. I did give it a tighten a bit only like a 1/4 turn as it seems pretty tight. I will be looking for the transmissions mounts to the frame tonight but having a hard time locating. Thanks again!!

Posted on: 2021/5/25 11:09
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Shudder
#39
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Pipesargent
I have a 48 22nd Series 288 engine that when I am in first gear and begin to release the clutch and if I put any pressure on the gas peddle the engine will shudder until the clutch is fully engaged. This does not happen when I go to second or third. I pretty much have to let the engine idle speed start the car in motion as I release the clutch. Now I have checked the free play and that is accurate according to the service manual and I have tried checking the engine mounts as best as I could and mount to trans bolts are tight but haven’t tried the bolts to frame yet. Any suggestions…. I am hoping I don’t have to pull the clutch as it is not slipping or giving any other issues other then from dead stop to go.

Posted on: 2021/5/25 9:10
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