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1929 Large 8 Carburetor
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Having finished the restoration of my 640 Phaeton, I have no need of my second carburetor. It is the early 1929 variant which is made by Detroit Lubricator, but badged as a Packard carburetor. It has been restored with new needle and seat and re-plated parts. Only part missing is the cap for the needle "tickler". Interested parties should contact me directly at hiway9999@hotmail.com.

Jim Wayman

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Posted on: 8/17 18:42
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Re: 1929 Battery Box Tube Nuts
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Thanks

Posted on: 7/10 18:02
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1929 Battery Box Tube Nuts
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Does anyone know a source for the slotted oval head tube nuts that secure the battery box cover to the battery box.

Posted on: 7/10 10:18
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Re: 1929 Packard Carburetor
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Thanks to all who replied. Now I remember where I saw it in the Owners Manual.

Posted on: 7/5 17:41
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1929 Packard Carburetor
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I seem to recall seeing an article on adjustment of the two springs in the air valve of the Packard carburetor. Doe anyone recall where I might find how to do the adjustment? This is the carburetor made by Detroit Lubricator, but badged Packard on the float chamber cover.

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Posted on: 7/3 12:28
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Re: oil filter
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I have a complete unused Burr-Ripley setup available for sale. You can contact me at hiway9999@hotmail and I will send you pictures, if interested.

Jim Wayman

Posted on: 4/28 8:11
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Re: Looking for pre-war 1928 1929 ring/pinion can anyone help me please.
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Which model Packard are you looking for the ring & pinion for? I have a very nice R & P for a 626/633 model. It is a 12/61 tooth, 5.08 ratio.

Posted on: 4/15 13:32
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1929 Packard 626/633 Differential
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1929 626/633 Differential. 12/61 tooth. 5.08 ratio. Can sell just the ring and pinion if desired to save weight in shipping. Will crate for free, buyer pays shipping. $200. Shipped from 92028.

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Posted on: 4/7 16:35
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Re: 1929 Open Car Side Curtain Escutcheons
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Thanks,
all these years and I never noticed there was such a forum.

Posted on: 4/7 16:30
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1929 Packard Open Car Side Curtain Escutcheons
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When I restored my 640 Phaeton, I made up some side curtain escutcheons and have some left over. They are $55 for a pair or $100 for 4 shipped in the US. Might also work for other open car series. Holes have not been cut so you can make sure they are in the right place for your application.

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Posted on: 4/7 16:29
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