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Re: High speed rear end setup
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An expert had to learn how to do it. Find instruction and some tools and go after it. Thats what i did with a set of DEVERCO gears back in 1980. First set i ever did and the 34 is still rolling down the road to fast.

Posted on: 6/22 18:24
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20s-30s TRUNNION
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Anyone tried locking up the leaf spring TRUNNION ????
Wondering if u get more stability in steering and braking.

Posted on: 4/11 9:02
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KELLOGG
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1913 model 38 PACKARD
-Model No. of KELLOGG Air Comp ?
-Literature stating if was std. or option.

Posted on: 4/4 8:23
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Re: Source for Packard 12 Start Relays?
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And their as scarce as hen's teeth so get it fixed.

Posted on: 3/5 10:18
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Re: Spark plug wires, Packard 440 or Packard 330 or?
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This STEELDUCTOR is what was use on 30s Packards. Maybe 42.
https://www.ebay.com/itm/NOS-Auto-Lite ... ad-Hud-Pack-/351654953613

Posted on: 3/2 17:38
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Re: newby
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Posted on: 2/23 15:50
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Re: Packard boat tail
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We hear so many stories of a Sedan chassis being made into a Speedster
and
here we have a story of a Speedster made into a Sedan
NEVER SAY NEVER

Wonder if something happened with the Speedster body that made it unwanted
FIRE - WRECK - ???? and thus the Sedan body.
Will never know.

Posted on: 2/13 11:02
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Re: Fuel pump priming
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Posted on: 2/2 8:24
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Re: Electric fuel pump vs original mechanical fuel pump
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EVERYONE HAS OPINION
-Factory pumps worked or they would have installed an Electric as some Mfg did.
-Anything u install on the Fuel Line is going to b giving u restrictions. Do these restriction assist or create VaporLock??? Just me - but i think they do. Sooooooooo installing one to over ride a VL might b the reason u have VL. Never been able to prove it BUT i think these Elec Pumps do. The MechPump just dont have a hell of a lot of Inches of Vacuum.
-The 2 reasons everyone install them is for over riding the VL and Priming. I keep a can of Starting Flued after a long down time. After a few shots ur up and running.
-Suggest if u do install an EP u use a Momentary Switch. With others u forget their ON and then real trouble starts.

Just sold my '34 1100 which i had since 1969. Between around town, VMCCA and CCCA im guessing i put 30,000+ on her. In all that time i only had one hint of a VL. Passed many with ElectPumps.
MAKES U WONDER!!!!

Posted on: 1/27 10:54
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Re: Under Hood Color
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If ur asking about the Horns - Semi Gloss BLACK

UNDER HOOD COLOR a diff subject.

Posted on: 12/30 17:35
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