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Re: Dust cap Pre War
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Weldingwilly13
1940 120 4 Door

Posted on: 2021/12/4 10:28
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Dust cap Pre War
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Anyone know where to get front hub dust caps. Believe it is 2.125 id. Looked everywhere cant seem to find anything that size. Thanks

Posted on: 2021/12/2 19:42
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Re: 1940 120 help
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Thank you. That makes sense now. Got wheels all done and powder coated. New whitewalls mounted.

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Posted on: 9/28 20:04
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1940 120 help
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Getting ready to powder coat my wheels. After blasting noticed the metal is pretty thin around valve stem hole. Thought about welding and adding a little material. Anyone have any ideas what to do or suggestions? Also need help with the cover around the clutch and brake pedal. Need help with which way the rubber grommets are put in. Thank you all.

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Posted on: 9/9 19:56
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Re: Rear Axle shims
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That was my last resort. Hoped someone had a stash of them. Thanks

Posted on: 7/11 9:59
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Rear Axle shims
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Anyone know where to get axle shims. Need to get correct end play and don't have enough. Have a 1940 120. Thank you

Posted on: 7/9 20:49
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1940 120 Rear axle parts help
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Looking for help with part numbers for Pinion bearing speedi sleeve also looking for shim pack and u joints. Having trouble finding any part numbers. Prefer local parts places if possible. Thanks

Posted on: 7/5 19:28
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Re: 1940 120 Banjo wheel horn button
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So on the back of the horn button there are supposed to be tabs that clip into the metal tabs on retainer ring. My button is repro and missing those tabs.

Posted on: 1/15 17:20
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Re: 1935-41 Packard, Jr. Series, parts for sale
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What do you have for a 40 120. Need fender lamps, rear fenders, trunk lid, misc interior parts.

Posted on: 1/14 22:01
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1940 120 Banjo wheel horn button
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Weldingwilly13
Looking for help with putting horn back together. Need help on how horn button is put in. Is it supposed to have tabs on back? Does anyone have pics of assy. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks

Posted on: 1/14 21:41
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