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Re: How do you get the crank hole cover off?
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The Packard lug wrench has the proper hex to take off the cover.

Posted on: 12/13 17:02
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Re: 1929 Carburetor
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Daytona only does carbs back to 1932. The Carburetor Shop seems to be out of business. Their phone is disconnected.

Posted on: 12/13 14:11
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1929 Carburetor
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Does anyone know if The Carburetor Shop in Eldon Missouri is still in business? I have called the phone number on their website, but it is no longer in service

Posted on: 12/9 17:56
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Re: Floor Board Air Fitting
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I am familiar with the air pump that was attached to the transmission. It came with an air hose and chuck. The fitting in question has an air chuck fitting on the top side, which leads one to believe that the air was filled from inside the car and then went to something under the floorboard.

Posted on: 2021/11/4 16:48
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Re: 1931 Shock Links
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I had the 4 shocks for my 640 rebuilt by Apple. They seemed to do a good job overall, but I found that the reservoirs had a lot of grunge still in them when I got them back.

Posted on: 2021/11/1 15:20
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Floor Board Air Fitting
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Can anyone identify the floor board fitting pictured here? One side has an angled flare fitting and the other side had a fitting for an air chuck. What model/series car?

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Posted on: 2021/11/1 15:14
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Re: 640 Battery
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Thanks for the suggestions. I have a 6V battery I have been using to troubleshoot the electrical system(new restoration) and can't get the starter to turn over. I have had it checked out and have been told it is good. I seems that it should be pretty simple as it is a straight shot from the battery to the starter switch and then the starter. Took the switch apart and cleaned it (again), so that is not the problem.

Posted on: 2021/9/19 17:23
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640 Battery
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Anyone have a recommendation for a battery for a 640 Packard?

Posted on: 2021/9/18 15:56
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Re: 31 headlight connector
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Are you after the socket or the plug (the plug being the plastic part that the wires fasten to)

Posted on: 2021/9/5 11:10
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Re: 31 headlight connector
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If they don't work, I have some of the connectors if they are the same size as used on 1929 taillights.

Posted on: 2021/8/18 19:48
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