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Re: 1946 voltage regulator
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What looks like a voltage regulator with 6 terminals is the relay for an R-9 overdrive.
The voltage regulator is a separate unit with 3 terminals.

Posted on: 2/23 14:37
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Re: 1951 Packard 2492
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Yes, I was there and would rate the 1983 meet as the best one ever.

Posted on: 2/21 13:50
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Re: 1951 Packard 2492
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And the car in the background is my 21st Series Clipper 6 from Alberta

Posted on: 2/20 23:58
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Re: Bumper Question???
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The bumper guards should be all chrome and the hex heads of the bolts red.

Posted on: 2/6 19:46
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Re: Heater core
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There are 7 screws in total that fasten the cover to the main housing, one on either side of the rectangular blower inlet, two on each side and one on top.

Posted on: 2/6 14:22
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Re: 55/56 body mounts/pads
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See if this works.

Attach file:


pdf 1956 Body Mounts.pdf Size: 614.94 KB; Hits: 20
pdf Frame Body Mounts.pdf Size: 209.07 KB; Hits: 16

Posted on: 1/25 23:36
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Re: Vacuum range for 245 Six
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Altitude above sea level will also affect the vacuum reading.
You can expect readings to be about 2 inches of vacuum lower in Princeton, BC at 2100 ft so 16 to 18 would be good.

Posted on: 1/22 21:03
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Re: Website
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Hi Kev,

My signature photo no longer appears and I notice that several others are the same.

Thanks for the tremendous effort involved in the transition to the new server.

Posted on: 1/15 0:31
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Re: 1937-41 WA-1 carb #477s on a six
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The factory conversion for the 477S just had a sheet metal "hat" held in place by a bracket from the base of the carburetor with a heat tube tied into the hat.
Flackmaster may have a good suggestion on how to configure the heat tube.
The small hole in the manifold carburetor mounting surface was for the original Chandler Groves carburetor and can now be ignored.

Posted on: 12/29 0:23
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Re: Fantastic Forties video
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Steve mentioned them as Checker Model A taxis and they are indeed strange looking.

Posted on: 12/26 0:48
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