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Re: head gasket torque on 3-25 Twin Six
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CHRYSLER invented the torque wrench in the late 20s so this is would be the reason u cant find any spec for ur T6. Suggest u assume ur working with a Grade 2 Bolt/Stud and torque to the recommend torque per size.
https://www.alkydigger.net/category/torque-specs-for-bolts-always-with-lube.html

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Re: Dynamo wiring
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Re: Elect Fuel Pump
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Know what Model AIRTEX u installed

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todd landis wrote:
I also have a 1939 12, and have had no issues with the small airtex pumping through. Usually a flow regulator is not needed for the 12 models as I understand they have heavier duty needle and seats. As suggested check all screens and lines.

Posted on: 2023/11/20 9:46
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Re: Elect Fuel Pump
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Todd
Know what AIRTEX model u have
E8902
E8011

I also have a 1939 12, and have had no issues with the small airtex pumping through. Usually a flow regulator is not needed for the 12 models as I understand they have heavier duty needle and seats. As suggested check all screens and lines.

Posted on: 2023/11/20 9:32
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Elect Fuel Pump
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Just installed and AIRTEX E8902 (2.5-4.5 PSI) inline elect pump for priming in a '39 - '12'.
It will not push fuel through the factory diaphragm pump.
Anyone else ran into this?
Wondering if i upgrade to an E8011 (5-8 PSI) it would push through
BUT then would the press. at the carb. override the Needle&Seat.

Factory pump reads at 3.5 PSI at starter motor RPM with good flow. Fills the bowl from empty to the 9/16 within 15-20 seconds

Posted on: 2023/11/19 10:14
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Re: horn button removal
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Go to
https://packardinfo.com/xoops/html/downloads/1933-1936PartsList.pdf
Page 166

Horn But, Light Lever, Throttle Lever
all an assy to a shaft/rod that goes thru the str column. U have to break the shaft loose from all at lower end and pull assy out/up then go from there. NOT a 10 min job.

Posted on: 2023/11/13 18:27
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Re: Electric Fuel Pump
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VANE inline


https://thirdgenauto.com/product/6-volt-electric-inline-fuel-pump-low-pressure-4-5-lbs/


AIRTEX 6 Volt
E8011 5-8 PSI
E8902 2.5-4.5 PSI
PSI per AIRTEX App Ref Chart
https://p15-d24.com/uploads/monthly_2021_12/1488355206_Airtexlist.jpg.fdc986e1403154fa26382b6262c682e9.jpg

Posted on: 2023/11/5 19:37
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Re: Overdrive options of 840
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Re: Brass Plate
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Posted on: 2023/8/26 10:28
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Re: Vintage Packards on the Street Thread...
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Thats some kind of women riding in the rumble seat

BigKev wrote:
This was sent to me by a guy on a Jaguar forum I am part of.

This is his father's car which was bought in 1945/46 when his father left the Navy. Lousiville, KY. It ended up in a junkyard about ten years later due to misadventure.

As pointed out by Flackmaster, something to note is the correct flap of material over the top of the windshield that all replacement tops are missing.[/quote]

Posted on: 2023/8/18 11:43
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