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Re: Unknown part
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Gary Kulp
Its a wheel cyl. pin. They used 2 per wheel cylinder. I doubt it is from your car, if your brakes are working well. Probably a spare part.

Posted on: 5/29 13:45
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Re: 1953 clipper
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In overdrive you will get that sensation.

Posted on: 4/30 17:13
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Re: '37 6 Crankcase Breather tube?
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If you need the CYL. ventilator outlet tube,it is the same for all 120C,115C,1600 1,1A,1D,2, 1700 1,1A,2 1800 1,1A 1900 1,1A engines part no.333934 Superceded by 315430
Anyone selling a parts engine would probably sell you one or Kanters or Max Meritt or any of the parts venders.

Posted on: 4/12 12:42
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Re: WTB ORIGINAL 55-56 Parts Book in decent condition
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Gary Kulp
I have a 55-56 parts book I would sell you, but I will check issue date. You can call or write me.
Gary Kulp 3072 Blackberry Lane,Malvern,PA. 19355

Posted on: 3/27 20:44
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Re: 1951 Packard 300 idle problem
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The idle screws will only affect mixture at idle. Moving them out counterclockwise will richen the mixture.

Posted on: 2023/10/17 14:23
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Re: Various CL Pickings
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The 245 engines had larger valves than the original 1937 size engines.They use a different head gasket because the larger valve size. I have a running 245 engine and with a new spare head gasket for sale, if anyone is interested.

Posted on: 2023/7/30 18:44
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Re: The Production Packard
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Its a good book but but has a couple of mistakes. It states the top door metal garnish parts were chrome plated. They were not, but were wood grained, like the dash. As my car was purchased as a 20 year old used car,so I know how the original one's were.

Posted on: 2023/7/4 10:03
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Re: Front Stabilizer Bar
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Gary Kulp
As far as the ends of the sway bar,Ron Carpender in CaLif. used to rebuild the ends for some years. Though he might not be around anymore.

Posted on: 2023/6/14 22:25
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Re: Front Stabilizer Bar
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My buddy did this on his 37 120 and he said it was a very good improvement. I found one years ago at Hershey but you would have to get lucky to find one. Maybe you can have one made up. If you can find the part number,maybe Bruce Blevins would have the print for it. It is in section 4 page 18 of the 37 data book.

Posted on: 2023/6/13 14:48
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Re: 37 Packard 120 rear window question
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Gary Kulp
It looks like, the one which holds the wiring harness as it comes up from the left side for the instruments, that is bolted to the left side upper hinge bolt.
One of the three bolts, that hold the door hinge. Depending on size it could be the one one the left(drivers)side at the spot
Where the front body mounting bolt is,and used for again the wiring harness exit.

Posted on: 2023/6/8 10:01
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