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Re: Back to work on the 39
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Try HAGENS Auto Parts in Puyallup, WA. That's where I purchased my clutch and pressure plate. (253) 845-7020

Posted on: 2/2 21:05
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Re: Inner fender splash shields rubber replacement
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I had to cut the rivets cross wise to allow me to hand set them with a center punch and large drift punch, I do not have a press so this allowed me to get a good compression of the rivets.

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Posted on: 2/2 19:21
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Inner fender splash shields rubber replacement
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Continuation of my 37 115c work.
The inner splash cover bottom rubber edge was hard and basically disintegrated when we pulled the front clip.

Research found a cloth impregnated material from STEELE RUBBER and rivets from Tacoma screw.

I was able to do a fairly close replication of the edge and made a templet for the piece on 1" chart paper.

Attached are photos and information on the project.

Product info
From Steel Rubber products
Home>Restoration Parts>Hood, Cowl & Fender>Splash Apron / Dust Shields>Masticated rubber sheet
Masticated rubber sheet

Tubular rivets, See photo

Hope this helps on other restoration projects around the world.

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Posted on: 2/1 22:41
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Re: Hood Rubber Bumpers. 1939 Super 8 Deluxe
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THIS IS A GOOD QUESTION AS I'M GETTING READY TO NISTALL ON A 37 115C, Anyone have an answer ?

Posted on: 1/20 0:21
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Re: 1937 115C mechanical refresh
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Just a note,
Got involved in a house remodel in July so the project came too a halt. Hope tp get back at it mid October

Posted on: 2020/10/1 20:10
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Re: 1937 115C mechanical refresh
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Thanks, Been trying to load several other photos but can't get them orientated so here gos for some lopsided photos,
LOL

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Posted on: 2020/6/11 12:35
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Re: 1937 115C mechanical refresh
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Well, Been a while for an update

Its been busy working on various projects around the property and helping the son and daughter,

So ,,,,,
I have the bearing issue sorted out, the bypass oil filter installed, painted.

Last night My son came over and we installed the engine and transmission.

Its now time to hook up all the miscellaneous wires and connections,
Install the new U joints, adjust the brakes and add fluids, ETC.

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Posted on: 2020/6/11 11:20
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Re: 37 115 Gas tank sending unit
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Morning, This is what I found when I rebuilt mine.
This appears to be a repair from years ago.
The shellac appearance is probably from old fuel.
I used cork from the HOME DEPOT to replace these.

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Posted on: 2020/5/6 8:57
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Re: 37 115 Gas tank sending unit
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This is a picture of my 37 115c fuel sensor,
The primary issue was the contact had stuck on place and the spring could not push it to contact the wire resistor.

PM me and I'll send a series of Photos on how I shop repaired my unit.
LArry

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Posted on: 2020/5/5 0:10
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Re: 1937 115C mechanical refresh
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Bypass oil filter install on the 37 6 cyl.

Ebay purchase of the canister / mount for a 50's "Packard".

With several members input and photos I designed this mount and piping configuration.

I accessed the front port o n the oil gallery

While I had the timing chain covers removed I was able to run the feed pipe behind the backing plate, I used a piece of rubber tubing to protect the line from rubbing on the plate or block.

I decided to use the Oil filler pipe as the return point so if in the future the filter is removed than there was no hole in the block.

The inlet to the filter has a 1/16 reducer to reduce the possible loss of oil pressure.

ADMIN ; please rotate pictures, Thank Larry

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Posted on: 2020/5/2 22:09
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