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Re: Rough gear change on ultramatic
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Check your rear axle bushings. If the axle is loose it effects to gear change.

Posted on: 3/6 13:52
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Re: 1955 transmission problem
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Hello mikko

Kari N├Ątkin can fix twinultramatic in finland.

Can you tell more about the broblem? If the gearbox works correct in D position, then the broblem is in gear motor.

Im also in finland. I have 56 executive.

Posted on: 3/6 13:48
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Re: 56 lower A arm bushings
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What part number is that bush?
I thought that upper bushes dont fit in lower arm?

Posted on: 3/2 7:59
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Re: RIk
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if the axle is moving, you can get the bush out with crowbar.

Posted on: 2/14 7:15
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Re: White -56 Executive
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Quote:

64avanti wrote:
Those core plugs must have been a serious challenge to do while still under the hood? I shudder to think.
The small number of exhaust manifolds that I have handled seemed to be pretty high grade cast iron, surprised to see your looking so rough...
I had one on ebay for more than a year, it was perfect. Finally knocked it down to like $29 to get rid of it.Don't let someone bone ya like $100...


It can be done. I removed lower control arm, steering idle arm and exhaust manifold/pipe.

I paid almost 100$ but in here(europe) its cheap.

Posted on: 1/20 0:26
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Re: White -56 Executive
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I changed the freeze plugs today. old ones were pretty bad shape.

part type: Dorma 555-036

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Posted on: 1/17 6:52
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Re: Power brake broblem
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We dont get answer for that question ever.

Posted on: 1/1 14:25
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Re: Power brake broblem
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I turned spring/seal/metalpart set other way around.

This picture shows correct assembly.

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Posted on: 12/29 5:07
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Re: White -56 Executive
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I removed right side manifold to change gaskets but it is also broken.

Is this common issue with these engines?

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Posted on: 12/28 0:39
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Re: Lower control arm
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Would anyone have dimensions of the lower control arm bush?

Posted on: 2021/8/20 4:06
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